By: Elizabeth Gurdus
Jim Cramer made sense of the recent sell-off in the market and warned investors that the worst isn’t over. » Read More
By: Elizabeth Gurdus
Jim Cramer says Wal-Mart is the only retailer whose suppliers give it a viable way to compete head-to-head with Amazon. » Read More
It makes sense for Apple to be doubling down on this type of technology for a few reasons.
The company also said its quarterly net income more than doubled and raised its full-year earnings forecast.
Alibaba Group, the Chinese e-commerce giant, is becoming a real competitor against Amazon and Facebook, N.Y. Times reports.
There are questions hovering over the behind-the-scenes bargaining, Recode reports.
Saad has been at Uber since November 2015, Recode reports.
Faced with the threat of Amazon, Wal-Mart has been rolling out initiatives like "easy reorder" and free two-day shipping.
MKM Partners says Target's online and small-format store initiatives will enable the retailer to compete with Amazon.
Looking ahead, Wal-Mart has raised the low end of its earnings outlook for the full year.
Alibaba, China's largest e-commerce firm, reported first-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates, helped by strength in the Chinese e-commerce market.
The NYT spoke with customers at Walmarts to hear their views on the Walmart CEO's decision to weigh into the political fray.
Hyundai Motor said on Thursday it will launch a long-range electric vehicle with a driving range of 500 km (311 miles) per charge after 2021.
Jim Cramer dished out his shopping list of stocks ripe for the picking, despite turmoil in Washington.
Jim Cramer uncovers three companies that can buck Amazon's retail domination, namely TJX, Urban Outfitters and Target.
Jim Cramer says U.S. companies are making money despite Washington because business does not need politics behind it to succeed.
Retailers are facing "revenue cliffs" and margin compression this year, and it's not clear to investors where the bottom is.
L Brands shares fell nearly 8 percent in after-hours trading after the company shared a weak outlook for the third quarter.
NAFTA negotiations around "rules of origin" could affect supply chains and raise costs.
Argo won the lottery, essentially. What remains to be seen is if Ford made a wise roll of the dice, The Verge reports.
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