Posts From Rachel Long

Apple’s former CEO says it’s no longer a tech innovator, it’s a luxury brand. And that’s a smart move, according to John Sculley, who led Apple from the mid 1980s to early 1990s. Sculley told CNN’s Julia Chatterley on “First

Nike shares fell 3.2% Tuesday as investors weighed whether the company’s endorsement deal with Colin Kaepernick would slow its stock bull run in the past year. From the looks of things, the Swoosh is unlikely to go out of style

1. Coca-Cola’s coffee bet: Coke is splashing out $ 5 billion to buy a global coffee store chain. It has agreed to purchase Costa Coffee from UK drinks and hotels group Whitbread. Costa has nearly 4,000 stores across 32 countries.

For the second time in a month, President Trump publicly expressed his displeasure with the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, saying that it should be more accommodating to economic growth. The president told Reuters on Monday that he wasn’t “thrilled,”

Pepsi is buying one of the world’s top sparkling water brands. The drinks company announced Monday that it would take over SodaStream (SODA), the Israeli company that sells do-it-yourself seltzer makers, in a deal worth $ 3.2 billion. The move

As Elon Musk seeks backers for his proposal this week to take Tesla private—a deal for which the Tesla CEO tweeted that he had “funding secured”—one investor is offering a solution: cryptocurrency. Haydar Haba invests in private tech companies through

The Justice Department plans to argue that the judge who approved AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner committed “fundamental errors of economic logic and reasoning” when he ruled against the government’s attempt to block the deal, according to an appellant brief

Add to cart to see price? Local politicians might wish they had that option in some of the cities bidding to host Amazon’s second North American headquarters. Indianapolis, Austin, and Montgomery County, Maryland, are among the twenty Amazon HQ2 finalists,

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc became the first $ 1 trillion publicly listed U.S. company on Thursday, crowning a decade-long rise fueled by its ubiquitous iPhone that transformed it from a niche player in personal computers into a global

Today, I share a tale of two stocks. First, there’s Tenable Network Security ($ TENB), the third cybersecurity firm to go public this year. This Columbia, Md.-based company, whose software helps defend corporate networks from digital attacks, follows Zscaler’s terrific