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Here is my compilation of last night's profit reports. 24 beats: W&T Offshore (WTI) Oasis Petroleum (OAS) Marathon Oil (MRO) Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTSH) Disney (DIS) Electronic Arts (EA) Regency Centers ...
Earnings season continues next week, with investors paying close attention to reports from Disney and Groupon.
Debra Borchardt, Laurie Kulikowski and Lindsey Bell take on the fast casual dining experience. It's so successful that fast food is trying to go upscale.
Is fish the new chicken? It is during Lent at McDonald's and Wendy's. Debra Borchardt, Laurie Kulikowski and Lindsey Bell look at the trend of fast food chains and fish as the restaurants target Roman Catholics.
Wendy's management has failed to deliver in any meaningful way over the past dozen years.
Consumers with less spending money will feel the pinch of higher prices as restaurant stocks are squeezed on profits.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including McDonald's same store sales miss in October which was the first decline in the metric since 2003.
You may like the food at Wendy's, but there is little reason to buy these shares over, say, McDonald's.
These out-of-favor stocks could well act as coiled springs that will ultimately soar higher.
Yum! Brands finds the sweet spot for U.S. customers as sales rise for Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Kentucky fried Chicken.
Prices for corn and soybeans could soar even higher on further weather trouble.
Markets finished mixed on low volume as tired traders wait for the Fed to shake things up or Labor Day to arrive.
Carrols and Fiesta are likely to continue to offer their investors tasty rewards.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, tells McDonald's traders (once again) to play the stumble.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, tells McDonald's traders to play the stumble.
Low rates have lowered consumers' debt expenditures, and the savings are helping the economy.
Enterprise value to owned location can give you an idea of how the market values a name based solely on real estate.
Forget Zagat. Here's the Heller family guide to chain restaurants based on dividend yield.