Jana Partners has essentially put the underperforming PetSmart on the block. Could another one of Jana's holdings be a potential suitor?
Now that it's shedding underperforming assets and focused on driving profitability, can Nestle win investors over once again?
While carbonated soft-drink volume has been falling, sales of salty snacks in the U.S. have never looked better.
With shares down about 6% since November, should investors consider this a buying opportunity or take it as a sign to stay away?
With shares up 26% year to date, Kroger shares seem to have more room to run. Maybe Whole Foods should take a page out of Kroger's playbook.
As long as founder Chip Wilson is on the board, will Lululemon make any progress toward a turnaround?
This once reliable investment has been underperforming its peers and the market for the past year. Could shareholder activism be in its future?
Consumption trends are strong but the hits just keep on coming for Annie's. What's an investor to do?
Xerox just got dealt a blow regarding a lucrative government health-care contract. What will this mean for the company's performance going forward and its role in public-sector health care?
Even though Wal-Mart's customers are dissatisfied, are they staying away?
Dollar General didn't disappoint in its latest quarter. But is the market settling for good enough?
Amazon is looking more like a department store retailer these days. Macy's is taking notice.
Sports apparel is a wildly popular category among kids to adults. But is there growth ahead?
Wal-Mart has everything to gain and GameStop has everything to lose. Customer loyalty may be GameStop's ace in the hole.
Mattel crosses the border to enter the construction toy market. Was acquiring MEGA Brands always the plan, or is it Mattel's Plan B?
In the wake of its acquisition of Harris Teeter, Kroger just acquired YOU Technology. What's this grocer's strategy?
Silicon Valley wasn't always the hotbed for VC investment that it is today. Now the Midwest is vying for that same funding.
Green Mountain is growing up. And it wants Keurig to take the spotlight.
Food services and uniform company Aramark recently debuted on the NYSE, but will its debt load prevent it from attaining its true growth potential?
Young families prefer traditional sit-down dinners to dining out. What does this mean for the restaurant industry, which sees slow growth ahead?