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RealMoney's Eric Jhonsa offers some predictions for what the tech world will witness in the new year.
We're seeing lots of companies snapping up their peers, and the market is applauding.
Despite the possibility of getting booted from London, Uber's overhang is behind it, and it can go higher from here -- especially if it tosses its food service.
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I'm all in favor of mergers and acquisitions -- the more we get, the higher the stock market goes -- but I am not in favor of making conclusions based on tips about deals.
The ride-sharing giant just reported slowing bookings growth and considerable losses for its Uber Eats unit, which is dealing with a highly competitive food-delivery market.
These top picks look appetizing amid solid consumer spending and low unemployment.
The market is throwing a Halloween sale right now that it doesn't need to throw, and that's an opportunity.
EPYC processor revenue and unit sales jumping more than 50% have paced the way for AMD.
If there was not a sizable addressable market for Beyond Meat, the competition would not be building as quickly as it is.
Rest up for a busy week that includes earnings from Apple, Facebook and Starbucks.
Let me give you the items I want to see before I bless buying anything in what has become a plain, out and out, treacherous market.
Value and income investors will like this name's recipe for success.
Dine Brands stock satisfies investors' hunger for income with a 3.7% dividend yield along with dividend growth potential.
I railed against it broken-record like for months on end. It's here now, it's hurting the market, and it's only going to get worse.
Consumer-facing companies that forget will inevitably suffer the loss of this critical cohort.
Uber is promising growth with UberEats but its up to consumers to decide who can really deliver the goods.
Uber Technologies is taking longer than anticipated to reach profitability as the differences between its business and Lyft become more pronounced.
LYFT's earnings beat appears to be giving hope to Uber investors in advance of its own report later Thursday, but the two rivals have key strengths to watch, such as Lyft's U.S. focus and Uber's move on food delivery.
Chart patterns suggest the food delivery service company has bottomed out and may be turning.
This is a business that has room for two to three main players.
Uber and Lyft need to start acting like a duopoly.