Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has written a lengthy blog post to the people of New Jersey, following Tesla's ban in the Garden State, effective April 1, thanking those who stood up for Tesla.
Apple is unlikely to follow Samsung's lead and launch a Pro line of tablets, according to a published media report
It's no secret that Nintendo has had its struggles, as the Wii U gaming system has proved to be a flop and the rise of mobile games are increasingly taking attention away from traditional console gaming. While some look to Apple to be Nintendo's savior, it may not be so easy as that.
Following an intra-day spike in WWE shares due to rumors about AMC Networks buying World Wrestling Entertainment, TheStreet has learned the two companies are not in merger talks, says a source close to the situation.
Though some consumers may not be happy about Amazon raising the cost of its Prime shipping service, Wall Street is loving it.
Cloud storage is increasingly getting cheaper, as companies like Amazon, Google, Rackspace, and Microsoft are all playing out pricing wars, trying to attract the most business.
Despite massive objections around the world, Amazon raises the price of its Prime service to $99 from $79, but offers users a chance to lock in the lower rate for the next seven days.
Following yesterday's ban in New Jersey, Tesla Motors is hoping that it same fate doesn't befall it in Ohio.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer has finally made the push into local search by partnering with Yelp. Following a month of rumors, Yahoo! announced its deal with Yelp, bringing Yelp's reviews, business information and star ratings to Yahoo! Search.
Amazon is going after the grocery business as its next big growth engine, but don't let that fool you into thinking that's all it's focused on. The next target for Amazon? Your living room.
Tesla Motors' presence in New Jersey will be severely hampered, as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's administration goes back on its word in a fight against the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJ CAR).
Following January's successful webcast, DoubleLine Capital's Jeffrey Gundlach is holding another, this time focused on the consequences of quantitative easing.
The next iPhone, dubbed by many to be the iPhone Air, is going to be a huge product push for Apple, both in scope and in size. That's leading one analyst to upgrade the stock as investors await new product categories.
Facebook isn't just the world's largest social network. It's an advertising behemoth, which may soon wind up rivaling the likes of Google.
In the battle of what to do with eBay's PayPal, Carl Icahn is listening to Elon Musk.
AMC Networks shares can thank Rick, Carl, Darryl, a whole slew of zombies and the rest of The Walking Dead for the recent jump in the share price. According to one analyst, there may be more to slay in the future than just zombies.
Instagram has just landed its first big advertising campaign, worth a reported $100 million. According to sources close to the situation, Instagram deal NOT worth $100M. http://bit.ly/1k0iNVm
Don't write off the Microsoft Surface and other Windows-based tablets just yet. If the tablet market projections pan out, Microsoft may come roaring back.
It's no secret that Tesla Motors and its Model S electric car are popular stateside. The company delivered 6,892 Model S vehicles on its way to generating $761 million in revenue during the fourth quarter. Yet as the company expands into Europe and China, the opportunities for Tesla are seemingly endless.
Pandora shares plunged in early Thursday trading following concerns that listeners are no longer using the Internet radio service, and it's going to stop providing monthly metrics.
Zillow announced today that Errol Samuelson will join the company in the new position of Chief Industry Development Officer to lead the company's real estate industry relations strategy. He will report directly to Zillow's CEO, Spencer Rascoff.
It's no secret that Apple's biggest revenue engine is the iPhone. With the iPhone 5s and 5c on the market for nearly six months now, all eyes are turning towards the iPhone 6. That may come sooner than you think, according to one analyst.
Amazon is seemingly hell-bent on owning every part of the consumer experience in its quest to drive more users to its site. The next big area of opportunity? Food.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a sexy topic, and could mean a lot of different things to a lot of different companies. For Apple, it may mean the car.
When Yahoo! announced it was buying Tumblr for $1.1 billion, many, including myslelf, saw it as an expensive acquisition. It looks like it may wind up paying off, however.
RadioShack shares were plunging, following fourth-quarter results and the announcement it would be closing 1,100 under-performing stores.
