Coupons.com was a darling on the day of its IPO earlier this year, but things haven't gone well since, and it's Thursday's Chart of the Day.
Some companies can't catch a break, and right now, that appears to be the case for Whole Foods Markets.
Trulia's public debut, in 2012, was capped off by a big run throughout a bull market and a $3.
In the wake of a spate of school shootings, the stock in gun makers like Sturm, Ruger & Co. took off, perhaps surprising some.
Tuesday will be a big day for a number of companies, with drugmakers Merck and Pfizer expected to report.
2014 started strong for McDonald's, but the U.S. fast food titan has seen shares falter on back to back earnings disappointments.
The Dollar Tree strikes a deal to buy Family Dollar, creating a union of discount retailers with a presence throughout North America and sales of more than $18 billion annually.
Trulia has been a pretty hot property since its IPO in 2012, gaining more than 130 percent on public markets.
Amazon shares are down after a disappointing quarter for Jeff Bezos, and Visa posted a big beat, leading its shares up as we head into the open today.
On a massive earnings day, Ford topped estimates on the earnings side, but disappointed on its revenue.