For this company, the climb back from Great Recession lows has been a marathon, and it hasn't crossed the finish line yet.
News & Analysis: Garmin
The company beat expectations for third-quarter sales while raising its 2019 outlook.
First-quarter results were good but investors are anxious about the rest of 2019.
The GPS tech leader ended 2018 on a high note.
Sales and profits improved despite weak results from a few of the company's product categories.
Weak demand for navigation devices was more than offset by growth in other areas.
A new focus on fitness and outdoor products has led to a big turnaround in Garmin's shares.
The wearable device maker popped on a surprisingly strong second-quarter earnings report.
Despite plunging demand for car GPS devices, Garmin managed an overall strong holiday quarter.
Garmin just crushed expectations for Q4. Here are the numbers.
Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?