The messaging service is getting a $20 million investment in a round that values it at $10 billion. Oh, and it has no revenue.
The upstart company is the fourth-largest source of US Internet traffic, and could also help Amazon accelerate a push into Web video.
The new Fire smartphone isn't awful or necessarily doing anything wrong, the magazine notes. It just locks people out of some options.
A Chinese company unknown to most Americans, incorporated in the Cayman Islands, and listing on US markets? Uh oh.
Worried by geopolitical turmoil as well as disappointing earnings results, some strategists have soured on these names.
Today's average overvaluation may actually be higher than it was back then. There are fewer wacko bubble stocks and fewer good-value stocks.
A shift to online sales has prompted retailers to scale back openings. Consumer habits are changing, perhaps permanently.
The company needs to focus on doing what it does best: Selling goods.
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