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Bank of America Corporation
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Axalta Coating Systems Ltd.
Facebook won't overcome the yawning advertiser revolt in response to hate content overnight, suggests a Goldman Sachs strategist that specializes in tech investing.
NVIDIA and two other tech giants will give your portfolio valuable exposure to the growing AI market.
What happened Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) stock is trailing the market this year. Shares have fallen 19% compared to a 4% decline in the S&P 500 through the end of June, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
In this coronavirus-ravaged world, e-commerce is gaining further momentum, thereby providing a boost to the otherwise-beleaguered transportation sector.
While General Motors' (GM) defense arm secures contracts worth $223 million to manufacture infantry squad vehicle, Ford (F) ties up with Disney for the launch of its Bronco SUV.
With continued weakness in international travel demand, American Airlines (AAL) expects to lower international capacity by 25% next summer. The carrier also plans to cease operations in some routes.
AWS was already the largest cloud infrastructure platform in the world, and Amazon revealed it was highly profitable -- which could offset the lower margins of its core marketplace business. Locking customers into its Prime ecosystem -- which offered discounts, free shipping, streaming media, and other perks -- further widened its moat against its brick-and-mortar rivals.
When investors think about e-commerce stocks, they often overlook Visa (NYSE: V) and Mastercard (NYSE: MA). Many online purchases are made with credit and debit cards, and Visa and Mastercard operate the two largest card processing networks in the world. Like an online toll road, Visa and Mastercard collect a small fee each time someone uses one of their cards to make an online transaction -- and the number of times this happens is soaring.
Under the deal, starting next year Emergent will provide large-scale manufacturing services to produce the drug substance over five years, with the first two years valued at about $480 million. The news follows a $135 million deal struck by the two companies in April, to use Emergent's manufacturing facilities to speed up the development and production of its vaccine candidate.
If not repaid, then tech debt, like the monetary kind, can incur “interest”, making change even more expensive to implement later. Cultural debt may be a similar phenomenon in many businesses, particularly in the tech sector. One intriguing question is whether Apple will have to repay its cultural debt as it squares up for a fist-fight with regulators.
More than $91 billion of Berkshire Hathaway's $214 billion portfolio is invested in this very well-known company.
Zoom etiquette classes, digital job shadowing and online scavenger hunts await the thousands of students who begin Wall Street’s first year of virtual internships on Monday. Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase all welcome their summer cohorts this week and will seek to capture the essence of one of Wall Street’s oldest rites of passage — in a world where interns cannot step foot in their offices. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the traditionally immersive — and highly-competitive — experience of banking internships, where eager twenty-somethings learn technical skills and get hands-on experience, all while trying to convince senior executives to hire them full-time.
A combination of resilient business models and low payout ratios provide the opportunity for these companies to boost their payments.
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) recently announced that it will permanently close all of its brick-and-mortar Microsoft Stores worldwide. In a press release, Microsoft VP David Porter noted that the tech giant's "product portfolio has evolved to largely digital offerings, and our talented team has proven success serving customers beyond any physical location." Microsoft stated that it wouldn't lay off any staff as part of the reorganization, and that it would continue paying its retail employees as they transferred to remote sales, training, and support positions.
After having plunged during the first three months of the year, the Dow Jones Industrials (DJINDICES: ^DJI) have bounced back sharply from their worst levels of the year. Amid a couple dozen losing stocks in the Dow, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) is doing a lot to limit the average's losses. What's particularly impressive about the software giant's 31% rise so far this year is that it comes on the heels of an even sharper 55% climb for Microsoft in 2019.
U.S. automakers have been squeezed this year by a combination of falling demand because of the weak economy and supply constraints because of coronavirus-related plant shutdowns. GM and its dealers delivered 492,489 vehicles in the U.S. during the second quarter: down 34% year over year. All four of its brands posted sales declines in excess of 30%, including a 41.4% drop at Cadillac, which was hurt by a soft luxury vehicle market.
In less than five weeks, the benchmark S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) plunged 34%, representing the fastest bear market descent in history. Of the past eight bear markets, there have been 13 total corrections of at least 10% within the three years following a bear market bottom. This means the typical rise from a bear market bottom features one or two substantive corrections.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B) shares fell 21% in the first six months of the year. Most of the stocks in Berkshire's investment portfolio were down as well. Here are Warren Buffett's three biggest winners in the first half of 2020 -- and whether or not they're still great stocks to buy for investors who aren't yet legends.
Futures: Fireworks continued on Wall Street, as Leaderboard stocks Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Tesla led the Nasdaq to a new high. Three other Leaderboard stocks broke out.
The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said U.S. District Judge Paul Borman abused his discretion by requiring GM CEO Mary Barra and FCA's head, Mike Manley, to meet face-to-face for reasons unrelated to the case, and without taking into account the risks of travel during the COVID-19 pandemic. The district judge's order for the parties to report back to the court in only eight days was also unwarranted, the appeals court said.
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