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It's easy to forget what a miraculous ride it's been. Here's a quick refresher.
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It's an earnings swing and a miss -- with falling guidance besides.
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Optimism about the second half of 2018 could buoy the falling stock.
Though it has the largest social messaging app in the Middle Kingdom, it will be tough to duplicate that success in other countries.
Suddenly the destroyer of retail is the one everyone wants to join with.
The turnaround is upon us.
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This Fool is a fan of Qualcomm's decision to scoop up a large portion of its own shares.
The $8.8 billion deal to buy out all outstanding shares in its subsidiaries marks a pivotal moment for shareholders.
These companies cover all the bases of the online shopping experience.
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While spring weather and a competitive pricing environment didn't help, the discount retailer produced solid gains.
There's more than one way to ensure growth, and owning substantial stakes in other companies might do the trick.
J.C. Penney stock has plunged nearly 20% since the company released a worse-than-expected first-quarter earnings report. However, investors may be underestimating the retailer's longer-term prospects.
While IBM offers an impressive yield, you can get a better payout from a retail landlord, a natural gas transporter, and a shoe retailer.
Despite jaw-dropping returns, virtual currencies are rife with risk.
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If you think the company's global customer base is big now...just you wait.
Though GE is showing positive signs broadly, the conglomerate's near-term future depends on its ability to stabilize one key part of its operations.