After going through one of the worst shooting tragedies in recent history, residents are increasing firearm purchases.
Tata Motors is upgraded to 'conviction buy,' and Francesca's is downgraded to 'neutral.'
The Austrian manufacturer signs a lucrative new contract with Atlanta's police, its latest deal that has Smith & Wesson on the outs.
Background-check data suggests Americans are buying firearms at an unprecedented pace.
People in Kansas can now carry weapons into public buildings, but insurance companies are balking at the increased risk.
It's selling everything it can make now, and it still has room for future growth.
Also, concerns over China's liquidity conditions are easing.
TrackingPoint's high-tech weapon is the talk of the shooting world. It's also facing criticism for being a little too effective.
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