1,170.00 +4.92 (0.42%)
Pre-Market: 8:59AM EST
|Bid||1,167.70 x 100|
|Ask||1,169.50 x 300|
|Day's Range||1,161.61 - 1,173.60|
|52 Week Range||747.70 - 1,213.41|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||297.06|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Amazon is making up a larger and larger portion of ecommerce, and is projected to continue this track.
Shopping online makes all of our lives easier but it's actually making life harder for the Federal Reserve. Online comparison shopping is making it difficult for the federal Reserve to decide on how much and how fast interest rates should be raised, according to the Wall Street Journal. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer breakdown the latest details.
Two major hospitals, Ascension and Providence Saint Joseph Health are in talks about a possible merger. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Melody Hahm discuss what a merger would mean for patients.
Analysts say Stitch Fix could further disrupt the apparel retail business, and has the potential to grow its two million users by as much as double.
Europe's top online-only fashion retailer Zalando is stepping up its fast-growing brand partnerships programme, building on ties with the likes of Nike and Superdry to repel the challenge of U.S. interloper Amazon. The German company's share price has come under pressure as Amazon's big push into fashion has prompted Zalando to increase investment in logistics and technology to keep pace, forcing it to trim profit forecasts. Launched in Berlin in 2008, Zalando has grown fast to sell almost 2,000 brands in 15 countries via a classical e-commerce model, buying in stock to be sold online and shipped from its vast warehouses.
Europe's top online-only fashion retailer Zalando is stepping up its fast-growing brand partnerships programme, building on ties with the likes of Nike and Superdry to repel the challenge of U.S. interloper Amazon. The German company's share price has come under pressure as Amazon's big push into fashion has prompted Zalando to increase investment in logistics and technology to keep pace, forcing it to trim profit forecasts.
From technology titan AT&T to legacy retailer J.C. Penney, North Texas is home to a diverse set of businesses. Dallas Business Journal readers reflected that diversity with an interest in a wide variety of topics in 2017.
Time magazine named “The Silence Breakers” as its 2017 person of the year on Wednesday, referring to the many individuals who helped expose the prevalence of sexual harassment and gender discrimination ...
Alphabet Inc’s (NASDAQ:GOOGL) $399 Google Home Max is now available online and in stores, just in time for Christmas. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) may have missed the holiday sales boat with its premium HomePod smart speaker, but Google isn’t making the same mistake. The Google Home Max joins the Google Home and Google Home Mini to take on the mighty Amazon Echo. It’s a battle for market share, but smart speaker sales are also an important move toward boosting hardware’s profile at Alphabet and helping to reduce GOOGL stock’s dependence on ad revenue.
The rise of bitcoin has generated a frenzy around ICOs, but the SEC and some experts argue that investors should be wary of scams.
** Troubled British construction firm Carillion said it had reached a deal to sell a large part of its UK healthcare facilities management business to outsourcing group Serco, helping it cut its debt by 41.4 million pounds. ** A unit of Thai Beverage has expressed interest in buying about 51 percent of Vietnam's Sabeco, the Vietnamese trade ministry, which is looking to sell a $5 billion stake in the nation's biggest brewer, said. ** Malaysia's AMMB Holdings (AmBank) Bhd is weighing a sale of its general insurance business as part of a move to exit non-core businesses and focus on its main bank operations, said three people with knowledge of the development.
SYDNEY/MELBOURNE, Dec 13 (Reuters) - For investors in Australia's Westfield Corp, its $16 billion sale to European property giant Unibail-Rodamco may mark a turning point for a mall industry under pressure to reinvent itself amid fierce online competition. "He probably thought that he'd taken it as far as he could with his sons, and there were other people that may have a different way of approaching the industry," said Harold Finger, founder of Sydney-based shopping centre investor Haben Property Fund Pty Ltd, who has known Lowy since he was a boy.
As more and more streaming services come online, and younger content consumers simply do not care where or how they view content, the traditional cable/satellite model is struggling. As time goes on and this trend locks in, the most likely beneficiary may be Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN). It’s just one more reason to own AMZN stock.