Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Kraft Heinz, PepsiCo, Marvell Technology, General Mills, Funko, Signet Jewelers, Abiomed and more.
In a talk with TheStreet that followed her firm's big IPO, CFO Kelly Steckelberg discussed Zoom's long-term opportunities, its investments in AI-related features and its openness to M&A, among other things.
The two parties conferred by phone for "over an hour" this week, but were unable to reach a deal.
The economics of both firms are attractive, but their valuations are very high, as is typical for tech new issues.
The two tech unicorns popped on their first day of trading, but the performance of Lyft since its own initial day of trading serves as a cautionary tale.
Stocks rise Thursday on a strong U.S. retail sales report and mostly better-than-expected earnings.
With a friendly Fed, a tight labor market and data like March retail sales, the chances for upside surprises are good.
Investors seem to have confused Zoom Technologies, which has all of ten employees, with Zoom Video Communications, a fast-growing videoconferencing company that just had a very successful IPO.
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