Not all tech stocks trade at crazy valuations.
3M is reportedly looking to dump an underperforming business, and Microsoft has plans for a broader consumer-subscription product.
The software-as-a-service company beat expectations, although growth will slow down next year.
The furniture retailer raised its long-term outlook after reporting solid third-quarter results.
An analyst expects Apple to outperform expectations, and Nike is one of Goldman's top picks.
A mixed earnings report was overshadowed by a plan to split into two companies.
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The nosebleed valuation may come under pressure.
Buybacks will be the only thing keeping the per-share numbers afloat.
One of Intel's customers is getting serious about designing its own chips, and one analyst doesn't see Dow as a great investment for 2020.
An earnings beat overshadowed a small revenue decline.
McDonald's looks to cash in on the chicken sandwich craze, and Walmart's e-commerce business is booming this holiday season.
Apple's expensive earbuds are seeing strong demand, and Caterpillar stock swoons after Deere predicts a profit decline.
New data suggests continued subscriber gains for Disney+, and strong housing data gives Home Depot a boost.
Investors are happy with the company's progress moving to subscriptions.
The retailer is doing well despite a difficult environment.
Frozen 2 is breaking records, and Apple reportedly expects 5G to drive strong iPhone sales next year.
The tech giant will have no shortage of tailwinds next year.
Disney's next blockbuster movie hits theaters, and Walmart is ending a grocery delivery service offered by Jet.
The software company reported impressive numbers, and it raised its guidance for the full year.