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Stifel says long-term trends working in Alibaba's favor are more significant than the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Stocks falter on realization that trade war between U.S. and China is about more than soybeans.
We exited our Apple position as all the major indices closed lower for the fifth consecutive week.
Stocks ended higher Friday as Wall Street heads into a long Memorial Day weekend.
Jeff and Zev walk through the stocks listed on the shopping list, discuss a bullish analyst call on Amazon, and answer a club member question about Palo Alto Networks.
(Nasdaq:AMZN)—Amazon announced today that Kindle customers around the globe can now enjoy reading from a growing selection of more than 20,000 Traditional Chinese language Kindle books with the free Kindle app for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets,...
The tech giant's reported effort to create a wearable that can detect human emotions shows how it's hardware efforts are swelling, and also its willingness to bet on projects that are far from guaranteed to succeed.
Elon Musk's extraordinary efforts require adequate scrutiny.
Why have things gotten so grim? Oh, let me count the ways.
Following NetApp's release of downbeat results and quarterly guidance, CEO George Kurian argues larger contributions from NetApp's growing flash storage and cloud software businesses will help sales rebound.
Amazon's investments in the auto business could lay the groundwork for a leaner, more cost-effective commerce division and offer other benefits as well.
The home improvement retailer's recent weakness has driven valuations down below their historical averages. The stock offers a safe 2.9% dividend yield and remains relatively isolated from Chinese trade issues.
Amazon.com is working on a wearable device that can recognize human emotions, a report says.
Gene Munster tells TheStreet why Apple is the most likely tech giant to purchase the suddenly much cheaper electric vehicle maker.
Today, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.
This market can be judged on how much exposure a stock has to China and trade war risks. Jim Cramer starts with Apple.
Plus, Target shares are jumping after earnings, but could still be a buy.
Target has figured out how to beat everyone from Walmart to Amazon to everyone in and outside the mall.
The U.S. unemployment rate is at 3.6%, its lowest since December 1969, but a scarcity of workers hasn't translated to a surge in consumer prices. But a top Federal Reserve official in Dallas suggests that the slow pace of increases might be due to rising competition from online businesses, not to mention the extra transparency on pricing.
The proposals sought to suspend sales of Amazon's Rekognition software until its risks are better understood.
TGT's efforts in e-Commerce appear to be paying dividends.
But for TGT, producing the growth to drive a higher valuation is tough.
TGT reported significant beats for first quarter EPS and revenue generation on Wednesday morning.
Lowe's posted weaker-than-expected first quarter earnings Wednesday, and trimmed its full-year outlook as rising costs hit profit margins, amid a series of disappointing reports from U.S. retailers.
Target posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings Wednesday, and reaffirmed its full-year guidance, as the retailer extended its run of same-store sales gains despite increasing competition from Walmart and Amazon.
Despite the specter of a trade war, the Chinese e-commerce giant continues to deliver a very fast pace of growth and its shares remain undervalued.
Target is shining while the stars of many retail stocks dim.
The economy will never function normally, or at least in a more sustainable, healthy way until repairing the yield curve is accomplished.
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