At some point it won't be just the cars that matter.
Noodles & Co., Potbelly and Papa Murphy's were all well-established before going public and so far, all three are causing investors to grab the Tums.
If Michael Kors is focused on the longterm, not on quarter-to-quarter returns for investors, then it needs to stop giving quarterly guidance.
Twitter showed its willing to talk about its non-active users, the lurkers rather than the tweeters, and how to get everyone involved.
A lot of things are the same, but don't try to predict when the bubble might burst
Herbalife surprised investors not with lower-than-expected profit but with revenue, an ominous sign of a slowing growing.
Bill Ackman's presentation failed to impress investors, but it probably should have, as Ackman raised several important points.
If the 25% rise in Herbalife's stock proves nothing else, it's that the market hates 'anticappointment,' as one friend puts it, referring to Ackman's highly promoted multi-hour presentation.
Allergan is in a tight spot: It had better hope, if it's successful fighting off Valeant, that its stock price doesn't tumble -- and in a year has rebounded!
Michael Kors challenged Herb Greenberg's observation regarding the company's upcoming earnings report and analysts' recent negative action.