|Day Low/High||80.23 / 80.56|
|52 Wk Low/High||65.28 / 81.99|
Google Home, can you please do my shopping for me?
While I'm inclined to give the bulls more room to the upside, I was troubled by the lack of new buys in individual stocks on Tuesday.
One great idea from TheStreet's Jim Cramer revisited.
U.S. stock futures on Wednesday are down modestly following a strong rally in the previous session.
Amazon's plan for world domination? Nope.
While the service will give its users the ability to stream over 100,000 movies and TV shows, there are some limitations with the app's roll out.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. is the #20 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel.
Target digs into its bricks-and-mortar strategy.
IBM wants to know if blockchain tech can be used to track food supply chains and improve safety.
It's another threat to Walmart's credit card issuer Synchrony.
Recent technical damage puts the continuity of post-election advance into question.
Workers head out to watch eclipse. Wall Street struggles for direction.
A video of what's changed in the thirty plus years since the last eclipse
It's part of Walmart's arsenal against the e-tailer.
Cramer reflects on why keeping cash on hand is a good thing and also explores the lack of any conviction to the downside.
Cramer provides some play-by-play on the race between Amazon and Walmart, and also discusses the relevance (or lack thereof) to business of the chaos in Washington.
Amazon's newest service could prove to be a lucrative complement to its Whole Foods acquisition, and help it battle convenience stores and Walmart.
White Supremacist violence and the White House's controversial response kept Wall Street on its toes.
Walmart has filed for a patent covering a 'gas-filled' aircraft used in conjunction with the delivery of products.
Walmart has been responsible for a number of innovations on its way to becoming the world's largest retailer.
Could it be a case of the tortoise and the hare?