News items influencing stocks Tuesday include Amazon’s pursuit of MGM Studios and the latest Elon Musk inspired cryptocurrency thrill ride.
For those overweight in tech heavy NASDAQ shares, Tuesday began, like Monday, as yet another adventure in investing Hell.
The ghostly reappearance Sunday of the beleaguered Parler site seemed a like that old image of Kilroy that popped up in unexpected places.
Monday market stats might be a bit skewed on this partial Federal holiday. Otherwise, it’s a Happy Columbus Day for the bulls.
The plot to Amazon Prime’s new original series “Utopia" has Cosplaying Comic-Con attendees saving the world.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ is up 0.52% Friday, mainly on the wings of Apple (trading symbol: (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN). Coronavirus bonus?
It’s another week and another likely wild ride on Wall Street for US stocks, as tech CEOs face Congress on censorship.
US stocks stumbled badly in a dubious celebration of May Day 2020. Is more market pain on tap for the first full week in the Merry Month of May?
US trade rep indicates a partial US-China trade deal may be near. Meanwhile, Amazon earnings disappoint as shares tank. Big time.
Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission) launched anti-trust investigations of tech Google, aka Alphabet Facebook and Amazon.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ is getting clobbered in Tuesday trading action. The surprise villain in this Big Tech massacre is Google, aka Alphabet.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos casual disses eBay, others, plus more tap-dancing from Elon Musk, controversial head of Tesla. Hubris alert incoming.
he alleged reason for Friday's market downdraft: February’s surprisingly low employment numbers. Just 80,000 US workers landed new jobs last month.
The Amazon HQ2 project in NYC would have provided more than 25,000 high paying jobs to NYC residents. But the deal didn't appeal to hardcore Socialists.
State and local officials are hoping to convince Amazon to build "HQ2" in the Newark area. Amazon was originally planning on building in NYC.
Jeff Bezos is blaming Trump, David Pecker, the Saudi's and the Enquirer for his sex scandal when he only has himself to blame.
Sears did not believe that Lampert’s buyout proposal would adequately cover the company's already heavy indebtedness to vendors and bankruptcy advisors.
Powerful Bald White Guys run this world. Giving Powerful Bald White Guys their due requires bringing them out of the shadows.
Amazon (symbol: AMZN) and Alphabet, aka Google (GOOGL) reported disappointing (for them) earnings. Worse, Amazon indicated confused forward guidance. Result: A Wall Street catastrophe.
Online shoppers hit Amazon’s Amazon Prime Day promotion hard. The stampede caused the company's retail website to experience serious connectivity issues Monday. Also on Monday, Netflix reported great profit numbers after the closing bell. But the Netflix new subscriber tally disappointed Wall Street. Badly.