The company looks strong for the long run, but there might be stock bumps along the way.
Apple and Google are turning their attention to cars. Should Sirius XM investors be worried?
With new initiatives in place to right McDonald's U.S. ship, disappointing earnings numbers were softened by optimistic views from company executives. Is this turnaround on track?
Surveys suggest there is significant interest in an iWatch -- but not so much if it's expensive. Here's why investors should take these polls with a grain of salt.
Anheuser-Busch InBev's plans to cash in on the FIFA World Cup were four years in the making, and the brewer was all over the event as it drew the eyes of sports fans around the world. Now that the games are over, the real test begins.
A possible push could add subscribers to the satellite radio service, but also make two important ways investors have to measure the company's progress irrelevant -- at least in the short term. The company likes the trade-off.
With U.S. same-store sales continuing to fall, McDonald's is turning to the products that made it America's favorite fast-food restaurant. Given the success of companies like Chipotle and Starbucks in the fast-casual arena, can the Big Mac return McDonald's to U.S. growth?
Sirius XM sales benefited from the uptick in new-car sales coming out of the recession. Now, many of those satellite-radio-equipped cars are for sale again -- this time on the used lot. Can this help to drive a new wave of subscriptions?
Things are getting competitive in the growing category of American whiskey. Brown-Forman looks like it's well positioned to continue outpacing its biggest rivals, including Diageo.
McDonald's struggles continue in the U.S. Word that Starbucks plans to start making burgers isn't good news for the Golden Arches.
With a growing number of subscribers willing to pay higher monthly rates, Sirius XM has cash to burn. But it's how it plans to use that cash that matters to investors.
Diageo, the world's largest spirits maker, has big plans for American whiskey in the U.S. And why not, with bourbon and Tennessee whiskey at peak popularity. Will this $115M investment prove money well spent, or will drinkers' tastes shift, making it a blunder?
The PicoBrew Zymatic gives beer lovers the ability to make the brew of their choice in their kitchens simply, cheaply, with little preparation or cleanup, and have it on tap in a week's time. Does this new countertop device have the potential to disrupt the beer industry?
With subscriber growth tied to the auto industry, it's important for investors to keep their eye on how much revenue Sirius XM can generate from its existing customers.
Craft Brew Alliance's 20% sales growth in the first quarter finally looked to put the West Coast brewer on an even plane with the overall craft market. Is this finally the start of the company's much-promised growth story? Things aren't as simple as they might first appear.
Traditional fast-food rivals Burger King and Wendy's may be stealing away McDonald's customers with revamped menus, but it's companies like Starbucks and Dunkin' Brands that may be the bigger long-term worry.
Whole Foods is taking a beating as competition in natural and organic foods heats up. Can the company that helped drive the interest in this space over the past three-plus decades make the transition it needs to make? Or will Whole Foods become the victim of its own success?
Corona has been a winner for Constellation brands in the U.S. Can Craft Brew Alliance take a page from Corona's sun-and-sand marketing and turn its Kona label into a long-term winner?
McDonald's is rolling out new kitchen equipment that will allow for many more ingredients and a "build your own burger" approach. The plans seem to take a page from Chipotle's successful playbook. Is it enough for McDonald's to return to growth?
Howard Stern is not the only draw for Sirius XM subscribers, but he is the best example of how the company's original content has helped it build a moat to keep out music-streaming competitors.