Did you know that Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) went skidding into the end of 2017? Some investors may not have noticed the underperformance in Google stock, as it stumbled up to and through the holiday trading periods. On Dec. 18, Alphabet stock leaped to new all-time highs, before d
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After examining Walt Disney’s (DIS) earnings, which were released after yesterday’s market close, Stifel’s Benjamin Mogil and Kevin Lee Hon Siong argued that they “continue to view Disney as a Tale of Two Stories.” They explain why:
Disney reported 4Q16 results which were in-line with our estimates but below those of consensus expectations.....More>>>
Universal Health Services (UHS) tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today after BuzzFeed published an investigative story alleging that the company’s psychiatric hospitals put profits ahead of people.
Shares of Universal Health Services dropped 12% to$111.30 today, while the S&P 500 rose 1.3% to 2,241.35, a record high.
Mike Komaransky spent 16 years trading, starting out as a clerk in the pits of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, buying and selling everything from U.S. Treasuries to European fixed income derivatives. He spent his career at DRW Holdings, becoming a partner at the proprietary trading firm that run
SAN FRANCISCO Embattled Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is on the hunt for a savior.
In human resources terms, hes looking to hire a chief operating officer, someone to help guide the operational and strategic direction of a company that has been rocked in past weeks by accusations of sexism, a l
When it comes to stocks, bigger is not always better.
Sometimes name recognition works against a company, in that some investors happily buy shares in companies they've heard of. That's the stock market equivalent of when novice horse racing fans bet aggressively on a contender based
NEW YORK Stores are pushing deals and incentives like free shipping for the final week of the holiday shopping season, as new numbers show people are so far spending at a bit of a slower pace than last year.
Retailers pared down their inventories and offered more exclusive merchandise