Hawaiian Holdings will begin paying a quarterly dividend of $0.12 per share this quarter.
Greater-than-expected cost increases are pressuring Delta's profitability in 2017. Here's how the company plans to get profit growing again in 2018.
Bombardier is giving up a majority stake in its flagship CSeries aircraft program to Airbus -- and it's not even getting paid for its trouble.
Netflix continued to post impressive subscriber growth last quarter -- and profitability is finally turning a corner in the international market.
American Airlines and United Continental increased their third-quarter margin forecasts last week, but both carriers are still producing fairly weak financial results.
Southwest Airlines will begin selling tickets for flights to Hawaii next year.
A variety of revenue and cost headwinds caused Delta to miss its third-quarter earnings guidance, but the company still produced very respectable results.
Launch sales for the iPhone 8 appear to be underwhelming compared to other recent iPhone releases -- and that's OK.
General Motors stock has been hitting new multiyear highs recently, but there's still plenty of upside for long-term investors.
FedEx is working hard to recover from the cyberattack that devastated its earnings last quarter.
Even though Dreamliner order activity has been lackluster in recent years, Boeing plans to increase production of the 787 family in 2019.
Spirit Airlines' earnings power has eroded further during 2017. Yet while the company faces a bumpy road right now, it still has strong prospects for long-term earnings growth.
Nordstrom has finally completed its full-line expansion in Canada, which should help the company's Canadian operations turn profitable in the near future.
Southwest Airlines could start flying to Hawaii by mid-2018. But investors have overreacted by dumping Hawaiian Holdings stock.
United Continental now plans to use the Airbus A350-900 as its primary replacement for the Boeing 777-200ER.
FedEx is struggling to regain its earnings momentum after a cyberattack created chaos at its TNT Express subsidiary last quarter.
After years of being dubbed “death traps” for investors, the airlines industry is having something of a renaissance. We discuss which of the big four U.S. national carriers is the better buy for investors today.
The multinational department-store company's losses are getting worse, and Hudson's Bay's management seems unwilling to make the bold changes that may be necessary.
A key pillar of United Continental's $4.8 billion profit improvement plan may be a lot less effective than expected.
Macy's and Sears Holdings are both closing numerous stores and selling lots of real estate. However, Macy's is routinely profitable -- unlike Sears.