The beauty giant closed out fiscal 2019 with palpable momentum while forecasting a vigorous year ahead.
The IT solutions provider sees growth accelerating in the last two quarters of the year.
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Both railroad giants reported earnings last month, but their share-price trends since then have been markedly different.
Management discussed innovation, Kontoor's supply chain, and a strategy to deal with import tariffs in the jeans maker's first earnings conference call.
The owner of the Chili's and Maggiano's restaurant chains is managing to expand earnings in the rapidly evolving fast-casual restaurant sector.
With a lucrative tax season in the rearview mirror, execution is a priority as the company rounds out its fiscal year.
The Chinese coffee chain is racing to expand its network as it prioritizes market share above profits.
Sales proved a slight disappointment, but the company managed to chalk up net earnings growth during the last three months.
The leasing specialist continues to see strong demand from its airline customers in 2019.
The Latin American quick-service operator is starting to see sustained results from profit-improvement initiatives.
Despite both external and internal headwinds, the company is maximizing its revenue yield in 2019.
The beverage conglomerate enjoyed vibrant sales despite middling reported numbers.
The Coca-Cola bottler has unlocked value in its business through productivity enhancements over the last few years. Investors are starting to take notice.
The newspaper's second quarter was marked by a drop in profitability, and management warned that a key revenue stream will decelerate in the second half of the year.
The lodging portfolio specialist also maintained momentum in midscale and upscale property development during the quarter.
Strength in the exchange operator's advanced trading and hedging products bodes well for the second half of the year.
During a recent earnings call, executives discussed ATM expansion in electronic funds processing, digital growth in the epay segment, and a new headwind in money transfer services.
Bottom-line charges for optimizing business operations will decrease sharply in fiscal 2020.
The company saw positive momentum in unit and property expansion, but management also curbed full-year earnings expectations due to development issues in one of its portfolio brands.