Rising food and labor costs and struggling consumers don't bode well for richly valued restaurant stocks.
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If the former Microsoft CEO is willing to pay $2 billion for the Clippers, how much is MSG -- owner of the league's most valuable franchise -- worth?
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The company is quietly shedding its dinosaur newspaper image and rewarding shareholders along the way.
The father of value investing's investment theories still pack a punch.
One reason: The company doesn't make money. What would be a fair value?