Apple is no longer the No. 1 innovative company in the world, according to the latest ranking by Fast Company. The new list for 2019 is now out — and has non-U.S. companies in the top two spots.
Stocks recovered from an early slide Monday afternoon as gains in technology and media companies outweighed losses in health care firms and elsewhere in the market. A report showing U.S. factory orders declined in November weighed on stocks earlier in the day. Concerns over slower economic growth overshadowed a mostly
The amazing post-Christmas/PPT/Trump rally appears to finally be over.
Prominent hedge fund managers sold out of Chinese technology stocks and dumped Silicon Valley giants like Apple Inc and Facebook Inc while global stock markets cratered during the fourth quarter, according to securities filings released on Thursday.
In his open letter last night, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos hit back at claims his dick-pic-sending signals a level of recklessness that investors had previously not considered
Data from research firm Gartner showed that across the whole of 2018, Samsung’s market share fell from 20.9 percent to 19 percent, while Apple went from 14 percent to 13.4 percent. Gartner says iPhone sales were down 2.7 percent to just over 209 million units, mostly due to the difficulties
Netflix is only beginning to grow, if the stock market's expectations are to be believed.
Tech stocks are uniquely positioned to profit from a continued rally in US stocks and defend against a market downturn, according to equity strategists at Credit Suisse.
The trade war is considered the biggest geopolitical risk to corporate earnings, and is a huge source of uncertainty.
Stocks have been on a volatile path for the past several months, and some Wall Street experts say recent weakness has created a prime buying opportunity for investors.
John Lynch, the chief investment officer at $628 billion LPL Financial, says the S&P 500 will rise roughly 10% from current levels by the end of 2019.
California wealth manager Jon Porter is not fazed by Apple's recent stock woes.