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Masco's 4% drop Thursday is the latest proof that big call buying doesn't mean insiders know something you don't.
The Amazon founder's latest shareholders contains interesting disclosures not only about Prime, but also about his company's AI investments, Indian growth and workplace culture.
Amazon pretty much can't be stopped at this point. Here's how to think about investing off this giant company's growth.
Amazon CEO's Jeff Bezos annual letter to shareholders is always a great read. This year, he reminded his rivals that they really have no shot at thwarting Amazon's charge.
Look over your shoulder, Gatorade. TheStreet talks with BodyArmor founder Mike Repole and investor/baseball star Mike Trout.
These names are for those seeking some calm away from the earnings storm.
Report shows trends beneficial to both Amazon and Costco, and we are boosting our price target on COST.
We are adding omni-channel retailer of women's apparel J.Jill to the portfolio.
Retailers now have all the power, Credit Suisse says.
The bricks-and-mortar retail giant is reportedly near a deal to take a controlling stake in Flipkart. But Amazon's Indian momentum and investments could make it tough for a deal to pay off.
Retail stocks have mostly risen since February, but that's deceiving.
Tesla thinks it's going to start making a new SUV by November 2019. Good luck with that one.
The bull market in stocks could be met with new fire over the weekend in the form of U.S. action in Syria. Are you a buyer here?
Walmart and Target seem to be zooming ahead.
These companies actually are very different and they should not be lumped together.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
Autonomous driving goes beyond passenger cars. Think trains, buses, semi trucks and even air taxis.
Voice-command shopping will be as big as mobile shopping, one research firm predicts.
Wow, talk about one whirlwind session for the markets on Wednesday. Here are several must reads from TheStreet's newsroom to get you caught up.
Stocks are higher on Wednesday in spite of China saying it will slap reciprocal 25% tariffs on 106 U.S. products including soybeans, cars, planes, whiskey, and chemicals.
For U.S. consumers, the products that will most likely be affected include flat-screen televisions and other electronics and household appliances.
U.S. stock futures plunge Wednesday after China says it will slap reciprocal 25% tariffs on 106 U.S. products; ADP releases a report on private payrolls for March; Amazon reportedly could make offer for India's Flipkart.
Markets were able to close the day in the green after a volatile day of trading.
While it's not a full-blown "Turnaround Tuesday," the indices are up. Plus Spotify attempts to go public without bankers and the President calls out Amazon -- again. But is he right? Watch!
Amazon is a pillar of growth in e-commerce, the cloud and home connectivity. For that reason, it will continue to grow well into the future.
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