American Greetings Swings to Q2 Loss

American Greetings swung to a loss during its fiscal second quarter due to charges relating to its purchase of bankrupt U.K.-based Clinton Cards. More 

5 Stocks Mr. Burns Would Own

Amalgamated Spats and U.S. Hay might not be real companies, but The Simpsons' Mr. Burns would love these five outdated, niche and even villainous stocks. More 

Spain Leads the American Rally — Thursday’s IP Market Recap

The Spanish government released its newest budget, and news that the country will work toward austerity measures helped lift markets higher Thursday afternoon. More 

Founding Family Offers to Buyout American Greetings

American Greetings has received a $580 million buyout bid from an investor group that includes its current CEO and other members of its founding family. More 

The World’s a Bummer — Wednesday’s IP Market Recap

Downbeat news from Europe and Asia combined to rattle American markets, which suffered their third straight day of losses. Meanwhile, RadioShack's CEO resigned. More 

American Greetings Buys Failing Card Chain, Saves Jobs

American Greetings has purchased failed British card chain, Clinton Cards, and will keep up to 397 stores open, saviing 4,500 jobs. More 

A Couple of Lovely Valentine’s Day Stocks to Buy

InterActiveCorp, with its matchmaking websites and OKCupid, is a fundamentally great Valentine's Day stock. As is PetSmart. More