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Medallion Financial's dramatic decline could be a great contrarian investment in the future of transportation.
Potbelly's stock keeps plunging, but why?
While neither of these companies are pizza powerhouses, recent investments by each show neither Buffalo Wild Wings nor Chipotle Mexican Grill want to miss their piece of the pie.
Emirates Airlines, Adidas, Nike, Coca-Cola, Visa, and McDonalds were big investors in this year's World Cup. Which company made out the best?
The Chinese e-commerce giant ups it share price to $56. But is this too high a price for investors to pay?
The home-goods retailer is taking on some debt to buy back shares, which is unusual for this otherwise conservative company. Is this a sign that investors should jump into Bed Bath & Beyond today?
The No. 2 and 3 U.S. tobacco companies are merging in a $27.4 billion deal. What should investors do about it right now?
Does the coffee giant's move into handcrafted soda have the potential to shake things up?
Macau's casino revenue has taken a hit -- which is why investors are pouncing.
The Container Store didn't have a great day on the market today, but does that mean shareholders should abandon ship?
With many changes and challenges facing Groupon, can the company's uptick in sales help boost the falling stock?
The Coca-Cola Company is looking to its new stevia-and-sugar-sweetened soda, Life, to reanimate its beverage sales.
SodaStream is facing stiff competition from The Coca-Cola Company; can it hold on to its crown as king of Fizzy Drink Mountain?
What do big orders for big planes and a Congressional decision have to do with Boeing?
Darden's Red Lobster sale leaves Olive Garden as its most profitable business, but it's struggling. What can the company do to turn things around?
Finding the gold behind the numbers in The Container Store's recent 10-K report.
Can the WWE's stock rebound as its new on-demand network grows?