How Amazon Fared in 4Q16
Amazon (AMZN) is in a race to conquer India’s (EPI) (INDA) e-commerce market, whose value is predicted to be more than $100 billion by 2020.
Top Olympics sponsor Last month, Alibaba (BABA) announced that it had become a top sponsor of the Olympics following a deal with the International Olympic Committee, or IOC. Alibaba will…
Deal would have valued Souq at $1 billion Souq.com has been described as the Amazon.com of the Middle East, and Amazon (AMZN) was supposed to team up with Flipkart of…
China has demonstrated great interest in the Nokia 6 at a time when consumer interest in Apple (AAPL) iPhones seems to be waning.
Apple (AAPL) is looking to India and other emerging markets to drive its next phase of growth.
India was the world’s top Android app consumer in 2016, and Indians downloaded 6.2 billion apps from Google Play in 2016.
New Zealand is now questioning the tax practices of Microsoft (MSFT).
Apple is joining peers Amazon and Alibaba in making promises that seemed aimed at currying favor with the Trump administration.
Facebook (FB) is investing $100 million in the constructions of a data center in Denmark.
Alphabet and Facebook could face with a complicated business landscape in the EU at a time when the bloc’s digital advertising industry is set to expand.
There is a market consensus about the significant growth expected in cybersecurity, but FireEye (FEYE) appears to be losing its foothold in this space.
Barack Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act into federal law in 2010.
Gorman was disappointed with the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. The UK’s referendum had some immediate effects on the markets (VGK) (HEDJ).
According to Gorman, China’s transition and trade war with the US are points of concern.
Gorman says that the positive market sentiment has been driving consumption among consumers.
CNBC conducted an interview with James Gorman, Morgan Stanley’s chair and CEO, on January 19. Gorman shared his views on the US markets and global economic growth.
If Trump implements his trade policies and initiates a trade war with China, tech players such as Microsoft, IBM (IBM), and Apple (AAPL) will face a significant threat due to their dependence on China.
China could harm national security The United States (SPY) is worried about China’s (FXI) (MCHI) aggressive push to build its domestic semiconductor industry using US technologies. A US presidential panel…
India is the world’s fastest growing smartphone market, but Apple’s share of the market is less than 5%.
Apple recently removed the NY Times news app from its Chinese App Store. But has it become desperate enough to risk its reputation in the West?