In its first-quarter earnings report published on Tuesday, Starbucks beat analyst expectations for the last three months. So why is its stock suffering?
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Amazon became the second U.S. company in a week to join the trillion-dollar club, while Apple and Tesla smashed expectations; Disney is suffering from the coronavirus situation, Facebook is in trouble — again, and more earnings news.
General Motors has confirmed that it will be unveiling a new electric vehicle in a Super Bowl commercial to compete with Tesla’s Cybertruck
While Alphabet recently became the third U.S. member of the trillion-dollar valuation club, it may take some time yet to find the next candidate.
Hong Kong Disneyland joins Shanghai Disney in shutting down over the weekend in light of a respiratory virus that has claimed 80 lives — and counting. It could be a long year for the media giant.
After a number of lean years for Swedish telecom firm Ericsson, it looks like the company is ready to get back to the top with its 5G rollout
Facebook, Tesla, Microsoft, Paypal, and Align all announced their earnings yesterday. Let’s check out how their stocks have been doing
Luckin Coffee is opening stores in China at a rapid pace to compete with Starbucks, but is its business model sustainable?
In fact, a smaller store base seems to have weakened the ones remaining in operation.