Why Facebook Needs a Search Ad Feature Soon

Although Facebook is a stiff competitor in the display ad market, it doesn't have much of a presence in the search ad market.

Oil Rig Count Returned to a Multiyear High

On October 3, US crude oil active futures settled at $76.4 per barrel—the highest closing level since November 21, 2014.

Ford’s Self-Driving Cars to Deliver Domino’s Pizza

In February 2017, Ford announced a $1 billion investment in tech startup Argo AI.

Why Video Strategy Won’t Drive Twitter’s Costs through the Roof

Twitter’s (TWTR) total costs and expenses (or opex) fell 16% YoY (year-over-year) to $582.4 million in 3Q17 despite the company's announcing roughly 30 live video partnerships during the quarter.

AT&T Wakes Up to Prepaid Reality

AT&T (T) has been going for prepaid customers since reporting that gains in its prepaid business underpinned its success in the latest quarter.

Why Did Fiat Chrysler’s Revenues Fall in Q1?

Analysts’ target price on Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) has fallen in the past year. As of April 29, the company's forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple was 1.8x.

Nike’s Gross Margin Expected to Contract Further in Fiscal 2Q18

Nike's (NKE) EPS (earnings per share) is expected to fall 18% YoY (year-over-year) to $0.41, according to Wall Street estimates.

Consumer comfort ticks up, supporting builders like PulteGroup

While the report is on balance negative (not surprising, given that the index itself is below 50), perceptions of the economy are highly negative (24% positive versus 76% negative).

What Are Large Oilfield Companies’ Correlations with Crude Oil?

The correlation coefficient between Schlumberger’s stock price and crude oil prices from January 11, 2017, to January 11, 2018, was 0.47.