Dollar Tree, Inc. Reports Results for the Third Quarter Fiscal 2015
Xerox shares slump even as Carl Icahn discloses stake
SMS Assist Ranked Number 259 Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2015 Technology Fast 500™
As 2005 draws to a close, our performance continues to be solid all around, with some bright spots and a few areas for further improvement. Our contrarian stance on large-cap and energy stocks has weighed on our results recently, but we're still confident that those calls will work out in the end. ...
Top managers were finding new places to put money to work and adding to existing high-conviction ideas in the first quarter.
Breakfast with Benjamin : Warren Buffett rejects analysts' criticism of Berkshire Hathaway's financials. Plus: Family Dollar's lesson in luck, small-cap stocks at odds with jobs data, and Alan Greenspan on Greece exiting the euro.
Consumer defensive firms look to offset muted growth by beefing up their competitive positioning, and select opportunities for investors remain.
As credit spreads have tightened on a nearly continuous trend over the past year, they are becoming richly valued relative to their historical average.
Plus: Sizing up the ECB's actions, what the BP ruling means for investors, and more.
John Walthausen launched his namesake firm and first mutual fund just as the housing bust was unfolding. Prescient moves since then are getting him noticed by small-cap investors.