In late May, Amazon (AMZN) opened its first physical bookstore in New York City, and the move has generated a lot of debate.
The trouble for Verizon will likely come from reduced merger options.
Netflix’s (NFLX) balance sheet reflects total debt of $3.4 billion. The company recently reported total capital of ~$6.3 billion.
The rise of Netflix and streaming video services isn’t just burning traditional pay-TV providers like Viacom—restaurants are also feeling the heat.
Comcast’s SmartOffice is a cloud-based video surveillance system aimed at small and medium businesses.
Viacom (VIAB) is in need of a turnaround, and it’s searching everywhere for it.
As of June 21, 2017, Comcast (CMCSA) was the largest media player in terms of market capitalization globally at $184.6 billion.
Pay-TV providers AT&T and DISH have jumped on the online television bandwagon to respond to cord-cutting, but Comcast has resisted.
Micron is currently trading at a PE ratio of 54.6x, but the EPS estimates for the next year have put its forward PE ratio at 6.0x.
Micron stock has risen 11.0% in the last month and 38.4% since the start of 2017.
On June 29, 2017, Micron is set to release its fiscal 3Q17 earnings. In this series, we’ll see what to expect from its upcoming earnings.
In recent months, Baidu (BIDU) has suffered a string of executive departures, which its management has largely downplayed. For investors, frequent talent outflows could raise questions.
At the end of its annual investor meeting in May 2017, Twitter left no doubt that it had been seriously considering a premium service that it could charge its members a fee to access.
While Baidu is the largest Internet search provider in China, WeChat is the country’s dominant social messaging app.
Pakistan is one of the overseas markets that Facebook (FB) is eyeing for growth, but it’s complicated.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is venturing into the online job recruitment business with a search engine designed to connect employers and job seekers.
The rise of Facebook (FB) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google as powerful advertising forces has been a joy for their investors and a pain for their competitors.
Several major brands yanked their ads from Alphabet’s (GOOGL) YouTube platform after they discovered that they’d been appearing next to clips promoting extremist views.
LinkedIn, which sold itself to Microsoft (MSFT) last year, is in the race to profit from marketers’ spending on Internet advertising on social networks.
Amazon’s (AMZN) resilience is about to be tested in a major way in a market where it’s just beginning to take root.