Arlo IPO: 5 things to know about the Netgear security-camera spinoff
July 20, 2018

For hardware companies these days, success following an initial public offering depends on an ability to convince investors that the business is about more than just the sale of a physical product.


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Earnings Outlook: Alphabet earnings: Android antitrust fine will demolish Google profit

As Alphabet Inc. heads into earnings on Monday, the European Union’s $5.07 billion Android antitrust fine levied will ruin the company’s profits for the quarter.


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Over 5 million U.S. consumers will cut the cord in 2018, survey says

Comcast, AT&T and DirecTV will be hard-hit, says consulting firm cg42


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AMC customers can now buy movie tickets on Facebook

AMC is partnering with Facebook on a new ticketing venture that will allow U.S. moviegoers to buy tickets from the theater chain on the social-media platform.


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Deep Dive: Why you should buy shares of companies whose CEOs have skin in the game
July 19, 2018

Bryan Hinmon of the Motely Fool Global Opportunities Fund likes Amazon.com, XPO Logistics, Watsco and Atlassian.


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Market Extra: High-flying tech sector is vulnerable to deteriorating credit quality

Both equity and bond investors have continued to crowd into the U.S. technology sector in 2018, but deteriorating credit quality of this sector suggests the risk of serious troubles ahead, according to analysts at S&P Global Ratings.


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Market Snapshot: Dow futures pull back after 5-day rally, with earnings in focus

U.S. stock-index futures are pointing to a lower open on Thursday, suggesting a modest consolidation after a five-day rally that was driven largely by optimism over the strength of corporate earnings.


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The government has no idea how many gig workers there are—and that’s a problem

It’s tough to measure something when no one can agree on what’s actually being measured.


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The Margin: One millennial explains how she survives New York on a $25/hour salary (her parents give her money)
July 18, 2018

A young marketing intern, with a predilection for — you guessed it — avocado toast and hot yoga, describes how she manages to afford to live in New York City on $25 an hour in wages and the occasional babysitting gig.


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The scary reasons you should make your Venmo account private

A new data project shows exactly how much users reveal, often unintentionally.


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