Yahoo! Pops Again
The following video is from Wednesday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger, dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.
Yahoo!'s second-quarter earnings rose 46%, but the company missed on revenue, as advertising took a hit. Despite the expectations miss, the stock continues to rally on the market. In today's top story, Matt and Jason discuss why CEO Marissa Mayer continues to drive so much investor confidence, and what we can expect from her and the company as she enters her second year as Yahoo!'s first in command.
Plus, Mattel announces that second-quarter profits fell 24%. Bank of America, however, saw its second-quarter profits rise 63%. Google may be getting into the battle for your living room with an online pay-TV service, and finally, the Google of Russia, Yandex hits a 52-week high ahead of earnings. Finally, Matt and Jason discuss why they'll be watching Sherwin-Williams and Athenahealth this week.
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