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Non-managed programs aren't all investors hoped they would be.
MetLife's third quarter results highlighted attractive growth from top to bottom line and justified a much higher valuation for MetLife. Rising interest rates could be the determining catalyst that drive MetLife's shares higher going forward.
Despite higher than expected catastrophe losses, Allstate managed to squeeze out an earnings beat, and continues to benefit from strong underlying insurance operations, while the company also finds enough cash to remunerate shareholders.
GoPro's earnings were good, but before you buy the stock, ask yourself this critical question.
Know someone who wants to be an "Electric Vehicle Hater" for Halloween? Here are some costume suggestions, and lines to go with them.
Exceeding earnings expectations might not be enough for this dividend stock.
SunPower is one of the largest solar companies in the U.S. but it is seeing a huge opportunity in China.
With Facebook reporting earnings recently, what should investors keep in mind?
The holidays may not be so dire this year like last, but the stakes for online supremacy remain as high as ever.
Five of the most important quotes from Garmin's most recent earnings call.
Apple Pay is one of the most secure forms of payments, and retailers hate it.
After mixed quarterly results, a coming transaction will mark a big move forward for Heartland.
Frightening uncertainty may mean that Dendreon, MannKind, and GW Pharma are three of the stock market's scariest stocks.
Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?
Is LinkedIn's jump meaningful? Or just another movement?
The fertilizer giant has seen its earnings plunge lately, and that has some worried about its ability to keep paying its dividend.
The Latin American e-commerce leader blew past Wall Street's expectations.
The pioneer of electronic learning toys gears up for its third-quarter results.
Here’s why new versions of “GTA V” might not matter as much as some Take-Two investors believe.