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Roku had $398.6 million in revenue last year, up 25 percent from $319.9 million in 2015.
In at least seven major cities, home prices are rising too far and too fast, UBS says.
JPMorgan predicts Applied Materials will report earnings above Wall Street expectations next year.
The Food and Drug Administration approved Abbott's FreeStyle Libre glucose monitoring system.
Foot traffic is back to normal at Whole Foods after a brief post-Amazon spike, and some small suppliers are nervous about centralization.
Longbow Research raises its rating on McDonald's to buy from neutral, saying it will report sales above Wall Street expectations.
Hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson is reportedly shutting down his fund at a time when industry assets are growing but returns continue to lag.
There is a positive correlation between market performance and companies owned by their founder or family, according to Credit Suisse.
Deutsche Bank reiterates its hold rating on Apple shares, predicting iPhone sales will come in below Wall Street estimates in fiscal 2019.
Despite improved profits, Rite Aid shares sink after it reports a revenue miss and a drop in same-store sales.
With tax reform on the table, the earnings story could be heating up soon. Some have even started doing the math.
We are long overdue for a correction, according to former Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach.
Economists at the Royal Bank of Canada gave an optimistic take on tax reform plans unveiled in the U.S.
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