The luxury retailer's earnings exceed analysts' low expectations. It hopes to get help this year from 'The Great Gatsby' film release.
Shares of the world's largest athletic apparel maker surge after its profit beats analyst expectations.
Its latest results were a surprising disappointment. But the cost-cutting measures it's taking now should pay off down the road.
A second departure for the popular host looks increasingly likely, and it could go wrong again in so many ways.
The new chicken sandwich has a big job, considering the Golden Arches' recent uncharacteristic struggles.
Prices are up by as much as 10%, while sales may top 2012's total of $2.5 billion. And more non-Jewish consumers are buying.
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