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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.
If the stock gets some technical support here, it could be your way in.
I'll chart some restaurant names that are off their highs but that show promise. Restaurant stocks are on fire lately. Luby's (LUB), Jack In The Box (JACK), Cracker Barrel (CBRL), Brinker International (EAT) and Papa John's (PZZA) are all trading ne...
The S&P 500 nears the same level it was at one year ago, and I enter an Argentine farming name.
Let's look at several top-performers from this important gauge of consumer spending.
Next week will be another busy week for corporate earnings reports, including those from big blue-chip stocks and web-based companies.
Aggressive traders can make money on the short side, but beware of overstaying a market that swings rapidly.
The negativity surrounding Darden is also taking down a few of the sector's best performers.
Two of today's big movers, Buffalo Wild Wings and Cracker Barrel, are beginning to show signs of a pending upside breakout
After the market's breakdown, we're far oversold. Let the market make the first move before you act.