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The tech sector's current boom feels like 2021, but there's a ton of differences between then and now.
Here is why Warner Bros. Discovery's stock is struggling and two reasons it might be a good time to buy. What happened to Warner Bros. Discovery's stock? Warner Bros. Discovery formed last April when AT&T spun off Warner Bros. Media to merge with Discovery, Inc. The market almost immediately soured on the new entertainment conglomerate as its debt became a primary concern.
(Reuters) -A judge has rejected Amazon.com Inc's bid to dismiss California's antitrust lawsuit accusing the online retailer of illegally forcing merchants to accept policies that cause consumers to pay artificially high prices. Judge Ethan Schulman in San Francisco Superior Court said California sufficiently alleged that Amazon's policies "have had the anticompetitive effect of raising prices on competing retail marketplaces as well as on third-party sellers' own websites." Amazon declined on Friday to comment on the decision, which is dated March 30.