Why Fastly shutdown thousands websites but its stock soaring 11%?

Incident recap Fastly (ticker: FSLY) made a software update error on the East Coast time of the United States on 6/8/2021, which caused 85% of its customer websites to hang. Although the problem was fixed two hours later, most of the customers’ websites returned to normal. Including UK government portal gov.uk, Financial Times, New York … Continue reading “Why Fastly shutdown thousands websites but its stock soaring 11%?”

Why did Amazon acquire the film production company MGM?

The deal detail E-commerce giant Amazon (ticker: AMZN) has confirmed that it will spend US$8.45 billion to acquire film production company MGM Holdings (ticker: MGMB), which is the second acquisition of Amazon in history, second only to Whole Food Market, which was acquired in 2017 for US$13.7 billion. According to data from Parrot Analytics, in … Continue reading “Why did Amazon acquire the film production company MGM?”

Why do more and more U.S. technology stock companies tend not to pay dividends?

Traditional corporate practices Since 1980, U.S. stock yields have been falling. I think there are two main reasons. First of all, of course, the market interest rate level (including the currency market, US Treasury bonds, and corporate bonds). These are the main reasons. Another reason is the trend of the times, a large number of … Continue reading “Why do more and more U.S. technology stock companies tend not to pay dividends?”

How should investors view companies being included in the antitrust investigation list

Lesson learned from Huawei case After President Trump came to power, the United States went to great lengths to blacklist dozens of companies from mainland China, the most famous of which was Huawei. I believe that most people learn about Huawei as a company because of this (unless there is a special reason, such as … Continue reading “How should investors view companies being included in the antitrust investigation list”

The key factors that determine the valuation of AT&T and Verizon stocks

Two major telecommunications providers in the U.S. AT&T (ticker: T) and Verizon (ticker: VZ) are the top two telecommunications companies in the United States, with similar market values and scales, and they compete fiercely in various fields. Investors may have discovered that the field of competition between the two has quietly expanded to the media … Continue reading “The key factors that determine the valuation of AT&T and Verizon stocks”

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