A better-than-expected earnings report isn't enough to offset a disappointing forecast and signs that the gun-buying boom is waning.
In National Beverage's latest results, its chairman says things like 'no mental degradation has occurred!' That has many analysts wondering.
CEO Meg Whitman suggested to look at other great turnarounds -- IBM and Starbucks -- for ideas.
It sure is a perplexing picture as Target joins Wal-Mart and Macy's with poor results, while Home Depot, Lowe's and Urban Outfitters soar.
The trendy retailer has recovered from earlier missteps, and its shares won't be heading to the discount rack.
Among their demands is a $15 per hour minimum wage. Retail workers will also likely join in.
Have the many skeptics about the electronic retailer's chances just been proved wrong?
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