Anheuser-Busch and Pepsi seem to benefiting from Super Bowl ad chatter. And investors are betting a lot of fans will watch the game at Buffalo Wild Wings.
Yahoo is surging on the news it is spinning off its Alibaba stake. But the Chinese e-commerce giant looks great on its own. It is expected to post strong sales and earnings growth.
Sales and earnings continue to fall at McDonald's. Can a new menu and ad campaign help or is this company McDoomed?
Smartphone makers BlackBerry and Samsung have denied reports of merger talks. But Wall Street is still betting on a Samsung takeover of BlackBerry.
Shares of big health care companies have soared since the Affordable Care Act went into effect. UnitedHealth is at a record high following solid earnings.
Delta got a lift from cheaper fuel prices and it looks like there could be clear skies ahead for it and its rivals throughout 2015.
Goldman Sachs did better than other big banks. But that's faint praise. Wall Street was still not impressed.
Target never was able to hit the bull's-eye in the Great White North. It wouldn't have made money in Canada until at least 2021. Wall Street loves the decision to exit the market.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has often said the stock may be ahead of itself. Wall Street is starting to agree. Fears about lower oil prices and more competition are taking their toll.