Sales Trends Are Stabilizing at Kohl's
After a weak start to the year, the retailer began to bounce back in late June.
This REIT Stock Is a Screaming Buy Right Now
Retail industry turmoil has caused investors to underestimate the likelihood of an impending turnaround at PREIT.
Earnings Preview: Any Signs of Life at Nordstrom?
Shares of the fashion retail giant have fallen out of style over the past year, but investors may be underestimating Nordstrom's long-term earnings potential.
Dillard's Stock Shakes Off a Dreadful Earnings Report
Dillard's Q2 earnings report was far worse than that of Macy's, but Dillard's stock has held up relatively well -- so far.
Did TJX and Ross Stores Avoid the Retail Turmoil Last Quarter?
Many retailers have been struggling recently, but the two largest off-price retail companies probably bucked the trend during the second quarter.
Earnings Preview: Is Kohl's Getting Back on Track?
The No. 2 U.S. department store chain got off to a weak start in 2019, but the first of several key sales growth initiatives began to kick in last month.
Southwest Airlines Will Resume Hawaii Expansion in 2020
The low-fare carrier will launch several new mainland-Hawaii routes and interisland routes next January, including the addition to its route map of two new destinations in Hawaii.
Wide-Body Jet Orders Jump at Airbus and Boeing in July
The downturn in orders at Airbus and Boeing this year hasn't affected the pricey wide-body jets that they're most desperate to sell.
The U.S. Rig Count Is Falling -- Here's Why Oil Production Keeps Rising Anyway
Nimble shale drillers like Apache are cutting back on drilling activity due to low crude oil prices -- but they are completing previously drilled wells at a record pace.
GE Stock Plunges 11% on Fraud Allegations
A new report claims that GE stock is doomed and that accounting fraud will land the industrial conglomerate in bankruptcy court. Yet the allegations contain more innuendo than substance.
Sales Plunge at J.C. Penney, but Profitability Starts to Improve
J.C. Penney's second-quarter earnings report was far from perfect, but an improvement in adjusted EBITDA should give management some breathing room to implement a turnaround strategy.
Embraer Shows Modest Signs of Progress in Q2
The Brazilian aerospace company posted another quarterly loss, but it is seeing strong demand for its new Praetor-series executive jets, and it recently bagged its first export order for the KC-390 multimission military jet.
Profit Plunges at Macy's on Inventory Challenges
Merchandise planning missteps and a sudden drop in international tourist traffic destroyed the No. 1 department store operator's profitability last quarter.
Alaska Airlines Isn't Worried About the Boeing 737 MAX
Alaska Airlines hasn't yet received its first Boeing 737 MAX, but management seems eager to make Boeing's troubled jet a major part of the carrier's fleet in the years ahead.
Hawaiian Airlines Continues Expanding With Vegas-Maui Flights
The Hawaii-based carrier's new Airbus A321neos are allowing it to enter markets that it couldn't serve profitably with widebody jets.
Delta Retools Its Regional Network -- and More Changes Are Coming
The airline giant will reduce the number of regional airlines operating Delta Connection flights from five to three by this time next year.
GE Stock Bears Are Grasping at Straws
General Electric still has a long way to go to complete its turnaround. But bearish analysts are ignoring a lot of positive data points to maintain their negative outlooks for GE stock.
Don't Buy Dillard's Stock Just for the Real Estate
Dillard's owns a lot of real estate -- but that won't keep its stock afloat if the retailer's profitability continues to deteriorate.
Costco Posts Solid Sales in July -- but It May Not Be Good Enough
The retail giant continues to grow faster than its competitors, but not enough to justify Costco stock's sky-high valuation.
Mesa Air Group Stock Crashes 32% on Operational Problems
A spike in reliability problems came at the worst possible moment for the regional airline.