Business

Why Amazon Is Raising The Price Of Prime Memberships This Year: Analysis

Our analysis suggests that the price hike for the monthly Prime subscription is just a prelude to a much bigger announcement: Amazon will also be raising the price this year of its popular annual membership, most likely to $119, a 20% increase and the fir

Investing

What Happened To Stocks During The 2013 Shutdown

So what happened to the stock market during the government shutdown in 2013? Are there any technical signs now to think that something similar will occur or will the market just ignore it?

Investing

Could Cryptocurrencies Imploding Tank The Stock Markets?

There is a concern that if cryptocurrencies were to fall dramatically that they could hurt the stock markets. When you think through who owns digital currencies I believe the odds for a spillover impact are low.

Business

Pokémon GO's Community Day Is A Good Idea With A Few Obvious Problems

Pokemon GO's Community Day is a good idea that needs some work to realize its potential.

Business

After Replaying 'Destiny 1,' Here Are 10 Things I Don't Miss At All

Players have fond memories of Destiny 1, but there are some ways Destiny 2 has definitely improved the game we might be forgetting.

Business

Box Office: 'Greatest Showman' Holds As 'Proud Mary' Plummets

'Paddington 2' is now the best-reviewed movie in Rotten Tomatoes history.

Business

Box Office: '12 Strong' And 'Den Of Thieves' Both Score $5.6M On Friday

The two action movies did a little better than expected while three Oscar hopefuls expanded into wide release.

Investing

3 Funds That Clobber ETFs And Yield Up to 8%

I’m about to show you 3 funds to buy for the raging bull market we’ll see in 2018.

Business

Apple's $350 Billion U.S. Economic Contribution Was Already In The Cards

There is a lot of spin to Apple’s $350 billion contribution to the U.S. economy over the next five years. It feels like Apple is playing to President Trump’s MAGA slogan.

Investing

Investors Should Avoid Risk And Embrace Uncertainty

Investors often conflate risk and uncertainty as being one in the same, but really, they are different concepts. Understanding the difference cannot only save you from your next investing mistake, but also open your eyes to new opportunities.

Business

The Nintendo Switch Has Likely Outsold The Wii U In Just 10 Months

Nintendo predicted this would happen, and it seems likely it may be a reality: The Switch has almost certainly outsold the entire four year lifespan of the Wii U in its first year.

Investing

Retail's Big Show: A Few Key Takeaways

The National Retail Federation's annual "Big Show" provides ample opportunity to see and hear what's new in the industry. Here are a few key takeaways and implications as we move forward in 2018.

Investing

Will the Government Shut Down or Won't It? That's The Big Question

All the focus today is on Capitol Hill, where the Senate is expected to vote on a bill to prevent a government shutdown and the outcome remains unclear. A shutdown has numerous potential implications for stocks, and many of them are bearish.

Life & Style

Why The Box Office Failure Of Taraji P. Henson's 'Proud Mary' Is An Aberration

Sony has a long track record of successfully turning black-led movies into mainstream box office hits.

Business

Profit warning-hit retailers plunge as official figures expected to confirm Christmas retail sales slump

Shares in retailer Carpetright have crashed by nearly half after it issued a profit warning on a "sharp deterioration" in UK trade.

Investing

Microsoft's Path To A $1 Trillion Market Cap

Microsoft’s stock recently hit an all-time high, and its market capitalization reached over $700 billion. Some analysts on Wall Street have recently predicted that the company’s market cap could reach $1 trillion in the coming years

Investing

How Apple Could Maintain Its Valuation If It Decided To Cut iPhone Pricing

The iPhone business remains the biggest driver of Apple’s valuation, accounting for over 50% of the stock price per our estimates. The iPhone’s high ASPs and margins are especially crucial to this valuation, and Apple has been raising iPhone

Business

Cashless Starbucks, Blah Princi, Green Juice

A Starbucks in downtown Seattle has ditched the cash register. The local daily paper takes a swipe at the much-ballyhooed Italian bakery at the flagship store. And Evolution Fresh, a Starbucks brand of cold-pressed juice, is getting ready for Green Juice

Business

What Amazon's HQ2 Shortlist Tells Us About What The Company Is Looking For

Amazon's list of finalists for its second headquarters reveals a little more about the guiding factors of their selection process -- and just who may win perhaps the biggest economic development derby of the century.

Business

Money Can Ruin Everything In Customer Service And The Customer Experience (Here's How To Fix This)

One of the easiest ways to sabotage an otherwise-great customer experience or customer service approach is by mishandling issues of money in customer interactions and customer-facing cues. Learn how to avoid these pitfalls.

Business

Twitter To Tell You How Much Fake Election News You Were Fed By Russia

Sometime soon, you could be getting a message from Twitter, telling you just which tweets you saw were written by Russian-backed trolls.

Business

Vietnam Grand Prix Expected To Race Onto F1 Calendar

A Grand Prix in Vietnam appears to be heading towards the Formula One starting grid following negotiations over the past year.

Investing

How Sensitive Is T-Mobile's Valuation To Changes In Its Postpaid Market Share?

T-Mobile’s impressive growth in the postpaid phone space has helped the company more than triple its stock price over the last five years. The carrier’s postpaid phone market share, as a percentage of the overall U.S. wireless market, has gr

Investing

Apple Says It Will Bring Cash Back To U.S., Pay $38 Billion In Repatriation Tax

Apple, already the largest U.S. taxpayer, says that it anticipates repatriation tax payments of approximately $38 billion as required by recent changes to the tax law. A payment of that size would likely be the largest of its kind ever made.

Investing

How Significant Is The Residential Business For SunPower?

SunPower‘s residential business has faced some headwinds in recent years, amid sluggish shipments, particularly to the U.S. market where regulatory uncertainty surrounding net metering and lower electricity prices have impacted shipments growth.

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