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Oppenheimer analyst Rupesh Parikh recently visited a Kroger pilot store in Washington and was impressed with what he saw.
What You Should Know about NVIDIA's Autonomous Vehicle Efforts(Continued from Prior Part)NVIDIA immune to declining auto salesThe global automotive industry is suffering from declining demand, which has affected sales of automotive chip giant NXP
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Tech workers in China protesting a corporate culture of grueling work schedules are getting some support from their U.S. peers.
SEATTLE (AP) — Looking back at her time as an early Microsoft employee, Melinda Gates said the brash culture at the famously tough, revolutionary tech company made her want to quit, but that she didn't discuss it with her boyfriend, and later her husband, Bill Gates, the company CEO who embodied that culture.
What You Should Know about NVIDIA's Autonomous Vehicle EffortsNVIDIA’s go-to-market strategy in automotiveNVIDIA (NVDA) is a leading discrete GPU (graphics processing unit) provider and is expanding its customer base by identifying new verticals
Nasdaq's (NDAQ) Q1 results is likely to be aided by growth in exchange data products across U.S. and Nordic equities and solid options and fixed income businesses.
PayPal's (PYPL) first-quarter 2019 results are likely to be driven by robust Venmo and One Touch. Further, the Braintree buyout is expected to contribute.
Microsoft's (MSFT) third-quarter results are likely to benefit from enterprise strength, robust Office 365 & Azure adoption.
Dalio’s Bridgewater Warns about Peak Margins—Should You Care?Bridgewater Associates In a published report, the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, warned about peak US (SPY) (DIA) profit margins. As reported by CNBC,
Beyond Meat, a California-based agritech start-up, on Monday said it is aiming to raise as much as $184m with an initial public offering next month that will value it at more than $1bn. The company, which is backed by investors including US meat producer Tyson and Bill Gates, said it plans to sell shares at $19-$21 a piece. At the high end of the range, the IPO would give the company a market value of $1.2bn.
First-quarter revenue at Huawei rose 39 per cent from the previous year to Rmb179.7bn ($26.8bn), an increase that suggests US efforts to persuade countries to ban the Chinese group’s telecoms equipment from their 5G networks have not tempered growth. Washington’s bid to sway other countries to join it in blocking Huawei on the grounds the company’s equipment creates a security risk has only been partially successful: while Australia and Canada have joined the US in blocking Huawei kit, several European countries have rolled back on initial hardline stances. Quarterly results on Monday indicated a minimal impact on Huawei’s finances.
Square, the payments company helmed by Jack Dorsey, has put its Terminal device in the hands of more than half the roving concessionaires in Washington Nationals ballpark in Washington, D.C.