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Boeing Stock Breaks Out; These 4 Aerospace & Defense Stocks Are Near Buy Zones

Lockheed Martin and other defense giants are in a slump. Boeing and other aerospace-defense firms with sizable civilian-focused businesses, including Textron and Flir, are faring better. The post

Which States Have Legalized Sports Betting?

The Supreme Court has struck down a law largely banning sports betting, which will likely spur many states to legalize it. Where can you bet on sports in the U.S. right now? The post Which States Have

Activision Blizzard Gets High Marks For New 'Call Of Duty' Game

Activision Blizzard earned thumbs up from Wall Street analysts on Friday for its highly anticipated video game, "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4." The post Activision Blizzard Gets High Marks For New 'Call

Nvidia, AMD Get Buy Ratings On Artificial Intelligence Prospects

Graphics-chip makers Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia received fresh buy ratings on Friday, as investment bank Cowen initiated coverage of a host of semiconductor stocks. The post Nvidia, AMD Get Buy

Trump Personally Lobbied Postmaster To Hike Amazon's Rates: Report

President Trump pressured U.S. Postmaster General Megan Brennan to double the rate the Postal Service charges Amazon.com and other firms to ship packages, the Washington Post reported. The post Trump

Netflix Gets Price-Target Hike On Growing Competitive Advantages

A Wall Street analyst pounded the table for Netflix stock on Friday, saying the internet television network is poised to expand its competitive moat with original content and international

SpaceX Gets Backing For This Controversial Plan, Boosting 'Space Taxi'

SpaceX's controversial plan to fuel its "space taxi" rockets with astronauts on board got a vote of confidence from a NASA safety group, which called it a "viable option." The post SpaceX Gets Backing

Alibaba Price Target Raised On E-Commerce Acceleration, Profit Growth

Alibaba had its price target raised on the view that the stock is shifting from concern over investment spending to a focus on profit growth. The post Alibaba Price Target Raised On E-Commerce

Boeing Could Deal Another Blow To Airbus In This Contest

Boeing is expected to beat out Airbus for a widebody jet order from United Airlines, potentially marking another win in that category for the U.S. aerospace giant. The post Boeing Could Deal Another

Baidu Falls, Artificial Intelligence Push In Limbo After Shake-up?

Baidu stock sold off Friday as analysts pondered whether its push into artificial intelligence will stall in the wake of its chief operating officer stepping down. The post Baidu Falls, Artificial

China Amps Up Plan To Dominate Electric Cars With This Lithium Deal

China extended its dominance of a critical material for electric cars, underscoring challenges for other car makers. The post China Amps Up Plan To Dominate Electric Cars With This Lithium Deal

Chip Equipment Stocks Tank On Applied Materials Report

Tepid sales guidance from chip-gear giant Applied Materials sent semiconductor-equipment stocks tumbling on Friday, including KLA-Tencor and Lam Research. The post Chip Equipment Stocks Tank On

Why Dow Jones, S&P 500 Stocks May Not Love Trump-China Trade Deal

The U.S.-China trade deal President Trump is after would put more upward pressure on the dollar, on interest rates, on wages and on inflation. The post Why Dow Jones, S&P 500 Stocks May Not Love

Not Staying In The Hilton: Blackstone Checks Out, Sells $1.3 Billion Stake

Private equity giant Blackstone, which took Hilton private in 2007 and took it public again in 2013, has sold its last shares in the hotel giant. The post Not Staying In The Hilton: Blackstone Checks

Dow Jones Falls After Big Gains; Macy's Soars On Earnings; Walmart, Cisco, Applied Materials Fall: Weekly Review

The key stock indexes dipped for the week as Walmart, Cisco, Applied Materials earnings disappointed. Small caps and crude oil rallied. Macy's soared, but not its rivals. The post Dow Jones Falls

Campbell Soup Dives: CEO Morrison Out As Fresh Food Push Goes Stale

Campbell Soup's CEO abruptly left Friday after failing to move beyond canned soup as Americans change habits. Shares crashed amid a weak full-year outlook. The post Campbell Soup Dives: CEO Morrison

AstraZeneca Blockbuster Is Flailing — Will Cancer Drugs Fill The Hole?

AstraZeneca dipped early Friday after the U.K.-based pharmaceutical company lagged first-quarter expectations for sales and core earnings. The post AstraZeneca Blockbuster Is Flailing — Will Cancer

How Amgen's 'Shrewd' Move In Migraines Could Help It Keep Share

Amgen was first to the finish line late Thursday with a drug designed to prevent chronic migraines by blocking a specific receptor — leading Lilly, Teva and Alder. The post How Amgen's 'Shrewd' Move

Blockchain Demand Is Building At Accenture, Amazon, Microsoft

Accenture and IBM are seeing high demand for blockchain services, says a report, while Amazon.com and Microsoft this week targeted customers at a blockchain conference. The post Blockchain Demand Is

Deere Earnings Miss Estimates Amid Rising Material, Freight Costs

Deere missed fiscal second-quarter earnings estimates, with the farm equipment giant citing "higher raw-material and freight costs." Sales were in line. The post Deere Earnings Miss Estimates Amid