|Bid||1,861.25 x 800|
|Ask||1,862.04 x 1100|
|Day's Range||1,851.00 - 1,869.34|
|52 Week Range||1,307.00 - 2,050.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.74|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||77.76|
|Earnings Date||Jul 24, 2019 - Jul 29, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||2,170.21|
Target continues to defy conventional thinking in retail right now.
Amazon investors are expected to vote on a measure calling for the company to halt sales of its facial recognition technology to police during its investors day on May 22.
Charlie O'Shea, retail analyst at Moody's, and CNBC's retail reporter Courtney Reagan join 'Squawk Box' with their analyst on the latest retail earnings from Target, Kohl's, JC Penny and more.
Now, perhaps Target, and that firm's turn-around makes them the most impressive story in the bunch. Target CEO Brian Cornell took over the reins of this then troubled firm in 2014. Ironically, Cornell came with a Walmart background, having served as the CEO of Sam's Club from 2009 to 2012.
How Amazon and eBay Are Working to Drive Future Growth(Continued from Prior Part)eBay opens first concept store in BritainAmazon (AMZN), Alibaba (BABA), and JD.com (JD) are not the only major e-commerce companies investing in physical stores. eBay
Stein Mart’s stock got a 45 percent bump Tuesday from the news that the department store chain will install Amazon lockers at nearly 200 of its locations in 28 states in an effort to attract more foot traffic. The news came just before the company released fiscal first-quarter 2019 results today showing net sales were down more than $12 million from the same period a year ago. Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) shoppers can choose to have their packages delivered to the lockers, which are currently available at Whole Foods markets, convenience stores and other locations in more 70 major metropolitan areas across the country then go pick them up.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Amazon.com, Microsoft, Facebook, Middlesex Water and M/I Homes
This time around, Alibaba didn't shy away from discussing the trade war, but decided to deal with those concerns head-on. Fundamentally, Alibaba is a rapidly growing conglomerate which is hugely undervalued. Alibaba's co-founder and Executive Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai came out swinging on the earnings call last week.
How Alibaba Is Pursuing e-Commerce and Cloud Dominance(Continued from Prior Part)Alibaba takes cloud market share from Amazon in AsiaAlibaba (BABA) has taken the lead in Asia’s cloud computing market, and it now has its sights set on a global
The tariff battle between China and U.S. has become more than just talk. After President Trump raised tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of imports from China, Trump has now targeted Huawei adding it to a trade blacklist. Huawei is a big company with around $100 billion in revenue last year. The intelligence community […]
Kohl’s said weather and promotions were among the reasons for the earnings shortfall, but the second half looks brighter thanks to the nationwide rollout of the Amazon Returns program.
Facebook's latest virtual reality (VR) device, called Oculus Quest, gets good reviews. Apps download straight to the device and WiFi connects users for multiplayer games. Comic book superheroes are notably scarce in VR content, which seems odd because comic book fans are super-passionate about their make-believe worlds.
Pineapple leaves, fish scales and wine pulp are not the most obvious raw materials for textiles, but they are among hundreds of innovative and sustainable elements that businesses are starting to use in their production processes. Nina Marenzi, a Swiss entrepreneur and former management consultant, founded The Sustainable Angle in 2010 with a mission to introduce clients to innovative textiles that can be used in product production and help reduce corporate environmental impact. “We have to come up with fibres that don’t have [a negative] environmental impact,” Ms Marenzi says.
BRUSSELS/PARIS, May 22 (Reuters) - French supermarket groups Casino and Intermarche are being investigated by EU antitrust inspectors, the companies said on Wednesday, after EU regulators said they were looking into a potential breach of rules that prohibit cartels. The European Commission said its antitrust inspectors raided the premises of two French grocery retailers earlier this week as part of a preliminary investigation. Casino said separately that Commission agents visited its Paris headquarters this week, but did not provide further details.