The Nordstrom Turnaround Begins Now
The opening of a flagship store in Manhattan and the broad rollout of its new "local market" strategy could drive a return to rapid earnings growth.
Southwest Airlines Reports Record Earnings Despite 737 MAX Headwinds
The cost of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding continues to add up, but Southwest Airlines posted another solid profit increase in the most recent quarter.
Spirit Airlines Earnings: Not Good, but Better Than Feared
Despite operational miscues and softening demand causing its profits to fall last quarter, Spirit Airlines had expected worse results.
Chipotle Stock Plunges 5% Despite Stellar Results: Is It Time to Buy?
Chipotle posted another quarter of double-digit comp sales growth and massive EPS growth last quarter -- but it wasn't enough to keep its stock's huge rally alive.
Boeing's Earnings Go From Bad to Ugly
Boeing's cash burn accelerated last quarter due to the ongoing grounding of the 737 MAX.
Hawaiian Holdings Is Holding Up Well Despite Headwinds
Southwest Airlines' growth in Hawaii is hurting Hawaiian Airlines, but not as much as some investors had feared.
Hudson's Bay Will Go Private After All
A handful of top shareholders are buying the storied multinational retail giant, after aggressive turnaround efforts failed to boost Hudson's Bay's stock price.
JetBlue Earnings Soar Again, but Revenue Challenges Return
Earnings growth will slow in Q4 after two quarters of stellar gains, but the airline remains on track to reach its ambitious 2020 EPS guidance.
Disney's Winning Streak Ends As "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" Flops
Focusing on proven franchises has led to enormous box-office success for Disney, but it's not a foolproof strategy.
Boeing's 737 MAX Woes Escalate After New Revelations
The Boeing 737 MAX's official recertification test flight could take place in just a few weeks -- but explosive new revelations of a deficient safety culture at Boeing could lead to yet another delay.
JetBlue and Norwegian Team Up in the Transatlantic Market
The two budget carriers are cooperating to bring low fares to transatlantic markets that Norwegian can't serve on its own.
Embraer Needs Another Q4 Delivery Surge to Meet Its 2019 Targets
The regional jet maker's commercial aircraft deliveries declined in the first nine months of 2019.
Is the UAW Strike at GM Almost Over?
The UAW has reached a tentative agreement with General Motors for a new four-year contract, but ratification can't be taken for granted.
A Boeing 767-X Would Be a Huge Boon to General Electric
GE's ultra-efficient GEnx aircraft engine may have just found a new application.
Netflix Is Still on Shaky Ground After Q3 Earnings Beat
Netflix's profit skyrocketed last quarter due to moderate growth in content and marketing costs, but the company may never produce as much free cash flow as bulls expect.
Bed Bath & Beyond's New CEO May Not Be Able to Fix the Struggling Retailer
New CEO Mark Tritton may be able to improve Bed Bath & Beyond's product assortment -- but that probably won't be enough to spur a Target-like rejuvenation for the struggling home-goods chain.
Barneys New York May Live On at Saks Fifth Avenue
The luxury retail icon may survive its August bankruptcy filing, but perhaps only as a department within Saks Fifth Avenue stores.
United Airlines Reports Another Excellent Quarter -- but Momentum Is Slowing
The airline giant's adjusted earnings per share soared by more than 30% for the fifth consecutive quarter, but its Q4 forecast implies that earnings growth will slow dramatically -- and possibly even stall out.
American Airlines Lifts Its Q3 Forecast
The airline is on track to report earnings in the upper half of its previous guidance range for the third quarter, but it remains an industry laggard.
1 Ultra-High-Yield REIT Keeps Transforming Its Portfolio
After a long period of construction, PREIT's anchor replacement projects are finally starting to pay off.