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Rising prices, tight paychecks and mismatched job opportunities continue to hound the consumer.
Domino’s Pizza was founded in 1960, and has over 10,000 locations globally dishing out hot pizza and specialty chicken to hungry patrons from lightening quick ovens.
A wait-and-see day is a good time to dig deeper into some stocks.
The 2014 MLB season will usher in the official rollout of Apple's iBeacon technology to 20 of 30 MLB ballparks.
Companies that repurchase stock at sky-high valuations do shareholders a disservice.
The short-term outlook is not compelling for restaurant companies or their shares.
Papa John's CEO John Schnatter details the company's relationship with the NFL and why shares of PZZA are up 70% over the past year.
Futures are pointing to a slightly lower open as investors await results from AOL, Tesla, DirecTV, Papa Johns and Michael Kors.
Earnings season continues next week, with investors paying close attention to reports from Disney and Groupon.
It's the battle of cheap pizzas this Super Bowl. Who wins? Domino's or Papa John's?
Debra Borchardt of TheStreet.com looks at the changes that come with Obamacare taking effect.
TheStreet hits the street at Papa John's where Brian Sozzi and Debra Borchardt question whether the company will be hurt by the health care mandate or whether it's just calling in sick.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Stocks fall again as Cisco's earnings prove no match for worries about Middle East unrest, the fiscal cliff and weak retail sales data.
With all that is percolating under the surface, here's a guide to your daily blind date with the market.
Among restaurants, shares of these two names may be particularly vulnerable here.