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Walmart is one of the biggest companies in the world, fulfilling the grand vision of founder Sam Walton 57 years ago.
Workers at Amazon, Facebook, Google's parent and Microsoft pledge to walk out Friday, joining climate-change protests worldwide.
Walmart reported stellar earnings last month and has outpaced the market so far this year. But what if the recession everyone's concerned about comes to life? Doesn't matter, Walmart is still a buy.
As the shipping company reports Tuesday night, headwinds blowing from Amazon and China trade are strong, but there's a chance of an unexpected move to the upside or activist investor news.
NBCUniversal discloses its new streaming service, to debut in April 2020, will be called 'Peacock.'
(NASDAQ: AMZN) Amazon Music today announced the launch of Amazon Music HD, a new tier of premium quality music with more than 50 million songs in High Definition, and millions of songs in Ultra High Definition, the highest quality streaming audio...
The U.S. economy may see a real lift-off in consumer prices due to higher energy prices, even if certain sectors stand to benefit greatly -- as might the trade deficit.
While recent concerns about the impact of Apple's TV+ service look overblown, Roku's big 2019 run-up has left it sporting rich multiples.
Apple launched its case against a controversial EU tax ruling Tuesday, arguing the decision "defies common sense" as it seeks to avoid paying around $14 billion in fines and penalties.
The e-commerce giant emphatically denied the charges in a tweet on Monday afternoon, however.
Altice USA (NYSE: ATUS) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announce plans to launch Amazon Prime Video on the Altice One entertainment and connectivity platform, providing seamless access to the entire Prime Video catalog, including Amazon Original s like...
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced an expansion of its Chicago Tech Hub and plans to create 400 new tech jobs in fields including cloud computing, advertising, and business development.
Diebold Nixdorf is best known for its 35% global market share of automated teller machines, but it is successfully branching out into digital verification.
Reporters and Research Analysts break down the biggest stories that impacted the markets during the week.
Easing trade tensions and steepening yield curve add to bulls' optimism.
We initiated a new position this week as the majority of our long positions rose along with the broader market.
Stocks finished mixed Friday as investors assess signs of a breakthrough in U.S.-China trade talks.
The giant tech firms are facing yet another investigation by a branch of the U.S. government.
After robust retail sales in July, thanks to Amazon's Prime Day event and discounts from competing stores, consumers reined in their spending in August, the Census Bureau says.
Larry Ellison's company continues to grow much more slowly than the broader enterprise software market. And it just declined to reiterate its full-year revenue growth guidance.
After robust retail sales in July, thanks to Amazon's Prime Day event and discounts from competing stores, consumers probably reined in their spending in August, Bank of America says in a new report, citing its own database of credit-card and debit-card lending.
(NASDAQ: AMZN) — Amazon today announces the launch of Amazon Music for Brazil, bringing customers millions of songs and thousands of playlists and stations ad-free, with two music streaming tiers.
Analysts at Deutsche Bank call the company its 'top pick' in the managed care, drug supply and beneficiary technology space.
Our latest analysis and strategy on these FAANG shares.
We are adding U.K.-based Farfetch, which operates a global luxury digital marketplace, to the mix.
The grocery business is getting more competitive. Here's what Walmart's latest offering means for its competitors.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced its Regional Air Hub at the Fort Worth Alliance Airport will open in October.
U.S. stock futures rise after Donald Trump says the United States agreed to a two-week delay in a planned increase in tariffs on some Chinese imports; investors await a key policy statement from the European Central Bank; Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd will take a medical leave of absence; Groupon reportedly is pursuing an acquisition and the target could be Yelp.
Jim Cramer says politicians, media and government agencies may be taking aim at the tech giants, but consumers still love them and their products.
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