Fast-casual burrito chain Chipotle proved once again that it is in a league of its own when it comes to restaurant stocks. Here's what Wall Street was saying on Tuesday.
Chipotle shares surged 9% in after-hours trading after the restaurant chain said profit rose 25% despite an increase in menu prices.
While traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers try to step up their game to compete with online retail giant Amazon, some of them are doing a good job.
Every traditional retailer fears Amazon, but some companies are pushing back against the e-commerce giant with 'omnichannel' strategies and doing a fine job at it; others need work.
Chipotle is raising prices. Is it a big deal for customers? Investors will get the first inkling of the burrito chain's price initiative when it reports second-quarter earnings on Monday.
The big question many will be asking as Chipotle gets ready to report results is whether the fast-casual chain's decision to raise prices kept customers away?
Michael Kors' shares fell sharply on Tuesday to a level not seen since February -- as analysts voiced concerns over the fashion accessory retailer's profitability going forward.
Lululemon Athletica was rising 2.1% to $42.29 after The Wall Street Journal reported that founder Dennis "Chip" Wilson was talking to PE firms about taking the yoga apparel maker private.
Some of the best performing retail stocks this year have embarked on a reboot strategy significantly in some way.
American Apparel's ousted CEO Dov Charney's disclosure Tuesday that he now owns a 43% stake could mean the next step for the company is the courthouse, according to an expert.