Amazon, Alphabet, and Disney are three stocks to set and forget.
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Waymo's latest move is a first step toward releasing its driverless-vehicle tech abroad.
The ridesharing company is making a bet on self-driving vehicles, but its efforts in this space will take a while to pay off.
Pepsi is a great dividend stock, but income investors should consider General Mills, Ford, and Verizon as well.
This market is bigger and has broader implications for our lives than you might think.
Uber, Palo Alto Networks, and Shopify should be on investors' must-have list.
The automobile manufacturer could tap into the AV market by selling self-driving delivery vehicles.
The company is well positioned to tap further into the growing digital payments space and cash in on e-commerce expansion.
Each company expects autonomous vehicles will eventually transform its business.
eBay, JD.com, and Amazon should be on your shopping list.
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Telkom Indonesia, CME Group, and Iron Mountain are all growing their tech businesses and rewarding shareholders.
After several quarters of slowing sales growth, Copart's top line turned around.
Pinterest management addressed user engagement, new tools for advertisers, and international sales.
It also said it might test other hardware devices, but Spotify insists it's not entering the consumer hardware market.
Sales and users are growing, but the company's earnings losses grabbed investors' attention.
Investors need to take a closer look at these compelling tech plays.
These companies are tapping into retail's potential in all the right ways.
Apple, Amazon, and Dropbox outpaced analysts' estimates, but investors looking for that to be reflected in their stock price moves will be disappointed.