Benzinga recently had the chance to speak with Make-Cup founder and CEO Christina Bellas about the idea behind her new product, her principled decision to choose a U.S. manufacturer and the most difficult part of the process to make her vision for Make-Cup a reality.
Time Warner Inc TWX 0.94% shares are up another 7.9 percent on Friday following reports that AT&T Inc. T 0.03% could be interested in a buyout. While Time Warner investors are cheering a possible deal, Bank of America analyst Jessica Cohen isn’t convinced of the benefits.
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 0.38% shares closed up over 4 percent in a weak Friday session following an earnings report that Bank of America describes as strong “across the board.”
La-Z-Boy Incorporated LZB 2.42% shares are down 6.5 percent on Friday after the company’s CEO painted a bleak picture of the furniture business at a meeting with analysts on Thursday night.
Verizon Communications Inc. VZ 0.68% shares were trading down once again on Friday following a disappointing Q3 earnings report. Goldman Sachs analyst Brett Feldman remains on the sidelines when it comes to Verizon stock as wireless competition heats up.
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 0.38% shares are soaring more than 4.0 percent in a weak session on Friday following a strong Q3 earnings report. William Blair analyst Jason Ader believes the company’s cloud computing numbers are most impressive of all.
Puma Biotechnology Inc (NYSE: PBYI) has had one of its most volatile weeks in recent memory thanks to weak demand for a secondary offering. falling over 28 percent from its Tuesday high of $54.65
Investors are going long fear and short hope. According to a new report by Citi Research analyst Robert Buckland, money has been pouring out of stocks and into bonds in 2016.
McDonald’s Corporation MCD 0.02% shareholders are cheering the company’s across-the-board Q3 earnings beat released prior to the market open on Friday. Stephens analysts Will Slabaugh expects McDonald’s to continue focusing on what is working in Q4: breakfast.
Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) shares have been all over the grid so far in 2016, as wave after wave of buyout rumors come and go. Most recently, TWTR stock plunged 30% in the first two weeks of October on reports that Salesforce.com, Inc. (NYSE:CRM) and other potential suitors are no longer interested in acquiring the embattled…