These three metrics reveal the strength of the tech services organization's business model.
The pizza chain is experiencing a sudden rejuvenation, but investors should exercise a bit of caution going forward.
The hotel brand franchisor has an antidote for disappointing unit revenue.
Dividend investors should pay attention to this very familiar name.
The company will join other decades-old apparel brands that have recently transitioned to the public markets.
This brand powerhouse forecasts a strong year -- but the coronavirus epidemic could upend its financial targets.
Few big multinationals offer this level of income, safety, and growth.
The technology stalwart is one of the latest major names to ditch the world's premier mobile innovation gathering.
The company is building on the momentum in its digital subscription business.
The widely-followed hedge fund tweaks its holdings following a successful run.
The Japanese tech giant may fall well short of its stated goal for a new venture fund.
The viral outbreak has introduced a great amount of uncertainty even as Toyota revises its full-year net income target.
The beverage and quick-service chain has provided admirable shareholder returns as of late.
The cereal and snacks conglomerate presented a surprisingly soft earnings picture to shareholders on Thursday.
Management prepared investors for a potentially significant hit to current-year earnings.
The adjustment isn't likely to inspire confidence among potential investors.
In a continuation of a trend, investors exhibited a muted reaction to the company's most recent quarterly filing.
The beverage manufacturer's revenue in the fourth quarter easily outpaced its prior-year-period results.
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The way a company deals with its headwinds can make all the difference in share price.