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  1. Amazon Answers Critics in Fourth Quarter

    The retail giant's results point to longer-term margin potential, but the profitability expansion will be slow and uneven, writes Morningstar's R.J . Hottovy .

  2. IPO Sizzles As Shake Shack Tests Big Chains

    IPO Sizzles As Shake Shack Tests Big Chains

  3. Near-Term Concerns Rise for Alibaba, but Wide Moat Intact

    Alibaba’s lower-than-expected revenue growth is not a cause for concern as the firm continues to build its network effect, writes Morningstar’s R.J . Hottovy .

  4. Friday Five: What's Weighing on Earnings?

    Though Apple had a record-breaking quarter, the energy slide and strong dollar have been fierce headwinds for many other firms.

  5. Alibaba’s Results Reinforce Our Wide Moat Rating

    The Chinese e-commerce giant’s first public update shows the power of the firm’s network effect, though shares are slightly overvalued at today’s levels, says Morningstar’s R.J . Hottovy .

  6. 5 Wide-Moat Stocks That Were Left Behind in 2014

    It was a good year for wide-moat stocks overall, but Exxon, Amazon, and a few others lagged the market, says Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser.

  7. Chipotle Continues to Impress

    Although shares are pricey, the firm wields a tremendous amount of pricing power, reinforcing its narrow moat, says Morningstar's R.J . Hottovy .

  8. EBay: Marketplaces Volume and Margins Raise Concerns

    We’re nevertheless maintaining our fair value estimate as PayPal continued to show good momentum, says Morningstar’s R.J . Hottovy .

  9. PayPal Spin-Off Won’t Dent eBay’s Moat

    The shared services agreement between eBay and PayPal should preserve the synergies between the businesses while allowing management to focus on enhancing their respective network effects, says Morningstar’s R.J . Hottovy .

  10. Why Apple Pay and PayPal Could Be 'Frenemies'

    Apple Pay is clearly a potential disruption to eBay's PayPal, but we don't view mobile payments as a zero-sum game, says Morningstar’s R.J . Hottovy .

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