Alphabet and Pfizer Stock Look Like Buys, Says This Longtime Market Maven

Joe Rosenberg’s relationship with Barron’s goes back to 1963, when he wrote a bullish article on Trans World Airlines that resulted in a pop in the stock. Rosenberg, 89, spent much of his career at Loews (L), the conglomerate run by the Tisch family, as chief investment officer and then chief investment strategist. He retired … Read more

Apple and Google stocks just had their worst week in more than two years

Shares of Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc. both suffered their largest weekly declines since the beginning days of the pandemic this week, as Big Tech companies continued to draw closer scrutiny from Wall Street. Apple’s stock AAPL, -0.19% finished down 11.2% on the week, its worst weekly performance since the week that ended March 20, … Read more

The Dow soars, Big Tech tumbles: What’s next for stocks as investors await Fed guidance

The past week offered a tale of two markets, with gains for the Dow Jones Industrial Average putting the blue-chip gauge on track for its best October on record while Big Tech heavyweights suffered a shellacking that had market veterans recalling the dot-com bust in the early 2000s. “You have a tug of war,” said … Read more

Mobileye IPO: 5 things to know about the Intel autonomous-driving spinoff

While Intel INTC, +0.70% executives reportedly dreamed of a valuation as high as $50 billion, the market for initial public offerings has crashed in 2022 after a record year in 2021, and expectations have taken a dive. In filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Intel has said that it is looking to sell at … Read more

‘Moore’s Law’s dead,’ Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang says in justifying gaming-card price hike

Nvidia Corp. Chief Executive Jensen Huang on Wednesday said he thinks it’s going to be “a pretty terrific Q4 for Ada,” the company’s next-generation chip architecture unveiled this week, even as critics balk of a price hike during a softening in consumer demand. Nvidia NVDA, +0.65% expects high demand for gaming chips using its next-generation … Read more

The Meta meltdown: This chart shows Facebook’s fall from grace among the most valuable U.S. companies

Dogged by competitive and macroeconomic threats, Meta Platforms Inc. is sinking down the ranks of the largest U.S. companies. After a 9.4% daily slide in its stock, Meta META, -9.37% ranked 10th by market value as of Tuesday’s close, falling below Visa Inc. V, -3.37% for the first time since the start of August. Meta, … Read more

UiPath Stock Sinks on Cut to Fiscal-Year Revenue Forecast

Text size UiPath, the robotic-process automation software company, cut its revenue outlook for the fiscal year. Courtesy UiPath UiPath stock was sinking Wednesday after the robotic-process automation software company cut its outlook for fiscal-year revenue citing “foreign exchange and macroeconomic volatility.” For the third quarter, UpPath (ticker: PATH) said it expects revenue of $243 million to $245 … Read more

Apple, Alphabet, and Other Big Tech Stocks Poised for Further Losses

Text size Apple shares were poised to extend losses on Monday. Dreamstime Major technology stocks such as Apple and Alphabet were poised for further losses Monday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank would stick with its plan to raise interest rates to fight inflation. Growth stocks are particularly vulnerable to higher … Read more

Johnny Depp’s law firm Brown Rudnick has big plans in London

The live-streamed US libel trial of actor Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard dominated the internet for just over a month. But the fervent Google searches also threw his law firm, Brown Rudnick, into the blazing spotlight. Now the 146th largest law firm in the US by revenue is capitalising on its new-found online fame by plotting a London … Read more

Exxon May Be Making ‘More Than God.’ But Apple and Alphabet Are More Profitable.

Text size President Biden, who is hurting politically due to high inflation, took a swipe at industry leader Exxon Mobil on Friday. Brandon Bell/Getty Images Exxon Mobil may be making “more than God this year,” as President Joe Biden said Friday in Los Angeles, but it’s far from the most profitable company in the country. … Read more