The idea of a Netflix/Roku merger sounds less crazy than it would have before April.
Tech-focused investors in Hong Kong responded in negative fashion to real news and rumors alike.
A chaotic news cycle has led to an equally wild swing in the share price of both names in the past week.
Changes in commodities prices are sending Starbucks and Weyerhaeuser in different directions while DraftKings rebounds from negative news.
Carnival Corp. continues to sell debt and equity as it works to stay afloat, while Steak n Shake deals with problems of its own.
The battle to gain control over Covid-19 is entering a crucial stage and calls for continued determination.
I see upside back to above $70 regardless of whether the company gets taken private.
M&A activity has generally slowed.
With total deals trending toward hundreds of billions, investors may be eager to bet on who's next to be acquired.
A drop in shares doesn't necessarily mean it's time to turn the channel on Viacom, as details of expected merger with CBS will prove 'paramount.'