HanesBrands (NYSE: HBI) stock price has come under pressure, reaching 52-week lows in the past week, which has sparked my interest to evaluate the company. HanesBrands reported revenue and earnings in-line with analyst consensus estimates for the third quarter; however, the company provided slig
If President Donald Trump were writing this story, he would be the first to note the “huge” impact that he’s had on the stock market though if you want to get technical about it, he hasn’t yet done any of the great things (slashing government regulations, scrapping Obamacare, overhauling the tax code, renegotiating trade deals) that he said he would do in his campaign.
In the future, vehicles will be “shared, electric and automated,” according to a new study from the Institute of Transportation Studies at University of California, Davis. This trend gives an edge to companies currently employing one or more of these features. That list includes Google, Tesla, Uberand General Motors.
A number of experts were surveyed for a new study titled “3....More>>>
A downtown building is reflected in the windows of a Wells Fargo Bank in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)
John Stumpf won’t be the only person to lose his job over the phony account scandal that has rocked Wells Fargo’s reputation: four senior managers have also been fired in connection to the fraudulent sales practices that resulted in the creation of two million....More>>>
Before the market opened, shares of toy stock Hasbro, Inc (NASDAQ: HAS) were up in pre-market trading after the Company reported better-than-expected first quarterprofit helped by demand for digital gaming which more than doubled the profit from its entertainment and licensing business. Net revenues increased 2% to $849.7 million versus $831.2 million in 2016 while net earnings increased 41% to....More>>>
Here is another company that seems to be firing out of all cylinders, IT services management platform provider ServiceNow (NOW). It's another SaaS business software provider that has strong tailwinds that don't look to be abating anytime soon:
Every business has two very important sets of numbers - income and expenses. That is really the simplest way to look at any business. As long as income exceeds expenses the company is profitable. Tesla (TSLA) just does not seem to care or understand this important metric.
The Paradise Papers leak this past Sunday wasn't shocking.
If anything, the varied revelations about what celebrities and corporations use offshore tax shelters only further justify the general public's long-standing suspicion that the rich and powerful cheat on their taxes.<