TV titan, Oprah Winfrey, once again helped Weight Watchers stocks as she announces 42-pound weight loss under the program. Oprah considers the program as a lifestyle rather than focuses on the number scale.
Amazon.com, Inc.’s profit has taken a big hit in the third quarter of 2016 as the company’s cost surged due to heavy investments to meet consumer demands for orders to be delivered faster. Shares of the online retail giant have fallen as well.
HeartWare's move to purchase Valtech Cardio is not disappointing news after all. Analysts have shared that the company could actually be making more since the purchase has opened its doors to a $7 billion market.
Twitter stock fell below its IPO amid the search for a new CEO. Execs admitted of having challenges in attracting new users, compared to its competitors, due to the level of complexity of the social networking’s interface.
Despite reporting a quarterly slump, BlackBerry is still alive and kicking, with Chief Executive Officer John Chen holding his breath on the never-say-die fight of the company to regain its position in the market.
U.S. stock index futures were slightly lower on Monday after the markets leapt on Friday on strong jobs data that showed the U.S. economy was picking up steam, but not by enough to raise concerns about an earlier-than-expected interest-rate rise.