Can the tech giant get rid of its value moniker and start growing again?
Shares of Theravance traded higher by 15% on Monday after news of yet another partnership with Elan. While this massive deal satisfies the need for immediate gratification in Theravance shareholders, the key question remains of who got the better end of the deal?
Vivus investors cheered a partnership suggestion, but the company will soon face Belviq's launch.
The PC is decline. Here is how a few companies are reacting.
Are Crocs, Deckers and Skechers still considered "fad stocks"? And if so, which two stocks should investors avoid, and which one should they buy?
Accumulating large positions in a company has its advantages. These companies are feeling the brunt of these investors' actions.
Stock index futures indicate that the Dow Jones and S&P 500 may open lower this morning, on a quiet day for economic reports and earnings releases.
Berkshire is set up as a continuous compounding cash machine.
Market-trouncing returns could be written in this 5-Star.
Just about everything Samsung does is a "next big thing," in more ways than one. The South Korean juggernaut just unveiled a new wireless technology that may fit the bill.
The video streaming business is booming and a new player may be considering jumping into the game.
The company keeps its dividend in line with the preceding 2013 payouts.
The company posts pronounced gains on both top and bottom lines.
The top line grows, but net comes in at less than half of Q1 2012's result.
The software giant was steadily growing its app availability, but growth has slowed in recent months. Microsoft has the high-profile names, but those apps aren't what truly matter to platform innovation.
Are you getting overconfident in your Bank of America investment?
The company matches its previous payout.
The blue chips ended down slightly today as investors digested news that the Fed's stimulus program could soon come to an end.
PC makers should probably take some blame, too.