Retail “disrupter” Amazon is on fire, and its stock could jump 19% next year after more than doubling during 2015, according to analysts at Pacific Crest, which started covering the company’s stock this week. “Amazon continues to innovate at a high rate, and we believe it is embedding itself into the shopping habits of consumers globally,” the analysts said in a Pacific Crest report obtained by MarketWatch.
Verizon Communications may consider buying Yahoo’s core business, which includes Yahoo Mail, its news and sports sites, and its advertising technology, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo said on Monday. “If we see there is a strategic fit and it makes sense for our shareholders and we can return value, we’ll look at it, but at this point it’s way too premature to talk about,” Shammo said, according to Reuters.
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