Target Corp. shares have fallen 10 percent but are poised for a comeback

Discount retailer Target is slowly bouncing back from the holiday data breach last year that helped send its same-store sales decline 2.5 percent during the fourth quarter and holiday season. Shares of the company are down some 10 percent this year so far, but analysts say bargain-hunting investors may want to take a closer look at the company.

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United Airlines grounds economy travelers with MileagePlus changes

United Airlines is changing its MileagePlus loyalty program next year in a move to reward its big-spending frequent business travelers. But is it a risky move for an airline that ranks second to last in customer satisfaction?

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Spirit Airlines lifts off on high margins and future growth plans

Spirit Airlines, ranked America’s least-favorite airline by Consumer Reports in 2013, draws in customers with its low fares and then charges them extra for carry-on bags or a bottle of water. But Wall Street and investors love the company for its growth strategy and fat profit margins.

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