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Netflix continues to boost subscribers at an extraordinarily high rate, adding 4.88 million subscribers in the first quarter, well above Wall Street's expectations.
What separates Apple from other tech companies is the company not only cares about its products, but the environmental footprint of them as well.
Though Intel's fortunes are still largely tied to the weakening PC market, the chipmaker's prospects for the second half of the year may be better than originally expected.
Shares of Zillow fall sharply after the company cuts its 2015 revenue and adjusted-earnings guidance following its protracted merger with Trulia.
Investors will be looking for clues from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and team to see whether there's been a noticeable impact of any kind from HBO Now.
Apple announces that its Worldwide Developers Conference will run from June 8 to June 12 at San Francisco's Moscone West.
IBM is unveiling a Watson Health Cloud platform that incorporates partnerships with Apple and others to give people a more complete look at their health.
Jana Partners sent a letter to its investors regarding its Qualcomm investment. Here's the letter in its entirety.