Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL) will report 2014’s first-quarter earnings after the bell today (Wednesday), and analysts are predicting earnings per share (EPS) of $6.39 on revenue of $15.5 billion.
you’d better believe it will be brain-dead simple to rent or buy from Amazon’s considerable trove of video and music content.
In a letter to eBay shareholders, Icahn charged eBay leadership with the most “blatant disregard” for accountability that his firm Icahn Enterprises “has ever seen.”
Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) stock may not get much of a boost when the company reports earnings after the market close today (Wednesday), but it would be a mistake to underestimate the veteran tech giant.
This doesn’t happen very often.
Carl Icahn has been foiled in one of his activist investing ploys, and by none other than Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).
This year has seen the busiest U.S. IPO market since 2007, with 199 companies already going public.
Their performance has investors fearing we’ve hit IPO market bubble territory.
If you think Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) will do a booming business on Cyber Monday this year, consider that Chinese shoppers will spend more money today with that country’s top e-commerce website, Alibaba.com Ltd., than American shoppers will spend on Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
I’ve made no bones about my feelings for Facebook Inc (Nasdaq: FB) – that it’s overrated, a flash in the pan, and ultimately doomed.
Yes, the company just knocked the ball off earnings yesterday. And the stock is up 4.86% as I write this. But I really couldn’t care less what happens in the short term. I still can’t get behind its long-term potential.
After more than 30 years in the markets, I’ve seen all kinds of new technologies that are supposed to change the world. Most are pumped by little-known companies with overly hyped marketing, aggressive underwriters, and little more than vaporware. To say I’m jaded would be an understatement.
Some key earnings reports that came in stronger than expected pushed markets higher Friday, to end the week with a gain.