Alibaba and JD.com proved their dominance over the Chinese online retail industry as they racked up $115 billion in sales from the Single’s Day event.
Ready for some more Apple news? Apple launched the first Mac computers with homegrown processors, instead of chips supplied by its long-term partner Intel.
Walt Disney reports its fourth-quarter earnings this week. Disney has faced many challenges this year, including park closures and staff layoffs.
Berkshire’s Q3 earnings report showed the effects of the pandemic on businesses, whilst proving it’s always a good time to own an abundance of Apple shares.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft know the importance of the education market and are fighting to become the go-to PC for the next generation.
PayPal’s dominance in the online payment sector is being challenged, but its opportunities for future growth look promising.
Tech giant’s third-quarter earnings showed strength in the digital ad sector as brand advertising rebounds and e-commerce spending continues to dominate.
We call this ‘hell week’, not because of any pandemic or elections, but because of the sheer mass of earnings reports that we must get through.
Netflix’s Q3 earnings report disappointed as subscriber growth slowed down to 2.5 million, leaving investors asking if it can recover by the end of the year?
Social media companies are having a moment, as Snap’s stock skyrockets after its Q3 earnings report, now other media platforms are jumping aboard for the ride.