Google investors may have had a flashback on Monday to the company’s bad old days of 2015. Back then, Google’s growth looked as if it hit a wall, and investors didn’t trust the company to spend its money wisely.
Author Shira Ovide
Remember this moment. Early 2019 may have showed us the ceiling for the business of selling car rides at the tap of a smartphone.
Amazon.com confirmed on Thursday what has been a slowly evolving financial picture. It is now a company that is more profitable than it has been in years, but the supercharged growth is gone.
Good luck to potential investors in Uber Technologies’ coming initial public offering. Multiple advanced degrees might be needed to figure the company out.
I’m reluctant to disagree with the queen of all media, Oprah Winfrey. But here goes.
Expect to hear a lot of hyperbole at an Apple event on Monday about the company transforming entertainment and news. One thing Apple isn’t likely to discuss is its growing conflicts of interest.
Mark Zuckerberg’s latest blog post talks about making Facebook and its Internet hangouts more of an intimate digital “living room” rather than a raucous public town square.
Google has its fingers in every conceivable corner of industry, and then some. But investors can look past the mysteries and the spending splurges as long as the ad business keeps running.
Apple doesn’t want investors to fixate any longer on the iPhone, the world-changing product that delivers about two-thirds of the company’s revenue. Nope. It’s over it. The iPhone is bo-ring.