- AAPLBloomberg•7 hours ago
Apple Inc. losing steam only makes it a bargain. The iPhone maker is cheap and the risk is lower, according to Robert Naess, who oversees 33 billion euros ($37 billion) in stocks at Nordea Bank, Scandinavia’s largest bank. “Apple is boring now,” he said in an interview at Nordea’s offices in Oslo Thursday.
- BusinessBusiness Insider•23 hours ago
America's largest supermarkets are slashing prices amid ongoing food-price deflation and growing pressure from the rapid expansion of discount-grocery chains like Aldi. The price cuts are squeezing profits and dragging down company shares. Kroger, Whole Foods, Sprouts Farmers Market, and Dollar General have seen their stock prices drop a collective 13% in the last three months.
- financeSeana Smith•4 hours ago
Major League Baseball (MLB) players no longer have an easy decision when it comes to deciding which bat to choose. Inside a woodshop in Norristown, Pennsylvania, David Chandler, the CEO of Chandler Bats, is a rising star in the bat maker industry. In its first year, the company received a MLB certificate