The stock has been hammered in the last year, and more changes are expected in 2014. Buying it may be the ultimate contrarian move.
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The company has begun targeting young, urban buyers instead of open-road enthusiasts. But it's also choosing volume over profit, which could be a concern.
The pharmacy chain announces a new prepaid debit card, and plans to add a broader suite of financial services.
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The Chinese tech company has seen huge growth recently.
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