Universal Orlando is introducing an immersive new action stunt show that will open early next year, but it may not be good enough to please fickle enthusiasts.
Netflix, Uber, and Disney have some big expectations to live up to in their upcoming financial updates.
The top dog in online retail is the only one of the five most valuable U.S. stocks by market cap to not deliver double-digit returns over the past year. With a potentially game-changing quarterly report on the way next week, this could be the lull before the next move higher.
There's a lot riding on the return this week of the park operator's aerial transportation system.
It's been a cruel summer and an autumn without bottom for the leading premium video service provider.
A ridesharing speedster, auto sales generator, and profitable online apparel retailer hit their lowest level in more than a year.
A luxury lifestyles retailer, consumer tech giant, and electronic signature specialist all raised the bar last week.
The media giant is seeing its profit targets shrink as its stock price retreats from its all-time summertime highs.
Analysts have turned bullish on the streaming-video specialist in back-to-back days -- with higher price targets, to boot.
The satellite radio giant boosted its quarterly payout by 10% for the third year in a row.
Analysts are hosing down their price targets on the leading streaming service ahead of next week's earnings report and next month's launches of rival platforms.
An analyst upgrades the streaming pioneer and boosts his price target. He sees platform revenue more than tripling in three years.
China's leading search engine and Latin America's top online marketplace seem to be passing ships, but the out-of-favor stock might still be the better bet at this point.
The leading streaming service reports earnings next Wednesday. It's hard to flap those wings when it's flying into some insane headwinds.
A home services dot-com, an auto sales lead generator, and a Wi-Fi provider have been big losers this year.
An accident involving Disney's new aerial transport system in Florida could have some long-term negative ramifications.
A social media turnaround story, a fast-growing burger flipper, and a next-gen auto retailer have seen their stocks soar by at least 100% this year.
Crowds seem to be picking up at the second of the two Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge expansions, fueled by a media blitz and the opening of a new mode of transportation to get there.
The two leading regional amusement park operators reportedly came close to hooking up this week. Let's break down why it didn't happen.
The market's trading higher this year, but some stocks have not been playing along.