January 28, 2005 To come.
January 28, 2005 Starbucks reports first-quarter earnings up 31 percent thanks in part to strong holiday sales. The company is opening an average of four stores a day. We talk with CEO-designate Jim Donald, who joins us from the company's headquarters in Seattle.
January 21, 2005 You may know Dave and Buster's as your friendly neighborhood mega-entertainment restaurant and bar. It's also a stock that's doubled in value over the last three years. Cofounders Dave and Buster talk about the big business of fun and games.
January 21, 2005 If you haven't seen the movie Elektra, you're not alone. While the latest Marvel vehicle hasn't been a hit at the box office, shares of Marvel have been a big hit on Wall Street. Marvel Vice Chairman Peter Cuneo talks about the super -- and sometimes not so super -- business of superheroes.
January 14, 2005 If you're a fan of Chinese food, you may know the name PF Chang's. The restaurant chain has been a big hit with consumers, and a big hit on Wall Street, where shares of PF Chang's are up more than four times in value over the last five years.
January 7, 2005 Shufflemaster owns the rights to casino table games such as "Three Card Poker" and "Let It Ride." It also has 90 percent market share in the automatic card shuffling business. The company has been a good bet for investors: Shares of Shufflemaster are up over four times in value over the last three years. We'll have a conversation with Dr. Mark Yoseloff, the CEO of Shufflemaster.
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