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Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Beyond Meat, Charter Communications, Comerica, Equifax, Fastly, Harley-Davidson, Netflix, Splunk and Wells Fargo.
Tesla, Inc. (NYSE: TSLA) shares have had an extraordinary run. It is the 20th most valuable company in America based on market capitalization. With its stock at an all-time high, the figure is $224...
BofA Securities has made huge changes to its US 1 list of top stocks to buy. These five additions should fare well in the second half of 2020.
Disney has quietly killed its 7-day free trial offer for its Disney+ streaming service just ahead of the premiere of the movie version of the hit Broadway musical 'Hamilton.'
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Alcoa, Apple, Broadwind, Cogent Communications, Intel, Micron Technology, Netflix, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Square and Zscaler.
AT&T looks to streamline streaming brands with the elimination of HBO Go.
Quibi, the short-form video streaming video destination, is late to the market, particularly one so crowded. It is lucky to have deep pockets.
Roku adds new channels to attract viewers and a new shopper data feature to attract advertisers.
With many Americans observing stay-at-home orders, satisfaction with TV and internet services have improved for the first time in four years.
Roku is launching a targeted advertising program that could differentiate it from rivals in the crowded streaming space.
Even with parks reopening it might take a while for Disney to recapture the magic, but its new streaming service is exceeding expectations.
5G is critical to AT&T’s future but Verizon and Sprint/T-Mobile will also be competing hard for market share. A slapdown from the National Advertising Review Board won’t help.
Worries that Roku would be knocked out by competitors took a back seat when the company reported earnings. Suddenly, its prospects do not look so dim.
Netflix recently forecast it would have over 190 million subscribers worldwide at the end of the quarter. Could that number push above 200 million?
Roku has nearly 40 million accounts and the soon-to-be-launched HBO Max has lots of appealing content. Can they do without each other?