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Some investors believe that the streaming service could become the Netflix of audio. But Apple, Amazon, and the record labels stand in the way.
This article is written for those who want to get better at using price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios). To keep it practical, we'll show how The Travelers Companies, Inc.'s (NYSE:TRV) P/E ratio could help you assess the value on o...
It has been quite a strong start to the year so far—one of the best of the past 100 years. That’s the good news. Weaker-than-expected housing data is the bad news.
Disruption may be the most overused word in the tech space, but no sector is safe—including staples stocks—as a new breed of consumer takes center stage. Over a decade ago, online travel agents changed the way people booked trips. In 2016 and 2017, retail was in a downward spiral as the ever-growing tide of e-commerce slammed into older, outdated models.
How Verizon and AT&T Are Battling It Out This Month(Continued from Prior Part)HBO EuropeAT&T (T) said this month that it’s not planning to sell its HBO business in Europe, contrary to media reports. The Financial Times reported that
American Airlines (AAL) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Phillips 66 (PSX) has an impressive earnings surprise history and currently possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely beat in its next quarterly report.
Qualcomm Surges on Apple Settlement and Intel's 5G Chip Exit(Continued from Prior Part)Qualcomm rise after settling a dispute with Apple Qualcomm (QCOM) stock has gained 38.3% and added $30 billion to its market value since it resolved its legal
How Verizon and AT&T Are Battling It Out This Month(Continued from Prior Part)AT&T received $1.4 billion from the sale of its Hulu stake AT&T (T) netted more than $1.4 billion from the sale of its stake in video streaming provider Hulu.
The economic rise of China has created a hunger among many for a different way of understanding history. Frankopan’s academic specialism — “my thousand-year slab” — is the period from 300 to 1500 in Russia, Ukraine, the Caucasus, Turkey and Syria: the Byzantine empire with the city of Constantinople (now Istanbul, formerly Byzantium) at its heart. China’s modern revival of the ancient Silk Roads trading routes, known as the Belt and Road Initiative, drove a highway through his territory and Frankopan has used it to bring his expertise to a broad and powerful audience.
The man spearheading the £14bn legal claim against Mastercard has defended the advent of US-style class actions in Britain, saying they give wronged consumers the chance to hold businesses to account. ...
Qualcomm Surges on Apple Settlement and Intel's 5G Chip Exit(Continued from Prior Part)Apple’s concerns with Qualcomm Qualcomm (QCOM) was a major supplier of chips to Apple’s (AAPL) smartphones until the release of the iPhone 7 in September 2016.
BAML Survey: How Are Global Fund Managers Positioned?(Continued from Prior Part)Biggest tail risk In Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s April 2019 survey, the slowdown in China and the trade war tied for the biggest tail risk according to the
The payment on April 2 was intended to let Eskom to pay bills due at the end of March, and avoid a call on its existing guarantees after a loan expected from the China Development Bank failed to come through in time. The amount repaid a 3 billion rand bridge loan from Absa Group Ltd., according to a letter to parliament from Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and released by the opposition Democratic Alliance.
There cannot be many chief executives who have faced as many crises as Steve Mollenkopf in his five years as chief executive of US mobile communications technology company Qualcomm. There was the campaign from an activist investor (Jana Partners) to break up the company, and the antitrust challenge that threatened to dry up revenue from Qualcomm’s largest market (China). It is almost an understatement when Tom Horton, who has just stepped down from Qualcomm’s board after 10 years as the company’s lead independent director, calls it “a pretty tumultuous time”.
Wall Street’s top six banks posted a decidedly mixed set of results for the first quarter, with retail banks generally triumphing over their more capital markets focused rivals and dealmakers having a better time of it than traders. Investor reaction was most decisive against Goldman Sachs. Analysts attributed the fall to Goldman’s decision to defer a much-anticipated strategic update until early next year.
Zoom’s dizzying ascent -- its shares rose as much as 83 percent before closing up 72 percent -- left founder and Chief Executive Officer Eric Yuan lamenting the high price and the pressure it puts on the company. Just two years ago, Zoom was valued at only $1 billion in a private funding round. “The price is too high,’’ Eric Yuan said in an interview with Bloomberg TV.