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Hedge Funds Bought Financial, Health Care Stocks in Q4

Hedge funds sliced 1% from their exposure to equities in the fourth quarter of 2016, a sharp change from the 2.9% increase in equities investments in the third quarter. Buyers ...
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Toys’R’Us Chops as Many as 15% of Corporate Workers

According to several media sources, Toys"R"Us has cut as much as 15% of its headquarter staff, which equates to roughly 250 people. It joins many large retailers that have been the ...
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Apple Named World’s Most Innovative Company

For the 11th consecutive year, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been named the world's most innovative company by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). In nine of those years, Google/Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: ...
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Tiger Global Management Dumps Apple, Buys Microsoft, Fiat, Symantec

The hedge fund Tiger Global Management LLC is perhaps one of the more widely followed hedge funds by investors and the media alike. Its latest 13F filing shows 37 positions worth ...
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Should eBay Be Doing More to Stop Sales of Fakes?

Sales of counterfeit items on online marketplaces like eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY), Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) has been and continues to be a ...
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Why Costco Has Been Able to Avoid the Amazon Trap

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has tightened its grip on e-commerce over the past few years, and even now retailers are feeling the squeeze. The likes of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: ...
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Is Amazon Eyeing a Move Into TV?

When Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) starts looking into entering a new business, the existing players had better pay close attention. The latest front appears to be the premium TV and ...
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Who Does Apple Say It Competes With?

Every year, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) sets the compensation for its management. One factor it uses is the pay of executives in its "peer group." These are companies that Apple ...
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383,000 Sign Petition Demanding Amazon Stop Advertising on Breitbart

An international group called SumOfUs has gathered nearly 383,000 signatures on a petition demanding that Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) pull all its advertising from "extreme far right website" Breitbart News. President ...
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Fake FBI and Secret Service Badges Continue to Be Sold at Amazon

While the big e-commerce websites downplay both the numbers and significance of sales of fake products, there is one area where the sellers might want to put more attention. It ...
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Jefferies Has 5 Top Growth Stocks to Buy Now That Have Solid Upside Potential

One good thing about the fourth-quarter earnings season coming to an end is that investors get a chance to reflect on the entire previous year, as well as look ahead ...
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Trump Immigration Ban Now Opposed by 97 Companies

When the attorney general of the state of Washington filed suit against President Donald Trump's executive order restricting travel on legal U.S. immigrants and others, three Washington-based companies quickly signed ...
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Just 14 Stocks Have Created 20% of All Stock Market Gains Since 1924

In what truly is one of the most amazing statistics to ever come across our desks here at 24/7 Wall St., we recently saw a chart that showed that just ...
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How Analysts Take Such Different Views of Amazon After Earnings

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) reported its fourth-quarter results late on Thursday and investors were not exactly pleased. Analysts issued somewhat mixed calls on the stock following these earnings as well. While ...
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Amazon Margins Worse Than Wal-Mart or Target

One of the objections investors have about Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), which was evidenced again in its most recent quarter, is that its primary e-commerce business barely makes any money. ...
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