And if you hear it on an earnings call, you know the company's share price is going to drop.
The aluminum maker can continue doing everything it can to stay in the game, but in the end, it's stuck with a terrible curse.
The mall-based retailer's radical changes and its focus on local service in the Internet age are cleaning the clocks of players like Wal-Mart, Target and Kohl's.
There are several environmental and market contradictions, and the Obama administration seems to find discussions on the topic impractical.
The only bubble we're in appears to be filled with hot air.
Despite the Dow's historic rise, many potential investors remain on the sidelines, preferring to put their money into real estate and gold.
The campaign is the latest in an ongoing love affair between Hollywood and the auto industry.
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