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Tesla's news was mostly negative, but the market doesn't seem to worry.
This market may be cheaper than it looks, especially if companies can keep delivering on the earnings front, says Jim Cramer.
The money keeps flowing in for Sam's children.
The technology giant, which is sitting on nearly $250 billion in cash, plans to leverage its Apple Music subscriber base.
With NASA's discovery of three habitable planets, let's take a look at six companies that want to take you into space.
Retail stocks will remain under pressure, despite a handful of better-than-expected results.
Space, the next luxury vacation frontier?
The Chinese internet giant pours money into a big retail chain in China, as well as a popular South Korean messaging platform.
The Snapchat parent company's financials, user growth and voting rights are major areas of interest on its IPO roadshow.
This is in tune with FB's existing revenue strategy and meshes well with its growing interest in attacking the TV advertising market.
(NASDAQ: AMZN)—For the second straight year, Amazon ranked #1 in the annual Harris Corporate Reputation Poll.
The simple fact is that the consumer is still spending on housing.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.
(NASDAQ: AMZN) - Amazon has announced that the latest generation Amazon Fire TV Stick is now available for customers in the UK, Germany, and Japan.
With speculation rising over the features that Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone will offer, the company got a boost to its share price. Amazon.com, meanwhile, rose after unveiling lower shipping prices.
We trimmed 2 portfolio positions and raised price targets on 2 other names last week.
The department store continues to struggle.
Walmart had a solid quarter, but warned about a slow start to the first quarter.
Launching new iPad Pro models should strengthen Apple's grip on the high-end. But bigger improvements will be needed to spark an industry recovery.
These numbers confound those who say how dangerous this market is.
Amazon lowered its free shipping program to $35 from $49 per order.
Walmart's e-commerce sales boost in the fourth quarter was a blow to Amazon.
Amazon isn't the only thing bricks-and-mortar retailers such as Walmart need to fear right now.