The burrito business is booming, but rising commodities prices are taking a bigger bite.
Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) is proving to be one of the best at bringing Tex-Mex to the masses.
The fast food restaurant chain earned $83.1 million, or $2.64 per share, in the first quarter.
That fell short of analysts' expectations, but the restaurant touted its strong sales. Even the winter weather didn't hurt demand for burritos and tacos.
Chipotle shares MOREBen Rooney - Apr 17, 2014 9:40 AM ET
The scene at the Economic Club of New York meeting today had the feel of a rock concert, but instead of T-shirts and sneakers, it was blue pin-stripes and brown wing-tips.
The mood in the lobby outside the room at the Marriott Marquis where Janet Yellen would speak seemed downright giddy.
Blackstone Chairman & CEO Steve Schwarzman was smiling and shaking hands with old friends.
The grin on Former SEC Chief William Donaldson's MOREJesse Solomon - Apr 16, 2014 2:07 PM ET
The break lights are finally coming on for investors' favorite auto stock.
Shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA) fell over 2% Tuesday after reports surfaced that Arizona failed to pass a bill to allow the company to sell cars directly to consumers.
It marks the fourth straight day of losses for Tesla's stock.
It's unclear what effect the Arizona bill actually had today. The automaker has long sought to bypass dealerships because it says MOREJesse Solomon - Apr 15, 2014 3:49 PM ET
Twitter's founding fathers became billionaires on paper when the social media company went public in November.
But Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams say they have no immediate plans to turn those paper gains in to cold, hard cash once they have the opportunity in May.
Under federal securities law, company insiders must wait six months before selling any shares following an initial public offering.
The so-called "lock up period" is designed to discourage MOREBen Rooney - Apr 14, 2014 12:01 PM ET
Apparently, babies do get old.
ETrade (ETFC) recently retired its long-running ad campaign featuring a talking baby boy telling people how easy it is to invest.
The company's official line is that the child star quit.
There's even a web site marking the milestone, babyquits.com, which redirects you to a Facebook page showing an out of office sign on the baby's crib.
Over the years, the baby, who was never given an official name, MOREHeather Long - Apr 12, 2014 1:00 PM ET
When Gautam Kaul speaks, hundreds of thousands of people listen.
Kaul, a professor of finance at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, has become an Internet sensation.
His classes are by far and away the most popular finance and economics offerings on Coursera, a free site where people can take college courses.
Judging by course enrollment, Kaul is in more demand than Nobel laureate Robert Shiller, a Yale professor who wrote MOREHeather Long - Apr 12, 2014 9:00 AM ET
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Tech stocks have been a bit of a whirling dervish lately. And the Nasdaq was getting taken to the proverbial woodshed again Thursday.
But repeat after me. This is not 2000! Tech stocks, writ large, are MOREPaul R. La Monica - Apr 10, 2014 2:40 PM ET
It's the biggest week for initial public offerings since the end of 2006 with a whopping 16 companies scheduled to make their trading debut.
Forget April showers. This year it's April IPOs.
The question for investors is how to read this flurry.
The reality is all 16 IPOs probably won't happen this week. Investors have their limits, and anytime IPOs heat up, some wonder whether it's a repeat of late 1990s and year MOREPatrick M. Sheridan - Apr 9, 2014 5:34 PM ET
When Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently waded into murkier waters, she was backed by broad support from her colleagues.
The Fed has two objectives: to keep U.S. unemployment low and to keep prices stable.
The goal is to get unemployment below 6.5% and inflation up to 2.5%.
In March, the Fed decided to tweak those thresholds to a fuzzier "qualitative view" of the job market. Yellen has indicated the Fed will be MOREAnnalyn Kurtz - Apr 9, 2014 2:28 PM ET
Bottoms up! Constellation is cashing in on America's love affair with Corona.
Shares of Constellation Brands (STZ) opened sharply higher Wednesday after the beer and wine company reported strong quarterly results, although the stock has now fallen back.
The buzz kill came after Constellation executives said on a conference call with analysts that the cost of expanding a brewery in Mexico would be much higher than previously expected.
The company raised its estimate MOREBen Rooney - Apr 9, 2014 11:06 AM ET
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