The free-burrito campaign continues. This time Chipotle looks to revive its catering business.
Assuming a worst-case scenario, Chipotle's stock could still fall by upwards of 40%.
The social media giant looks to increase engagement with three new product innovations.
This software maker is looking to capitalize on a large and growing market.
Disney investors need CEO Bob Iger to stem the bleeding of cord-cutters and navigate the new media landscape.
Oracle's cloud business grew 66% and Ellison is shooting for $10 billion in total revenue. However, will it translate to positive results for investors?
With a huge selection of brand-name merchandise at bargain prices, these three retailers appear to have a business model Amazon won't be able to replicate.
Management turmoil and competition are causing this social-media giant to #underachieve.
With a large portion of its compensation tied to equity awards, will Workday follow in the footsteps of LinkedIn?
A 20% drop in the share price from 2015 highs may present investors with a buying opportunity.
Food, beer, and video games have proven to be a recipe for success for this small but growing chain.
Before buying shares of this fast-growing sports apparel upstart, what do investors need to consider?
Do these stocks give parents an opportunity to make money on toys and clothing?
Many big-name technology stocks are becoming very attractive for dividend seekers.
Curry's playoff performance has been jaw-dropping, but his mark on Under Armour may end up being even more impressive.
The tech bellwether is distributing more of its earnings to shareholders. Can it last?
Shares are down over 20% a month after its strong first-quarter earnings call. Is the market providing a gift?
After a bumpy transition year, Zillow's investment in Trulia is beginning to pay off.
Investors seeking yield may want to steer clear of this luxury retailer.
Increased efficiency and positive comps growth gives BJ's Restaurant investors something to cheer about.