The world's largest retailer has been increasingly betting its future on digital sales, but comps have been tougher this year.
Shares of Alibaba, Tencent, and Baidu are all down big, and long-term investors might want to take advantage.
The creative software purveyor has produced remarkable gains lately, and the best may be yet to come.
Sometimes Wall Street throws a tantrum when it doesn't get exactly what it wants, and that's exactly what happened to the streaming pioneer.
It's been an eventful (and highly profitable) year for the iPhone maker so far, but what investors want to know about is its future.
The industry-leading maker of graphics cards was on fire before its recent stumble. Can it retake the high ground?
After three consecutive quarters of falling engagement, is the free-to-play battle royale game to blame?
Steady traffic at both the theme park and the box office helped Disney close out a record-breaking year.
The company has long said the premium cable service would drive growth, and that day has arrived.
Investors seemed concerned by declining revenue per customer, but that needs to be put into context.
An already solid year will get a boost from the long-awaited Western-themed adventure game.
The market was disappointed by weak profit guidance, but the payment processor continues to deliver on all the metrics that matter.
Even after beating on the top and bottom line, the Tinder parent experienced a brutal sell-off. Is the honeymoon over?
After years of impressive growth, the video-game publisher is taking a breather. Is it about to fall further, or kick into overdrive?
After a bad 2017, the movie exhibitor has come back strong so far this year.
It's been a tough year for the television and movie studio.
Even a better-than-expected performance wasn't enough to propel the low-code specialist higher.
Beats on top and bottom lines, and near-record average selling prices, weren't enough to make up for a weak outlook.
The programmatic advertising specialist is set to report earnings Thursday.
There will be a lot going on behind the numbers when the House of Mouse reports.