Best Investments for 2015
Restaurants and Hotels
Restaurant underperformed as a group in 2014. But with consumers saving more money at the gas pump due to lower oil prices restaurants should perform better in 2015.
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Whole Foods co-CEO Walter Robb has one message for the likes of Target, Walmart, and Kroger: Bring it on.
Reams of stocks make sense on a pullback. And what looks bad? Anything even remotely connected to oil and gas.
TheStreet takes a look back at the worst flops in the fast food industry for 2014, as McDonald’s, Burger King and Starbucks were all taught a hard lesson.
Retail stocks have picked up traction in late 2014 as lower prices at the pump put more money in consumers’ pockets, says TheStreet's Stephanie Link.
The fast food giant pulled back the curtain on a popular menu item, but it has to do much more in 2015 to stem steep sales declines.
The trading panel discussed falling oil prices and how that will affect oil companies and airlines.
Plunging crude oil prices and a selloff in energy stocks are weighing on benchmark indices again on Monday, limiting potential gains spurred by a rally among pharmaceuticals.
Stocks trade flat as a rally in pharmaceuticals trumps a selloff in oil-related companies and plunging crude prices.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the services sector higher today.
In a return the company hopes will be a triumphant nostalgia coup, baby-boomer advertising icon Ronald McDonald is making TV commercials again for U.S. audiences.
While McDonald's and Burger King continue to deal with mixed performance in the U.S., Sonic is thriving. Brian Sozzi talks with Sonic CEO J. Clifford Hudson.
Burger King and McDonald's better watch their backs, a new generation of franchises are being built. Brian Sozzi explains.
Sales at Applebee's and IHOP continue to be stronger than the broader restaurant industry. Brian Sozzi talks with DineEquity Chairman and CEO Julia Stewart.
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