The textbook publisher emerged from bankruptcy last year and is now valued at more than $2 billion.
The famed 'Harry Potter' writer's pseudonymously published crime story is climbing the charts now that it's known she wrote it.
A growing digital strategy is boosting the outlook for this publisher's long-term profits.
The popularity of the trilogy is finally subsiding and its publisher is feeling the pinch.
Stocks that get approval from different gurus are often big winners.
Remember, even when oil plunged by $100, very few long-term service contracts were canceled.
The toy company is jumping on the merchandise bonanza with a doll inspired by the movie's heroine.
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