Bloomberg: Brussels Unimpressed By May’s Pledge on EU Citzens’ Rights. (video) Prime Minister Theresa May’s vow that millions of European Union nationals living in the U.K. will enjoy the same entitlements as British people after Brexit failed to convince the EU, whose chief negotiator said the proposal fell short. Show More Summary
Bloomberg: Saudi-Led Bloc Seeks Diplomatic Fix to Impasse With Qatar. Saudi Arabia and its allies want to resolve their standoff with Qatar through diplomacy and don’t seek regime change, U.A.E. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said at a press conference in Dubai. Show More Summary
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Stifel Nicolaus opines Western's positive earnings pre-announcement last night was a calculated show of strength in its tussle with Japan's Toshiba over the fate of the NAND operation the two control.
Evening Headlines Bloomberg: Cyberattack Reaches Asia as New Targets Hit by Ransomware Demand. (video) A new cyberattack similar to WannaCry has reached Asia after spreading from Europe to the U.S. overnight, hitting businesses, port operators and government systems. Show More Summary
The red parts of Massachusetts are being congratulated for committing economic suicide.
And miraculously, it's not going to be Ackman.
Bloomberg: New Cyberattack Goes Global, Hits WPP, Rosneft, Maers. (video) A new cyberattack similar to WannaCry is spreading from Europe to the U.S., hitting port operators in New York and Rotterdam, disrupting government systems in Kiev, and disabling operations at companies including Rosneft PJSC, advertiser WPP Plc. Show More Summary
By Michael Shedlock – Amazon fulfillment centers, typically single-story warehouses located in suburbs, do not meet its goal of low-cost deliveries to city dwellers. Amazon’s patented solution is multi-story, drone-delivery behive center warehouses smack...
SunTrust analyst Terry Tillman argues investors should consider the substantial long-term growth and large addressable markets of companies that become "verbs" in software.
Shares of the Internet of Things infrastructure provider CalAmp slipped in late trading after it beat expectations but missed with its outlook for this quarter.
Impinj stock has doubled since March, and it's time to back away, says Pacific Crest's Brad Erickson, given that much more of the big story of "RF" identification tags is now baked into the share price.
Q&A: A discussion with Jim Ware, CFA, Michael Falk, CFA, and Keith Robinson, co-authors of Money, Meaning, and Mindset: Radical Reform for...
Shares of Snap are facing what could be a big downdraft as they head toward an expiration at the end of August of a lock-up on insider share sales, based on research from MKM that shows big drops in stock price in advance of such expirations.