Is Maxar Technologies making money in space?

Maxar has been building satellites for over 60 years. Maxar claims to have built over 90 communications satellites in that time. Uses for Maxar satellites include communications, mapping, surveillance, intelligence-gathering, and imagery.

Read more

The Burrito Bubble is Chipotle the most Overvalued Stock in America?

Chipotle will need to change its business model because many workers will not return to the office anytime soon. Microsoft (MSFT) will not consider reopening its offices until January 2021, The Verge reports. \

Read more

Will Palantir Make Money?

Palantir is controversial because its customers include intelligence and law enforcement agencies. Critics call Palantir a surveillance company because it works with law enforcement agencies.

Read more

Does Money Laundering Pay at Deutsche Bank?

I think Deutsche Bank’s revenues show money laundering is a poor business model.

Read more

Does Shopify (SHOP) make money?

For example, Shopify claims the number of new Shopify stores grew by 62% between 13 March and 24 March 2020, PYMNTS.com reports. However, you can attribute Shopify’s growth to such features as an extended 90-day free trial for standard plans, and allowing all Shopify Merchants to accept gift-card payments.

Read more

Is Novavax (NVAX) making money?

NVX-CoV2373 mimics a key protein in the  SARS-CoV-2 virus. Novavax’s hope is that the mimicked protein will simulate infection, which tricks the body into producing antibodies that can fight coronavirus.

Read more

How Much Money is Moderna making?

Moderna is losing money despite the vaccine development effort under Operation Warp Speed.

Read more

Is Ely Lilly And Co Making Money?

Ely Lilly claims it could seek government approval for LY-CoV555 by the end of 2020. Ely Lilly researchers created LY-CoV555 by cloning antibodies from people who recovered from coronavirus infections. The hope is that LY-CoV555 will make people immune to COVID-19.

Read more

Is iRobot making Money?

Mr. Market likes iRobot (NASDAQ: IRBT). In 2020, its share price grew from $48.63 on 2 January 2020 to $87.98 on 8 July 2020. However, iRobot’s shares fell to $72.44 on 27 July 2020 and rose to $73.60 on 30 July 2020.

Read more