The big screen operator has had a great year at the box office in the United States. Now the company is looking to build even more giant 3D screens in China to capitalize on that country's growing appetite for Hollywood blockbusters.
Even though the struggling apparel retailer reported another loss and big sales drop, investors seem to be relieved that Abercrombie & Fitch's results weren't as bad as some feared.
The handbag wars are hurting Michael Kors. Same-store sales fell and the outlook is not good. Shares are languishing on Wall Street's discount rack.
Amusement park stocks Cedar Fair and Six Flags are having a great year thanks to strong attendance. The theme park businesses of Disney and Comcast are thriving too.
The electronics retailer's results beat forecasts. Strong smartphone sales were a big plus for Best Buy. Thanks, Apple and Samsung!
Walmart's wage hike for employees hurt profits. The pay increase is great for workers. But Wall Street frowned. It didn't help that sales were disappointing either.
Avon shares popped on a report of a buyout bid from a private equity firm. Problem? The offer turned out to be a hoax. But it just shows that the struggling Avon's only hope is to get acquired.
Bored traders are gossiping about Apple and BlackBerry merger rumors and other takeover chatter in Big Tech. The deals may never happen. But it shows the market wants Apple, Cisco, Microsoft and Google to put their cash to work.
The food is delicious. But Shake Shack shares look ridiculously overvalued. The stock has been on a wild ride since its IPO.