Stocks wavered between small gains and losses in morning trading on Wall Street Tuesday as U.S. markets reopened following the Presidents Day holiday and as investors sized up the latest company earnings reports
Thales S. Teixeira, a professor at Harvard business school and author of 'Unlocking the Customer Value Chain', joins us with the details on how retail giants can compete with startup companies, and what is disrupting most markets.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz slammed politicians on the left for "forcing" Amazon to ditch its New York HQ2 plans in an open letter. "[F]ar-left activists succeeded in forcing Amazon to abandon plans to create a second headquarters in the New York City area, which would have brought 25,000 jobs and injected billions of dollars into the local economy," Schultz wrote.
A quarterly leading indicator of world merchandise trade slumped to its lowest reading in nine years on Tuesday, which should put policymakers on guard for a sharper slowdown if trade tensions continue, the World Trade Organization said on Tuesday. David Pollard reports.
Mariann Montagne, portfolio manager at Gradient Investments, tells Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous she’s bullish on United Technologies and Lockheed Martin because they are resilient and are taking advantage of a strong military orders. Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Scott Gamm also weigh in.
TOKYO -- With a trial looming this year on charges of aggravated breach of trust and filing false statements to regulators regarding $80 million in deferred income, Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan and Renault has shuffled his legal team to give it a harder edge and hired a lead lawyer nicknamed “The Razor” to run it.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state's consumers should get a piece of the billions of dollars that technology companies make off the personal data they collect