Shake Shack Inc, known for its juicy antibiotic-free hamburgers and frozen custard shakes, on Thursday reported higher-than-expected first-quarter restaurant sales, sending its shares up nearly 9 percent.
Exelixis released first-quarter earnings last week; but with the approval of Cabometyx coming April, after the quarter ended, the focus was naturally on the launch rather than on first-quarter revenue and earnings.
Lumber Liquidators is trying to strike a balance between stemming losses and moving forward.
A new set of State Department documents released Thursday by the watchdog group Judicial Watch reveal then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made the choice not to use a secure phone line amid a technical problem and acknowledged the risk of using a private Blackberry phone.
When Fifth Street Finance slashed its fees from 2% of assets to 1.75% of assets this year, it pitched it as a way to improve earnings and shareholder value.
Image source: AbbVie.
Progressive Corp. said late Thursday Chief Executive Glenn Renwick will retire effective July 1, and Chief Operating Officer Tricia Griffith will succeed him.
Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert will not appeal his conviction or 15-month prison sentence in a hush-money case that centered on his sexual abuse of students when he was a high school wrestling coach in Illinois decades ago, his lead attorney said Thursday.
Nvidia Corp. shares surged in the extended session Thursday after the graphics-chip maker's first-quarter results and outlook topped Wall Street expectations.
Shares of Nordstrom Inc. tanked late Thursday after the retailer reported lower-than-expected first-quarter sales and earnings.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs could soon be required to undergo consistent regulatory health inspections of its hospital kitchens and report the findings to Congress, according to a Senate bill introduced today.
Shares of Shake Shack Inc. rallied in Thursday's extended session after the burger chain posted better-than-expected quarterly results.
Skyworks Solutions Inc. said Thursday that its longtime chief executive has vacated that role to become executive chairman, with the company's president taking the reins.