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Denny's and Wendy's are downsizing real estate ownership, leaning toward more franchises. Other restaurant chains may join the party.
Avocado production in California is likely to fall dramatically this year, but Chipotle won't be doing away with guacamole.
Answer: Not much, except for a holding company.
Green energy debate, like global warming turmoil, is far from settled despite Washington rhetoric.
When you dissect the results it's still a long way back for the struggling retailer, no matter what some investors are seeing.
The company reported a loss for its first results after buying OfficeMax. But with its strong balance sheet, Office Depot has hope.
The easy money has been made. Still, there are some intriguing possibilities.
The retailer still has a high P/E. But it has dropped enough to be on this value investor's radar screen.
Here's why this obscure company may be worth a look.
Despite the stock's run-up, it is still compelling from a value perspective.