See why Microsoft and A-B InBev climbed on a down day for the markets.
News & Analysis: Microsoft
Earnings helped give stocks a lift Friday morning.
The "preferred cloud provider" agreement with the telecom giant is yet more proof that the aging software giant has successfully reinvented itself.
MSFT earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
Microsoft and CrowdStrike Holdings report their latest quarterly figures, and Boeing prepares for a stiff headwind to its Q2 results.
But one of these deals seems a lot clearer than the other.
Microsoft's communication tool was a few years behind Slack, but it's quickly become a formidable opponent.
These brand-name behemoths are head and shoulders above their dividend-paying competition.
The software and cloud computing giant has outpaced the market this year. Can it keep up the hectic pace?
The prospect of an extra $100 billion in revenue proves too good for Cowen to pass up.