It’s one of the most restaurant-dense countries in the world. Now the biggest food-delivery company in the U.S. wants to capture a slice of it.
Of all the controversial plays on Wall Street, penny stocks take the cake. The risk-tolerant flock to these names as the potential for share prices to grow from pocket change to more than a few dollars is too tempting to ignore. That said, these tickers aren’t without their pitfalls. Some investors avoid them entirely, arguing that the bargain price tags are too good to be true. Rather, the fact that shares are trading at such low levels could reflect problems lying beneath the surface, whether
Goldman Sachs Head of Energy Research & Senior Commodity Strategist, Damien Courvalin, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the oil markets trajectory as prices move higher and what to expect as the global recovery from the pandemic continues.
Jeff Tangney, Doximity CEO joins Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani and the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss the company going public.
In a new interview, former Xerox (XRX) CEO Ursula Burns sharply criticized the astronomical CEO pay amid the pandemic, noting that executives who enjoy sky high compensation and low tax bills take advantage of legal avenues that require structural change.
The IRS just launched a tool to help households collect their child tax credit payments.
Electronic Arts this morning announced that it will pay $1.4 billion to buy Playdemic, a mobile gaming studio whose titles include "Golf Clash," from Warner Bros.Why it matters: This comes just months after EA paid $2.1 billion to buy Glu Mobile. It also resolves talk that not all of WB Games would get included in the Discovery merger.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free. The big picture: Console game makers are moving hard toward mobile. Some of that is ada
American Eagle Outfitters investors are basking in some gains thanks to star Brooke Shields and her daughters.
(Reuters) -Nike Inc on Thursday forecast fiscal full-year sales ahead of Wall Street estimates, betting on its online business, higher demand as lockdowns ease, and its tried-and-tested strategy of limiting stock for popular products. There were definite reasons for optimism and confidence, like the return to sport, Chief Financial Officer Matthew Friend said on an earnings call, adding that Nike has already begun to see an acceleration in its sport performance business. Beaverton, Oregon-based Nike said fiscal 2022 revenue is estimated to grow by low double-digits and surpass $50 billion.
In this article, we discuss the 10 new stocks Reddit’s WallStreetBets is buying. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to 5 New Stocks Reddit’s WallStreetBets Is Buying. The post-pandemic marketplace, already under heavy strain amid fears of inflation and a dramatic drop in the prices of growth stocks […]
Nike’s fourth-quarter sales were almost double those of a year ago as the company reported its fiscal 2021 earnings to Wall Street this afternoon. Revenue in the fourth quarter, ending May 31, was up 96% to $12.3 billion, helping the athletic goods maker post a 19% year-over-year sales gain to $44.5 billion. The business also […]
As part of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act signed into law by President Biden back in March, the IRS is preparing to launch the portal for the $3,000 child tax credit. "We will launch by...
The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) said on Wednesday that U.S. manufacturers are "materially injured" by imports of passenger vehicle and light truck tires from Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. The ITC also found subsidized passenger tires from Vietnam injure domestic manufacturers. The U.S. Commerce Department as a result of the order "will issue antidumping duty orders on imports of these products from Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand, and a countervailing duty order on imports of these products from Vietnam," the ITC said.
There could be a 'likely association' between adolescents getting the vaccines and cases of myocarditis and pericarditis.
Cryptocurrencies aren't just for the techies — anyone can safely purchase them.
Mark Calabria is on the way out as director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which runs Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, after Supreme Court ruling.
The vast majority of nearly 24,000 student loan borrowers surveyed recently said they are unprepared for the pandemic payment pause ending after September.
There is “more volatility expected” in the energy sector, with price moves in both the short and long term as a result of the global energy transition to renewables, according to a report released by ING (ING).
The House Minority Leader blamed the IRS for wasting taxpayer dollars but he was citing a poster made by a college student passionate about politics.
Cryptos remain under pressure from a sell-off triggered by regulatory action in China.
MLPs or Master limited partnerships are a unique investment that combines the liquidity of securities with the tax benefits of an LP. Learn how they work and which ones to consider.