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Can Google Disrupt Amazon and Microsoft’s Cloud Dominance?
Although the technology that powers cloud computing has been around for over two decades, there is still plenty of room for the industry’s growth.
Stock Market Today-1/20: Nasdaq Rebounds From Correction, China Cuts Interest Rates
Tech stocks look set to rebound from their brief slip into correction territory Wednesday as investors focus on fourth quarter earnings from Netflix after the close of trading.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Launches Pay With Change Initiative, Mandates New Gender Equity Standards for Advertising in 2022 Issue
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2022 issue is the first-of-its-kind magazine to set a new standard for publishers with its progress toward gender equity in advertising.
Netflix Earnings Preview: Subscriber Growth In Focus After Q3 'Squid Game' Surge
Netflix will need to show that it can maintain subscriber growth and boost revenues, particularly outside of the U.S., with fourth quarter hits such as 'Maid' and 'Don't Look Up" when it posts earnings after the close of trading Thursday.
American Airlines Posts Narrower Fourth-Quarter Loss
American Airlines posts a narrower-than-expected fourth-quarter loss and revenue that beats forecasts as it continues to navigate pandemic-induced turbulence.
The Countries That Have Contributed Most to Global Warming
When you add up the total CO2 emissions since the 1700s, where have most of them come from?
Amazon Prime Membership Fees Could Be Going Up Soon
Amazon Prime, a lifeline service for hundreds of millions who rely on the world’s biggest retailer for food, electronics, clothing and even books, could soon cost more.
Ford Stock Extends Slump After Jefferies Cuts Rating to Hold From Buy
Jefferies analyst Philippe Houchois bumped his price target on Ford to $25 per share, but lowered his rating to 'hold' as the carmaker ramps-up its electric vehicle push.
United Airlines Stock Slides After Q4 Earnings As Omicron Delays Demand Recovery
United Airlines said Omicron concerns will likely hit near-term demand, but the carrier sees a firmer rebound into the second half of the year.
Tech Leads Rebound, China Cuts Rates, Netflix, United Airlines and AMD - 5 Things You Must Know
Stocks futures bounce after tech falls into correction territory; China makes its second rate cut of the week as the PBOC is urged to 'hurry up' and support growth; United Airlines posts a narrower Q4 loss, but says Omicron will delay its near-term recovery; Netflix posts after-the-bell earnings with subscriber growth in focus and AMD shares slide after a downgrade from Piper Sandler.