3 Things Netflix Stock Needs to Get Right This Week
It's been a cruel summer and an autumn without bottom for the leading premium video service provider.
Kroger Joins the Growing List of Retailers Dumping E-Cigs
Rising health concerns and growing regulatory uncertainty are causing national chains to abandon the product.
2 Big Winners From President Trump's Latest Solar Tariff Decision
U.S. solar manufacturing got a big boost today.
Pressure is rising for big tech companies across the board, and something’s going to have to give.
Copart combines innovative technology and an online auction platform to turn salvage autos into cash.
This company is debt-free and flush with cash. One might say it's a veritable gold mine for investors looking for solid future growth.
Coming off its first loss of U.S. subscribers in eight years and with new, deep-pocketed competitors joining the show, Netflix's upcoming earnings report is shaping up to be a big deal.
For the most part it wasn't a memorable day for investors, yet this pair of companies bucked the bears.
Box is competing in its space and growing revenue, but shattered investor expectations leave the company with a crucial credibility issue.
The jeans company is being spun off from J. Crew.
The chemistry prize generates some electricity.
An analyst report added to pressure on Aurora Cannabis, and AECOM rose after announcing a spinoff agreement.
Crude oil continues moving lower, sending investors scurrying away from small, independent producers that may struggle without higher crude prices.
Possible merger and acquisition activity lifted one of these stocks.
Analyst chatter and new legal issues hit these stocks.
Investors' anxiety about forthcoming earnings results appeared to weigh on the Canadian marijuana stock.
The roller-coaster ride continues.
It's a sort of mini-trend.
While Starbucks remains the king of the coffee space, Dunkin' has had a hell of a year so far, and might just catch up.
A month after the IPO, analysts weigh in with a chorus of buy ratings.
Citi initiates coverage with a sell rating.
Home voice assistants have become staples of big technology companies even though the devices are rarely profitable. So why are the Silicon Valley giants investing so much in the tech?
SmileDirectClub faces pressure in California, and Tapestry is downgraded on concerns about the resale market and Kate Spade.