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After recent struggles and declining comparable-store sales, investors are hopeful a buyout could bring a premium price tag.
These two stocks offer juicy 4%-plus dividend yields but also long-term potential.
News swirled Monday of Michael Kors purchasing Versace for a price tag of more than $2 billion.
Attributes that were pillars of strength during and after the recession seem to be lacking amid Ford's current weakness.
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NIO, known as China's Tesla, was dragged lower after reports that more White House tariffs on Chinese goods are likely.
Bed Bath & Beyond shares are down 6% Thursday and have shed 75% of their value over the past five years as a business turnaround seems increasingly difficult.
The FDA's announcement that teen usage of e-cigarettes has reached frightening levels has traditional tobacco companies surging Wednesday.
Recent investments to expand its store count and improve pricing strategies fueled Casey's to a strong fiscal 2019 first quarter.
Ford's management team has always said its dividend could be maintained during downturns. Here are two reasons that support that stance.
The value retailer topped revenue, earnings, and same-store sales estimates.
Topping analysts' estimates on the top and bottom lines during the second quarter wasn't enough to satisfy investors.
The apparel retailer missed on revenue estimates, but the strength of its bottom-line beat and fiscal 2019 guidance sent shares 14% higher Thursday.
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Today's 21% stock price pop was welcomed by investors, but the company still faces growth questions over the long haul.
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The retailer beat Wall Street estimates on the top and bottom lines, but comparable-store sales disappointed.
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Strong same-store results powered second-quarter results above analysts' estimates.