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Negative data continues to point to difficulties in the land of eateries.
A series of earnings reports show the consumer is out there, spending.
With Netflix, Domino's, apps and lots of other options, why leave the house?
Market players don't seem overly anxious to chase things higher.
Netflix dominates the market while investors appear confident in banks.
On Tuesday, October 18, Goldman Sachs (GS) and Yahoo! (YHOO) release quarterly results.
Domino's Pizza reports quarterly results on Tuesday before the opening bell.
The pizza king is an interesting spot as it prepares to deliver 3Q results Tuesday.
Investors will get a slew of earnings reports from major companies and a host of Federal Reserve speakers during the week of Oct. 17.
Papa John's is re-entering the pan pizza game after a failed attempt several years ago.
The time to look at Yum as a restaurant company instead of an investment vehicle is fast approaching.
Strength in the dining sector only appears to be rising as people return to their busy lives and a quick bite to eat with the passage of summer.
He'd be well advised to take the other side of an Ackman trade (again).
New York gets its first Domino's 'DXP' delivery concept car.
Biotech, restaurants and retail have been left for dead but are showing signs of life today.
T-Mobile is rewarding its customers by giving them each a share in the company's stock.
Enjoy their food but realize that present-day valuations may be hard to swallow on any bad news.
Domino's failed to deliver the right amount of wages to hundreds of its workers, according to Eric Schneiderman, the Attorney General of New York.
After nearly a week of pressure, Wall Street was ready to bounce back on Tuesday.
Was the company's quarter really as bad as the reaction made it seem?
It's hard to see how it can move higher with the current valuation.
Crude prices were also falling following the BOJ's decision to keep its monetary policy unchanged.