This is a company that does $74 billion in annual sales. An extra hundred million bucks or so -- or a similar loss if the move backfires -- won't alter the course of its stock.
An apples-to-apples comparison of these two retail giants reveals one solid long-term investment and one stock with a great deal of risk.
Corporate profits and share prices are at all-time highs, but companies have been tightfisted with their cash, reluctant to hire more workers or invest in new equipment.
After rewarding traders with triple-digit profits this year, this fuel cell maker should see more gains ahead. Here are two ways to trade it.
This great retail story isn't unraveling yet, but it's picking up some snags.
Shares of the fuel-cell company are up on news of an expanded relationship with the retailer.
No other retailer can operate as efficiently, and on the same scale.
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