Timothy Green

Timothy Green


Tim writes about technology and consumer goods stocks for The Motley Fool. He's a value investor at heart, doing his best to avoid hyped-up nonsense.
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Why Hewlett Packard Enterprise Stock Tumbled Today

Sales dropped hard amid the pandemic, and the company is implementing a broad cost-cutting plan.

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Dow Jones Heads Lower as IBM Cuts Jobs, Apple Stock Holds Its Ground on Podcast Plans

IBM is laying off employees amid the pandemic, and Apple wants to use podcasts to promote its Apple TV+ streaming service.


Dow Jones Sinks as Boeing Stock Soars, McDonald’s Supports Franchisees

An analyst expects a recovery in air travel to drive gains for Boeing, and McDonald's has set aside some cash to keep franchisees afloat.

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The Silver Lining in TJX Companies’ Wretched Earnings Report

Sales fell off a cliff, but the off-price retailer is having no problem securing inventory for its post-lockdown recovery.

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Why Shares of Opera Slumped Today

The pandemic is slowing the company's growth and hurting its bottom line.


Dow Jones Surges 400 Points as Coca-Cola Warns on Pandemic Aftermath, Intel's AMD Killer Falls Short

Coca-Cola sees a long recovery ahead, and Intel struggles to catch up with AMD.

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2 Top Stocks Still Paying Dividends

These tech stocks offer high dividend yields and are unlikely to slash their payouts anytime soon.


The Dow Drops Slightly as Walmart Reports Blockbuster Results, Home Depot Misses the Mark

Walmart's quarter was one for the record books, and Home Depot reported strong sales but weak earnings.

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Dow Jones News: Microsoft Partners With FedEx; Apple Stock Rises as Stores Slowly Reopen

Microsoft's cloud will power logistics solutions, and Apple is gradually reopening its U.S. stores.

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Why New Relic Stock Rose Today

The cloud software company is growing despite the pandemic.

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Dow Jones News: China Could Target Apple; Boeing Stock Sinks Despite Safety Initiative

Apple could be collateral damage from the U.S. effort to rein in Huawei, and Boeing rolls out an initiative to help drive demand for air travel.

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This Is Why Cisco's Profits Are Holding Up

Revenue took a hit from the pandemic, but the tech company was able to keep its bottom line afloat.

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Dow Jones News: Cisco Stock Surges; 3M Suffers Double-Digit Sales Decline

Cisco's results were better than expected, and 3M saw broad sales declines last month.

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The Monster Risk Shopify Investors Are Ignoring

The high-flying company depends on a type of customer that won't fare well during a deep recession.

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Dow Jones News: Cisco Earnings This Afternoon; Home Depot Stock Boosted by DIY Demand

Investors will learn how Cisco is holding up later today, and Home Depot is reportedly benefiting from strong do-it-yourself demand.

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Why Infinera Stock Crashed Today

Losses are piling up for the networking company.

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Why Shares of Uniti Group Are Soaring Today

An earnings beat and new terms for the sale of the U.S. tower business lit a fire under the stock.


Dow Jones News: Disney Could Reopen in July; Apple Stock Gets Price Target Boost

Disney is taking hotel reservations for July, and an analyst expects strong demand for Apple's upcoming iPhones.

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Why Shares of Avaya Holdings Soared Today

A small sales decline was a better result than the market was expecting.


Dow Jones News: Apple Stock Rises Despite Tumbling iPhone Sales; Boeing Customer Pauses Plane Deliveries

The iPhone didn't sell well in April, and a major airline is pulling back on taking new planes.