A cloud rival, two superstores, and an artisan marketplace could all curb Amazon’s long-term growth.
I repeatedly underestimated SINA’s headwinds as its stock plummeted.
The Japanese tech giant prefers to focus on the PS5 rather than develop a new handheld console.
The tech giant is on the ropes, but it still has plenty of ways to punch back.
Microsoft’s Xbox boss dismisses the VR gaming market, while Sony embraces it.
The Chinese tech giant faces tough competitors in the advertising, cloud, fintech, and gaming markets.
Alibaba, Tencent, Amazon, and Baidu control 80% of China’s growing cloud market.
The 800-pound gorilla of China’s e-commerce and cloud markets also dominates online advertising.
The Chinese tech giant nearly tripled in value over the past five years.
This unloved Internet of Things stock could stage a big comeback as its business expands and evolves.
A digital yuan could expedite China’s transformation into a cashless society -- but could it hurt Tencent’s fastest-growing business?
Which chipmaker is better poised for a cyclical comeback?
Samsung leads the NAND and DRAM markets, but Micron is a more focused play on memory chips.
The tech giant’s digital defenses against Tencent and Baidu are also deep money pits.
Investors in Chinese tech clearly favored NetEase’s narrower focus, lower valuation, and higher yield.
Which play is closer to a cyclical bottom?
The underdog social network is expected to grow through 2023.
Big Blue boasts a bigger dividend, a better diversified business, and a clearer path towards a sustainable recovery than HP.
Amazon, TJX, and Target are all taking big bites out of the ailing retailer.
Which consumer staples stalwart is a better long-term investment?