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Are Nike's problems in China company specific or indicative of a Chinese economic slowdown? If the latter, several companies could soon suffer Nike's fate.
The first new diet pill in 13 years spells hope for millions of obese people. And more diet pill approvals by the FDA are on the horizon.
This energy pipeline MLP is insulated from volatile energy prices and offers a generous yield.
The bakery and restaurant chain's efforts at doing good for society may end up harming shareholders.
Two consumer fashion stocks have fallen hard this year and both look like good long-term investments. But using Internet stock comparison tools, one stock looks slightly better.
Memories of the 2008 short squeeze that briefly propelled Volkswagen's market cap above Exxon Mobil's led Ari in search of other stocks that might offer similar upside.
The home-furnishings superstore is facing stiff competition from the Internet, causing its stock to fall 17% in a single day.
Investors are suspicious of companies brought public by private equity firms. Academic research says such fears are misplaced. Still, Jim wouldn't buy Burger King.
Financial stocks have suffered thanks to investor biases. Intrepid investors who take advantage of these irrational biases can profit, according to one mutual fund manager.
Stocks of companies that report earnings based substantially on non-cash accruals underperform the stocks of companies that report earnings based mostly on cash.