The iPhone maker is credited with revolutionizing the music industry back in 2000 when it introduced iTunes. Now, with Apple Music, the company has the potential for a second upwelling.
Snap simply isn't floating enough shares to make much of a difference.
Cisco's second-quarter may shed more light on what the Chuck Robbins-led company thinks about President Trump and his upcoming tax policies.
The nonvoting shares issued by the developer of the popular disappearing message app could set a disturbing precedent, especially with institutional investors and insurgent fund managers.