Good news for J.C. Penney. Sales were up big in November. Bad news. Wall Street still wants more.
Shares of eBay got a nice pop due to healthy online shopping sales over Thanksgiving weekend. PayPal's growth is also helping.
Shares of luxury jeweler Tiffany hit all-time highs on a robust outlook and strong sales in Asia. Looks like those fancy yellow diamonds are selling really well.
Some private technology companies' valuation seems frothy, but established tech is not out of control so don't bet on the bubble bursting too soon.
The movie studio has figured out how to keep milking money out of successful franchises like the Hunger Games and Twilight.
Green Mountain Coffee stock gets a boost on news of a bigger buyback and a dividend. The company continues to defy skeptics.
Despite sinking commodity prices, Deere's construction business is strong and investors are happy.
Best Buy has been one of the top stocks of 2013. But after the retailer warned profits may take a hit, can the strong turnaround continue?
With the economy still sluggish, don't get too excited about the record high stock market.