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Millennials will advance in their careers, achieve peak income, accumulate stronger purchasing power, which will increase their influence in the consumer marketplace. Companies that can adapt to millennials' spending preferences will be able to thrive and profit.
The Latest News from Amazon and Apple(Continued from Prior Part)Apple’s new streaming service could cost $15 per monthApple’s (AAPL) much-anticipated video streaming service, which is expected to be launched soon, is seen by many as something
Is now the time to buy Walmart stock as the company continues to prove it can adapt to an Amazon (AMZN)-obsessed retail age?
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday said it will release a folding smartphone in April that works with the next-generation 5G networks and will cost almost $2,000, a move to entice consumers to upgrade their phones. The Galaxy Fold will go on sale on April 26, Samsung officials said at an event in San Francisco. The device "breaks new ground because it answers sceptics who said that everything that could be done has been done," DJ Koh, chief executive of Samsung Electronics, said at the event.
The Latest News from Amazon and AppleTwitch is a fast-growing platform for content creatorsAmazon’s (AMZN) Twitch is one of the fastest-growing platforms for content makers. According to a report by Recreate Coalition, American content creators
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook is an "innovator in privacy" despite criticisms of the company's own lapses. In a discussion with Harvard Law Professor Jonathan Zittrain, Zuckerberg said Facebook has long been focused on private messaging. Zuckerberg said encrypted messaging on platforms like WhatsApp gives consumers assurance that governments aren't eavesdropping on them.
A Look at AT&T’s Performance Year-to-Date(Continued from Prior Part)AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW customersAT&T’s (T) DIRECTV NOW is a streaming service that delivers content directly to users via the Internet as a substitute to signing up
PayPal Digest: Venmo, Bitcoin, Share Repurchases, and More(Continued from Prior Part)Venmo on track to process $100 billion in 2019Venmo processed transactions worth $19 billion in the fourth quarter and $62 billion in 2018. PayPal (PYPL) says Venmo
Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, has steadily made major inroads in the devices segment with its voice-controlled smart speakers, Kindle e-books, not to mention the Fire TV Stick, an amazing piece of technology that lets a user stream new movies, TV shows, music and more online on the TV screen.
Tech Trends: The NASDAQ, Google-Facebook Duopoly, and More(Continued from Prior Part)Walmart had a strong holiday seasonDiscount giant Walmart (WMT) reported its fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter (ended in January) results yesterday. The
Is Trump’s Obsession with Markets an Advantage for China?Markets US President Donald Trump apparently sees market performance as a reflection of his personal performance. On several occasions, Trump has boasted of the market’s performance to
PayPal Digest: Venmo, Bitcoin, Share Repurchases, and More(Continued from Prior Part)Venmo’s monetizable base expands to 29% Peer-to-peer payment service Venmo is one of PayPal’s (PYPL) most visible products. And if you ask PayPal’s CEO, Dan
Facebook on Wednesday rolls out a new feature that lets users stop the Facebook app from tracking their location on Android phones. If location tracking was enabled in the past, Facebook's Android app tracks you even when you're not using it. This isn't needed on iOS where users can change iPhone settings from tracking them without having to open an app.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he wouldn't want to have a society where there is "a camera in everyone's living room," seeming to momentarily forget about his company's Portal, which is a camera meant for video chatting in the home. Zuckerberg makes the comment in a discussion with a Harvard Law professor as part of a series of conversations around technology and society he plans to have throughout the year. Zuckerberg concedes that Portal is a camera in people's living rooms but says it would be encrypted.
Tech Trends: The NASDAQ, Google-Facebook Duopoly, and More(Continued from Prior Part)Netflix is leasing more studios in CanadaNetflix (NFLX) announced yesterday that it would be creating a Toronto production hub, which is expected to hire 1,850
Tech Trends: The NASDAQ, Google-Facebook Duopoly, and More(Continued from Prior Part)Twitter’s financial reports look solid despite a shrinking user baseWhile Twitter’s (TWTR) user base is dwindling, its revenue growth remains robust, and the
Tech Trends: The NASDAQ, Google-Facebook Duopoly, and More(Continued from Prior Part)The US digital ad business continues to grow robustlyThe digital ad business has grown tremendously over the years, disrupting the traditional ad space. Google’s
J.P. Morgan Encourages Investors to Buy Stocks despite WorriesUS stock market The US stock market has seen a decent recovery in the first quarter of 2019 so far after a steep decline in the fourth quarter of 2018. As of February 19, the S&P 500