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As Netflix and Amazon splurge on original content to win streaming supremacy in India, Bollywood producer Tanveer Bookwala has never been so busy. This month he wrapped up filming Asur, a thriller for Voot, one of India’s biggest streaming platforms. Rasbhari, a coming-of-age story about a teacher, is set to be released on Amazon soon, and Fittrat, a series about a money-minded woman, premieres later this month on AltBalaji, another Indian platform.
Shares of AT&T (T) have surged 31% in 2019 to easily top its industry's 8% average climb and the S&P 500's 17% jump. So will AT&T stock continue to climb after it reports its Q3 2019 earnings results?
IBM (IBM) is set to report their third quarter results after the closing bell on Tuesday, October 15th as Q3's earnings season gets underway this week.
Associate Stock Strategist Ben Rains dives into some of the latest U.S.-China trade war updates, including President Trump's optimism. We then look at three large-cap technology stocks to consider buying during Q3 earnings season. - Full-Court Finance
Amazon (AMZN) will announce its third-quarter results on October 24. Analysts expect the company to post revenues of $68.8 billion in the September quarter.
Amazon stock has fallen 13.4% since its Q2 earnings report on July 25. Wall Street expects Amazon’s EPS to fall 21% YoY to $4.60 in the third quarter.
Based on trends for the first and second week of October, Amazon stock could open on a positive note today. The stock closed at $1,731.92 on October 11.
Cintas (CTAS) is at a 52-week high, but can investors hope for more gains in the future? We take a look at the company's fundamentals for clues.
Alfred Nobel helped build an industrial empire. While Nobel’s bequest established prizes that commemorate his love of literature and science, it seems unlikely he would ever have considered rewarding managers in the same way, except perhaps to encourage them to do the dull managerial jobs he hated. Any would-be management prize-winner would have to demonstrate mastery of what the late Jim March, the Stanford sociologist, described as the “plumbing” and the “poetry” of effective leadership — that elusive combination of practical organisational skills and vision.
In the last week, we looked at Amazon Inc (AMZN) stock trends. Here is another attempt to decode the same patterns for the second week of October 2019.
The Democratic presidential candidate would like not only to break up Big Tech, but tax companies such as Facebook and people like Mr Zuckerberg a lot more. It galls me not that I pay roughly half my income in taxes, but that I do so because I earn it from actual work while those who earn money from rising share prices pay much less. , a book by Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman, who are advising Ms Warren on tax issues, including the details of how to tax wealth rather than just income.
Let's take a look at what investors need to know about Facebook and some of its Q3 estimates to help us determine if FB stock might be worth buying before the social media company reports its Q3 2019 earnings results...