A lot of first-time investors might often only pick the biggest names in the market, but it’s important to realize that other companies might make a better investment.
Uber’s ex-CEO Travis Kalanick has been in the press a lot lately as reports continue to emerge that he looks set to offload his entire stake in the ride-sharing giant.
It’s the Five on Friday, where we bring you the biggest market stories of the week, including Netflix’s global report, a new twist in the trade war, and much more.
Boeing looks to be in more trouble as the company’s stock sank following confirmation that it is shutting down production of its 737 Max range.
With the unveiling of the new Xbox Series X on Friday, we take a look at just how important the Xbox segment is to Microsoft’s overall business plan.
The Chinese government is making life difficult for Big Tech, Disney’s streaming platform just keeps growing, Saudi Aramco hits $2 trillion valuation, some earnings wrap-up, and a hilarious Walmart slip-up. It’s the Five on Friday!
The world’s most valuable brand, Apple, saw its stock drop on Thursday on the back of a poor iPhone sales from November in China.
In the month since Apple launched its original content streaming service Apple TV+, it has been quietly been ticking away in the shadow of Disney and Netflix
A recent, unprecedented report from Uber revealed a disturbingly high number of violent and sexual crimes among its drivers and users, but it is nothing new.
Peloton’s Christmas commercial sparked plenty of backlash online when viewers perceived it as ‘sexist’ and ‘dystopian’, but they can recover.