Why does Dollar General think what's not exactly working for Dollar Tree will work for them?
WeWork and other beleaguered 2019 IPOs cleared the way for what’s happening to Postmates today.
Cash in your portfolio, whatever happened to Chesapeake, and some unfortunate retail industry updates.
How Black Friday has changed in the past few years, and what that means for retailers and shoppers.
This most recent quarterly report continues the trend of uninspiring performance, especially compared to competitors.
It's not game over, but Stadia's launch was remarkably underwhelming, and that could be bad in the long term.
Lowe’s is closing a swath of stores that isn’t working out, especially in Canada.
Buybacks and dividends aren’t saving a failing retail business, and Kohl’s needs a better plan.
It's time to move on from T-Mobile, but John Legere isn't out of the management game yet.
A quick boots-on-the-ground look at Australia’s market and economy these days.
The long-awaited service had more hiccups than expected, but that doesn't mean its future is dull.
This quarter was OK, but the competition has been doing a lot better than OK for years.
Black Friday has nothing on Singles Day, and Alibaba's sales growth this year was astounding.
Report after report shows a struggling company that just doesn’t know what to do next.
The quarterly reports of CVS, Capri, and Papa John’s all had some interesting subtexts for savvy investors.
If you like the “revenue more than doubling” line, smile. If you’re waiting for profits, that’s a different story.
You may know it better by its prior name, Michael Kors.
It’s been a while since its same-store sales numbers did this.
The quarterly report wasn’t perfect, but you could be forgiven for wondering what made it 20% haircut bad.
“But our top-line growth is amazing" is not the convincing argument it was for investors just a few months ago.