3.47k followers • 19 symbols Watchlist by Motif Investing
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.
In response to China's retaliatory tariffs, President Trump tweeted he was "ordering" American companies to look for alternatives to China. The National Retail Federation says that's unrealistic.
Since Netflix posted its Q2 results, its stock has fallen 18%. Could the streaming giant lose its disruptor position as new players enter the market?
The Vanguard Group, Capital Research Global Investors, and BlackRock Institutional Trust all raised their holdings in Netflix stock in the second quarter.
Google said yesterday that it would be shutting down 210 YouTube channels pumping out misinformation about the Hong Kong protests.
CIRP estimates that Amazon Prime members spend $1,400 per year on Amazon’s e-commerce platform—much higher than non-Prime members' $600 annual spending.
Blank-check company Legacy Acquisition Corp. has agreed to purchase a global digital marketing company to be renamed Blue Impact Inc., clearing the way to grow organically and through M&A. Legacy, which raised $300 million almost two years ago, is led by former Procter & Gamble executive Edwin Rigaud but the new company will be […]
Amazon (AMZN) is all set to acquire a 49% stake in Future Coupons, a Future Group entity. The deal will give Amazon an indirect stake in Future Retail.
Amazon (AMZN) agrees to acquire 49% stake in Future Coupons, through which it will be entitled to snap up a minority share in Future Retail.
DICK'S Sporting (DKS) posts better-than-expected second-quarter fiscal 2019 results driven by solid same-store sales performance. Also, it raises its bottom-line view for fiscal 2019.
Essex Property Trust (ESS) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Camden (CPT) has been upgraded to a Zacks Rank 2 (Buy), reflecting growing optimism about the company's earnings prospects. This might drive the stock higher in the near term.
At least 14 airline and airport staff in Hong Kong have been sacked and PwC, the professional services firm, has warned staff about how they publicly express political opinions, in the latest sign of the intense pressure facing companies in the city as it prepares for another weekend of protest. Hong Kong has been gripped by months of demonstrations sparked by an extradition bill that would have allowed criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China for the first time. The proposed law has been suspended but the protests have expanded, with demonstrators planning to block access to Hong Kong’s international airport on Saturday.
This week, we learned about ongoing efforts to end the political crisis in Venezuela. We think that tech companies could benefit if the talks are successful.
Other non-fiction titles go inside Kashmir and the Lyons tea empire. Meanwhile, in the world of fiction, Salman Rushdie’s Booker-longlisted novel takes us on a metafictional American road trip, and James Meek delivers a tale of plague and voyage set in the 14th century. A Don Quixote-inspired quest across America showcases Rushdie’s virtues and vices.
Donald Trump announced on Friday night that he was increasing tariffs on nearly all Chinese imports, ramping up the trade war with Beijing after triggering a sharp market sell-off earlier in the day by warning US companies to leave China. In a series of tweets after the stock market closed, Mr Trump said he was raising existing tariffs on $250bn of Chinese imports from 25 per cent to 30 per cent on October 1, and raising tariffs on $300bn of Chinese goods, due to start on September 1, from 10 per cent to 15 per cent.
Holding on to a metal bar, she will swing through the air as part of today’s two-hour lesson in flying trapeze at Gorilla Circus in Regent’s Park, London. As one of the UK’s most successful and highly acclaimed children’s writers, Rundell spends much of her professional life swinging between abject fear and raucous joy. In novels such as Rooftoppers, The Wolf Wilder and her Costa Children’s Award-winning book The Explorer, her characters often face physical or emotional danger, but always — often with the help of unexpected friendships — manage to conquer their fears and prevail.