It doesn't matter what kind of credit card customers use. Costco continues to post stellar sales and profits. And it's one of Wall Street's favorite retailers.
It's been a good week for banking giant Citigroup, but the bank could be in big trouble if it does not pass the Fed's stress tests.
Best Buy reported strong results during the holidays. It can thank Apple for healthy smartphone sales. Wall Street approves.
February was a great month for the HACK ETF thanks to the Anthem breach, a cybersecurity summit and strong earnings.
Netflix shares are up more than 40% this year and fans are eager for the return of Frank Underwood and House of Cards. But does Netflix need more hits to justify its price?
Whole Foods is on the comeback trail. Its sales and stock price are rebounding as the organic food chain responds to cheaper organic competition.
Comcast is despised by many customers. But despite bad PR, the NBC/Brian Williams distraction and uncertainty about a Time Warner Cable deal, the stock is near its all-time high.
J.C. Penney and Sears are two struggling retail icons. But it's probably a stretch to suggest that the two will follow RadioShack into bankruptcy just yet.
Big multinational firms are complaining about the surging greenback. But well-known companies like Comcast, Kohl's and Under Armour generate nearly all their sales from the U.S. and won't have a currency problem.