The cloud software provider continues to impress, touting strong second-quarter earnings and an improved outlook for the rest of 2019.
Don’t sweat the slowdown at this brick-and-mortar retailer.
The big data analytics firm is getting bigger and doubling down on customer success.
Big changes in TV advertising, healthcare, and computing mean investors should give these companies some love.
Specifically, tech that makes getting food on the go an even faster experience (and lowers expenses) will be key.
Full-year sales expectations were lowered in the retailer's latest earnings report, but the stock rose anyway.
Parent company Tapestry’s stock has been torpedoed so far in 2019.
This data analytics company is still independent after Alphabet and Salesforce went on their recent shopping sprees.
A new credit card exclusive to Apple customers is getting a lot of hype.
But further sales declines keep a lid on investor enthusiasm.
A sluggish first quarter for the online travel platform is long forgotten as optimism returns.
The real highlights in the chipmaker's latest earnings report include a dividend payout raise and expected sequential growth.
When looking for growth, don't forget the middle ground.
The Budweiser parent is back on the hunt for external growth and looking for ways to lower its debt burden.
Don’t overlook the currently unloved social media leader after its Q2 2019 sell-off.
More businesses are signing up, but new merchant solutions will be the main story line to watch.
To say 2019 is a record year of acquisitions at Salesforce doesn’t quite do the situation justice.
It's a bit of a mess right now, but a new entertainment package is going to be a serious force to be reckoned with.
An acquisition and a deceleration in services revenue hold the key to understanding the short-termism regarding the e-commerce website.
Consistent progress on the cloud and double-digit earnings growth won’t be derailed by deteriorating trade relationships.