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Big soda players are overhauling their operations in the age of digital shopping and inflation.
Wall Street rallied on Friday, with the Dow and the Nasdaq posting their eighth consecutive weekly gains as investors grew hopeful that the United States and China would hammer out an agreement resolving their protracted trade war. All three major U.S. indexes ended the session higher, and for the fourth straight session, the S&P 500 held above its 200-day moving average, a key technical level.
Coca-Cola shares have their worst day in over a decade, Apple gets ready to launch a video streaming service. And the role of Netflix in modern relationships.
Jefferies analyst Timothy O’Shea says that even if it gets 250 million subscribers by 2023–100 million more than Netflix now–that would only be 5% of Apple’s revenue.
Trump Declares a National Emergency: Was There One Already?President Trump On February 15, President Trump announced a national emergency to help garner funds for the wall on the US-Mexico border. Declaring an emergency is among the rarely used
Ruth's Hospitality (RUTH) 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.
CBS Corporation (CBS) fourth-quarter 2018 results benefit from its strong content portfolio across it traditional and over-the-top (OTT) platforms.
The Latest Trends in Tech: Amazon, Google, Cisco, Apple, and Dish(Continued from Prior Part)Dish TV’s revenue continues to shrinkSatellite TV provider Dish Network (DISH) reported its fourth-quarter earnings results on February 13. The company’s
Restaurant Brands (QSR) benefits from its solid expansion efforts, various sales building strategies and focus on franchise business model.
A strategist told CNBC Friday that Apple needed to acquire a leading production studio to boost its services business with original content.
As an industry that pays one of the highest average corporate-tax rates, retailers have been one of the largest beneficiaries of the new tax legislation, which lowered the rate to 21%. Traditional retailers have generally paid higher taxes than online retailers like Amazon.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Caterpillar, Netflix, Philip Morris International, Altria and Verizon
Netflix has agreed to pay $19.3bn for television shows and films it wants to stream in the future. All told, Netflix is on the hook for some $24bn. Given the company is free cash flow negative and expects to remain so in the foreseeable future, that suggests it will need to raise more debt soon.
Dear readers Many globetrotters will mourn the A380 jumbo jet. When Airbus announced the demise of the world’s biggest passenger plane this week, the dismay was not confined to employees. The idea of an ...
With its bright colours and zany plotting, The Umbrella Academy (Netflix, from Friday) occasionally nods to its original format as a sequence of graphic novels in overhead shots of pleasing symmetry and stylised movement. With the sudden death of their adoptive father, a billionaire whose sharp whistles and quick-march approach to childcare recalls Captain von Trapp, they return to the family mansion to squabble, fist-fight, trade insults and — a very long way down the list — uncover the truth behind his demise.
Prominent hedge fund managers sold out of Chinese technology stocks and dumped Silicon Valley majors such as Apple Inc and Facebook Inc while global stock markets cratered during the fourth quarter, according to securities filings released on Thursday. Activist hedge fund Jana Partners sold out of its position in major Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and reduced its stake in Apple by approximately 175,000 shares, slicing its position in the company by 63 percent.
Shares of Netflix (NFLX) have soared over 55% since Christmas, to crush Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), and its other FAANG peers. Despite this impressive resurgence, NFLX stock rests roughly 15% below its 52-week high.
Quarterly revenue and earnings are up at the broadcast company but not as much as Wall Street had hoped. Blame increased spending on content.