Peloton Rows for Broke
What’s at stake amid Peloton’s latest premium hardware launch? Everything
Alibaba Posts First Revenue Decline Since Going Public
Chinese tech stocks popular among U.S. investors have tumbled amid the country’s regulatory crackdown on technology firms. WSJ explains some of the new risks investors face when buying shares of companies like Didi or Tencent.
Growth Cools at Once-Hot Food-Delivery Apps Uber Eats and DoorDash
Companies introduce new measures as they face high inflation, a potential economic downturn
Microsoft Will Need to Get ‘Call of Duty’ Back on Target
Marquee game franchise expected to play big role in Microsoft’s cloud gaming future, but players are bleeding out
Zoom Has Some Tough Calls to Make
Videoconferencing star needs to gain sales muscle while curbing free use as market punishes ‘investment mode’ stocks
Stitch Fix Needs a ‘Make It Work’ Moment
Online styling company’s report signals significant transformation ahead. In the meantime, investors have lost interest.
DoorDash and Uber Eats Are Still Eating Grubhub’s Lunch
Trading update from Grubhub’s Amsterdam-based parent might spook U.S. food-delivery investors, but it shouldn’t