The world's largest cruise ship operator slips after it posts a mixed fiscal first quarter and lowers its full-year guidance.
Apple TV+ will be a game changer, but the tech giant may not be playing the same game as Netflix and Disney when it comes to premium streaming video.
Two leading social networking platforms square off. The winner is the one that deserves a place in your portfolio.
An analyst initiates coverage of the chat-support pioneer with a bullish rating despite the stock recently hitting all-time highs.
The mobile gaming developers are hot, something that definitely wasn't the case just a couple of years ago.
Lumber Liquidators, Bitauto, and Party City just slumped to 52-week lows, and there are some common themes in their shared malaise.
A new flavor for its iconic soft drink is turning heads, but it may not be enough to turn things around.
RingCentral, Twilio, and Tencent Music hit all-time highs last week, but the good times didn't last in every case.
Mailchimp and Instagram are now firing shots directly or indirectly at Shopify. These are interesting times.
SeaWorld is clearing the way for some big thrill rides in Florida next year. There's no point competing with Universal Orlando this summer or Disney World later this year.
The cloud-based communications specialist sees another analyst boost his price target to a Street high. Twilio stock has now soared 475% since the start of last year.
Apple will announce a video streaming service on Monday, but its gains won't initially come at the expense of Netflix.
The cheap-chic discounter is ready to report earnings next week, and once again, analysts are underestimating the situation.
D.A. Davidson initiates coverage of Lyft. The 20 underwriters associated with the offering will have to wait.
An article argues that Disney, Walmart, or even AT&T would be ideal buyers of the streaming video pioneer. Don't wait up for the wedding invitation.
The Chinese streaming music giant stumbles in its first quarter as a public company.
The Fox deal closes shortly, giving Disney new ways to cash in through all of its operating segments.
Some pretty shrewd moves by the country's leading multiplex operator played a part in the fade-out of Helios and Matheson's once-red-hot movie subscription service.
China Mobile, Zynga, and Comcast are hitting fresh 52-week highs despite posting modest single-digit organic revenue growth.
Eventbrite, Six Flags, and Realogy Holdings are hitting fresh lows even as the market itself is moving higher.