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The cosmetics chain is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
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The warehouse club is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
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The home-improvement chain is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
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Bargain hunters willing to roam the racks put the off-price retailer in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
This traditional department store is spending big money to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
The electronics chain is in a good position to stand up to the world's largest online retailer.
The solid dividend yield appeases shareholders as the company continues to reinvent itself
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The head of Berkshire Hathaway usually avoids technology shares, but Apple and IBM are exceptions.
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The Oracle of Omaha wants the Chinese to sing in perfect harmony with his favorite sipping beverage. Time to buy Coke stock? When isn't it?
With strong Q1 gains under investor belts, now comes earnings season and a flurry of economic news. Whither tax reform?
Yes, there's a hint of fustiness to the Dow 30. But the industrials actually do a good job of tracking the market, and might do better in down times.
Whirlpool, Lands' End, and Seritage Growth all might suffer collateral damage.
Its shares are clear for takeoff this year, as are those of other major airlines that have survived a shakeout.
The demise of an attempt to eliminate and replace the Affordable Care Act is good news for hospital operators.
Sears Holdings, struggling to stay in business, is one of three retail chains we warned investors about in January.
Freaking out about the market? Here's what you can do right now to ease your anxiety.
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As a bondholder, owner of insurance companies and a big investor in banks, Berkshire Hathaway profits from rising interest rates in a number of ways.
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