Weibo's Q1 Was All Right, but Ad Sales Are Slowing Down in Q2
The so-called Twitter of China posted solid first-quarter results, but management expects slower sales growth in the next quarter.
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Food service distribution may be in for a wake-up call if Amazon continues to expand in the space.
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The retailer had set a high bar for its performance, but it met its aggressive outlook.
This payment processing provider has been smartly gobbling up niche enterprise software verticals, giving its entire business model a software makeover.
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Disney's Animal Kingdom has seen its guest count soar 27% over the past two years, but the same catalyst for its revival could also be what causes its slide in popularity in the next two years.
It might not be into traditional games, yet. But who's to say what is a "game"?
The retailer’s streak of positive comps growth ends as its margins contract.
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The sporting goods retailer has warned it's going to be a while yet before growth returns.
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The trade war clouds Skyworks Solutions' near-term outlook, but its 5G-driven future should still be bright.
Based on the book value of its assets, yes. But that's only if the company can turn those assets into greater cash flow going forward.
The beverage and snack giant has a great dividend profile, but these three companies sport bigger yields.
Real estate is ripe for disruption, and Redfin is entirely capable of disrupting it (and pocketing the difference).
The management teams at both midprice department store companies are confident about their plans, but there aren't many clear signs of progress.