Alibaba, JD.com Can’t Lose in China

In 2017, Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE: WMT) has proven that there’s plenty of room for two e-commerce giants to thrive in the U.S. market. According to Stifel analyst Scott Devitt, there’s no need for U.S. investors to pick between Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA) and JD.com Inc (JD) in China.

Mattel Stock Isn’t a Lot of Fun Right Now

Mattel, Inc. (Nasdaq: MAT) stock tumbled more than 4 percent on Tuesday as investors continue to digest the company’s recent guidance cut and subsequent credit downgrades from three major credit agencies. The credit downgrades dig Mattel’s hole a little bit deeper as it looks to implement an aggressive turnaround plan in coming years.

Pepsi Is All In on the Tesla Semi

Less than a month after unveiling its new long-range electric Semi truck, Tesla Inc (TSLA) has received its largest pre-order for the vehicle yet. On Tuesday, a PepsiCo Inc (PEP) executive said the company has ordered 100 Tesla Semis, bringing total known reservations to 267, according to Reuters.

Amazon Takes Aim at Europe

Amazon.com, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) has been a major market disruptor in the U.S. in recent years. But as the company continues to attack new markets in North America, pushing its way into similar markets around the world may come with a unique set of challenges for Amazon.

Bitcoin Bubble Signs Are Everywhere

Not even a fresh batch of bitcoin short sellers can slow down the cryptocurrency’s bullish momentum. The price of bitcoin surged once again on Sunday following the launch of bitcoin futures trading, but Loup Ventures analyst Gene Munster says he is seeing even more anecdotal evidence of a bitcoin bubble.