L Brands, Inc.

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L Brands surged on Wednesday to a new 52-week high after the company unveiled a new cost-cutting strategy that it will employ.
With the market clearly close to or at full value again, it makes sense to look to areas where alpha can be generated for the rest of 2020. BofA Securities is out with its top picks for the third...
BofA Securities has made huge changes to its US 1 list of top stocks to buy. These five additions should fare well in the second half of 2020.
24/7 Wall St. previews Home Depot, Target, Walmart and some of the other key companies reporting this coming week.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AppFolio, BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Booking, DraftKings, Intuit, L Brands, Peloton Interactive, Salesforce.com and Wells Fargo.
Private equity firm Sycamore Partners has filed suit to nullify its agreement to acquire a controlling stake in the Victoria's Secret brand from L Brands.
Friday's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Albermarle, American Electric Power, Autodesk, Chewy, Domino's Pizza, HollyFrontier, Livent, NextEra Energy, RealReal, Square and T-Mobile.
L Brands founder and CEO Leslie Wexner will be chased from his job by reports of his close relationship with serial sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. His other legacy was the amount of shareholder value...
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Barclays, CrowdStrike, Edgewell Personal Care, Facebook, Funko, RingCentral, Rio Tinto, Royal Bank of Scotland, Salesforce.com and...
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Adobe, BP, Caterpillar, CSX, Intel, IBM, NextEra Energy, Pinterest, Qualcomm, Snap, Twitter, Western Digital and Yum Brands.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a list of retailers that have suffered the most in 2019.
Several of America’s largest companies have posted poor results, based on both their stock prices and financial reports. Boeing stood out as clearly the worst of the list.
Several of America's largest companies have posted poor results. Some of them are perennial losers, trailing other companies in their sectors for years.