A new report from Reuters has emerged stating that Tesla has fired over 400 of its employees earlier this week, according to a former employee who spoke to outlet on Friday and asked not to be identified.
As the smartphone set to be the tenth anniversary iPhone, expectations that the iPhone 8 will disrupt the mobile world have continued to run white-hot, even as leaks knee-capped the potential hardware
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The report includes a list of secular growth stocks that trade at "reasonable valuations." The list was compiled using Goldman Sachs's "rule of ten" criteria. In order to be included on the list, a stock
GuilhermeMesquita/Shutterstock SumZero, a social network for buyside investors, asked its members to share their favorite investment books in their user profiles. The list is based on 1,120 responses,
It is the goal of many investors: getting a regular income from a portfolio without having to lift a finger. In the past, receiving a monthly income from a portfolio could be problematic, as dividend were
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If it’s tax season, it’s Roth season. High-income earners can’t open Roth IRAs directly; but there’s a backdoor way in. Since 2010 Congress has allowed Roth conversions for all taxpayers, regardless of
The first sell-side call on Snap Inc. is a resounding "sell." The owner of the Snapchat messaging app made its public market debut on Thursday, with its shares soaring by 50 per cent by mid-afternoon.
2016 was a fantastic year for Apple Watch, according to the latest info from the International Data Corporation that shows Apple’s wearable just experience its best quarter ever. In its latest report,
Recent releases of hard data, or data that measures actual economic activity rather than surveys of participants, isn't keeping up with the run-up in expectations for economic growth. According to a note