Amazon.com Inc. investors should be warned that Wall Street may be a bit complacent on the e-commerce and cloud giant’s stock, ahead of the first-quarter earnings report due out after Thursday’s close, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they should turn bearish. See full story.
Tesla unveils ‘best in the world’ chip for self-driving cars at event
Tesla Inc. stock falls as the company’s investor day, solely focused on its autonomous driving capabilities, gets under way and the car maker unveils hardware dedicated to driverless cars. See full story.
As industry spends millions on lobbying, Congress moves on retirement legislation
The financial industry has engaged in significant lobbying on legislation that would revamp the U.S. retirement system, and it’s now sounding delighted about the bills that are making their way through Congress. See full story.
Gas prices hit $4.70 per gallon in California as Trump says he’ll end Iran sanction waivers
‘We’re seeing crazy prices for gasoline out here in California,’ said Karl Brauer, economist for Kelley Blue Book. See full story.
Most companies are missing revenue targets, and that’s bad news for stock-market bulls
Earnings beats abound, but strong revenue growth has been harder to come by. See full story.
A new study examines how drinking water influences how many calories youths consume. See full story.
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