Regardless of whether the next U.S. president is Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, a handful of advertisers might look back on this election season as a huge disappointment.
Oracle Corporation ORCL 0.36% has announced a huge deal to expand its cloud business by buying NetSuite Inc N 0.41% for $9.3 billion.
Another earnings season has come and gone for General Motors Company GM 1.77% and Ford Motor Company F 0.39%, and shareholders are once again disappointed with the market’s reaction.
GoPro Inc GPRO 2.92% shares are up 7.6 percent following a big Q2 earnings beat. Barclays analyst Joseph Wolf sees the quarter as solid, but believes this year’s holiday season will tell the true story of GoPro’s future.
So far, the market seems to like Analog Devices, Inc. ADI 0.61%’s $14.8 billion buyout of chipmaker Linear Technology Corporation LLTC 0.84%. Analog’s share price has jumped more than 6.7 percent in the past five trading sessions.
It’s certainly been an eventful week for Verizon Communications Inc. VZ 1%. The company kicked off the week by announcing that it has agreed to buy Yahoo! Inc. YHOO 0.86% for $4.8 billion. Verizon then reported mixed Q2 results, including an earnings beat and a small revenue miss.
The S&P 500 has had a heck of a July, breaking out to new all-time highs. While it’s fun to sit and watch your stock portfolio delivering gains on a daily basis, Eagle Bay Capital founder J.C. Parets believes every stock trader should know his or her exit points.
After a shaky first few months as a public company, Facebook Inc(NASDAQ:FB) stock started a steady march higher that has continued without interruption for nearly four years.
Caterpillar Inc. CAT 0.19% shares are up more than 5 percent this week after the company slashed its full-year guidance and announced yet another round of job cuts. Caterpillar is now expecting to earn $3.55 per share in 2016 compared to previous guidance of $3.70.
Netflix, Inc. NFLX 0.44% is rolling out a huge amount of new content in August, including classic movies like “The Fast and the Furious.” Netflix is also debuting new original content such as “The Little Prince” and bull-riding docu-series “Fearless.”