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Investment in industrial robotics will jump over the next decade, boosting productivity as more robots replace human workers, according to new research by Boston Consulting Group.
In the face of potentially wider Western sanctions on Russian interests, the Russian government has offered state guarantees worth up to $3 billion for 199 companies.
After the marijuana penny stock craze of 2014, several names have since crashed and burned.
Shares of GoPro are falling about 11% in Friday trading after the company reported better-than-expected profit and sales for the fourth-quarter but issued a disappointing forecast for the current quarter.
Shares of Twitter are jumping on Friday after the company reported mixed fourth-quarter results, despite beating top and bottom-line estimates.