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24/7 Wall St. has previewed Nike, Rite Aid and some of the other key companies expected to report quarterly results this week.
Amazon has launched a Luxury Stores section with iconic American fashion house Oscar de la Renta as its first store. Got to give the e-commerce behemoth credit for never giving up on selling luxury...
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Citigroup, Facebook, Lennar, Netflix, NextEra, Nvidia, Nike, Pinterest, Roku and Snap.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a list of well-known, mostly very large, publicly traded corporations that are a combination of safe harbor stocks and stocks in powerful tech firms.
Some of America's biggest public corporations have environmentally/sustainability-focused board committees. Are these committees adequate to meet the green governance test?
Apple is reported to be adding a fitness program to its other services offerings. This could spell bad news for Peloton and Lululemon, but will it?
The Goldman Sachs analysts feel these five companies could see direct benefits from the movement of supply chains and manufacturing out of Asia, specifically China.
As of the most recently reported period, short sellers still favored Exxon, Pfizer and Microsoft above all other Dow stocks.
Does Nike's new CEO have a financial or moral obligation to contribute back to the company any of his unbelievable compensation?
Nike released disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Thursday, and shares slipped early Friday.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included, Aurora Cannabis, Comcast, Dick's Sporting Goods, Morgan Stanley, Nike, Nio, Plug Power, Snap and Walt Disney.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AbbVie, Ambarella, Apple, DocuSign, Home Depot, Lowe's, Micron Technology, Nike, PG&E, ViacomCBS, YETI and Yext.
Here, 24/7 Wall St. offers a preview of what to expect from BlackBerry, Nike and some of the other key companies on deck to report quarterly results this week.
Only a few weeks after beginning to reopen its 800 or so retail stores, Apple has decided to close 11 stores in four states for a second time as COVID-19 cases spike.
If an apparel retailer can turn a temporary shutdown of its brick-and-mortar stores to an advantage, it should come as no surprise that the company is Nike.