Though the majority of Tesla's Model S sales occur domestically, the company is getting serious about expanding into Europe. Tesla plans to open a slew of new Supercharger stations and service centers.
Toll Brothers may be poised to benefit over other homebuilders as the housing market continues to recover.
Apple's CFO Peter Oppenheimer is stepping down from his post, after spending nearly 20 years at the global technology giant.
Forbes issues its annual list of the world's billionaires, and much to no one's surprise tech is well represented. Companies like Microsoft, Oracle, Google, Amazon, Facebook and others make the list, with some of the most well-known executives in the industry topping the list.
Carl Icahn is at it again, attacking eBay's board, most notably Marc Andreessen, as Icahn looks for eBay to spin off PayPal.
As Apple looks to new initiatives to reinvigorate growth, the connected car is the next obvious area. Apple announced that several leading manufacturers are rolling out, CarPlay, Apple's take on the connected car.
Tesla Motors shares dropped sharply in early Monday trading, despite a price target boost from JPMorgan on the Gigafactory announcement.
Everyone and their brother went nuts yesterday (myself included) when Tesla Motors unveiled plans for the Gigafactory. After a good night's sleep, a shower and some thinking, it might be time to take a step back and say, 'wait a minute.'
It's no secret that Nintendo is going through problems, and that's hurting the company, its shareholders, and the House that Mario built. With cries that Nintendo accept the reality it's in and start developing games for mobile devices growing ever louder, it's hard to ignore. Unless you're Nintendo.
Tesla Motors unveiled plans for its multi-billion dollar Gigafactory, and Wall Street is largely positive on the implications for the ambitious project.
Baidu shares surged after the Chinese Internet search giant reported fourth-quarter results that blew past expectations.
In conjunction with the $1.6 billion debt offering, Tesla Motors just announced, the company finally announced plans for the Giga factory. Much to no one's surprise, it's massive.
Tesla Motors has filed a release to issue $1.6 billion worth of convertible debt, as it looks to shore up its cash position in anticipation of the upcoming gigafactory.
Judging by Apple's share price over the past 12 months or so, it's pretty clear that institutional investors are not taking to the company like they did once before. One analyst on Wall Street breaks down why.
As part of yesterday's massive Tesla Motors price target hike, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas touched on the upcoming Gigafactory, which Tesla wants to house lithium-ion battery production. While no one knows what it will cost, it's likely to be incredibly expensive.
The purchase of WhatsApp has strengthened Facebook's dominance in the white-hot area of mobile social networking and it could wind up being a huge money maker as well.
Though the electric vehicle market is just starting to become mainstream, Tesla Motors is the most well known of the group. However, according to Morgan Stanley, Tesla is going to be much more than just a top electric vehicle maker -- it's planning on changing the world.
On the back of his talk at Mobile World Congress, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should have nothing to worry about, at least as it pertains to his investors.
Netflix and Comcast announced a major deal over the weekend that gives Netflix direct access to Comcast's broadband network. Not only is this a landmark deal between a content company and a broadband provider, but it will change the way content is delivered to homes in the future.
'The next big thing' for World Wrestling Entertainment, its investors and the wrestling world in general is the launch of the WWE Network. Judging by the reaction on social media, the Web, and the company's own research, it may wind up being bigger than Hulk Hogan's 24" biceps.
In the world according to Carl Icahn, eBay should no longer own PayPal. Not only is this a strong statement, but he's also calling out eBay directors, including well-known venture capitalist Marc Andreessen.
Groupon shares plunged in early Friday trading after the online goods company reported first-quarter earnings guidance that missed Wall Street estimates.
When the financial crisis was seemingly getting worse by the day, the Federal Reserve knew it had to act, but some were concerned about future implications. In Jan. 2008, it didn't truly understand how bad the situation would be become.
Priceline.com's remarkable return from Internet dot-com bust to tech stalwart continued, as the company smashed fourth-quarter estimates once again.
Tesla Motors future lies in its ability to meet demand for the Model S, the Model X, and ultimately what comes after it. If Elon Musk has his way, the Model X will be bigger than the Model S.
Tesla Motors shares surged in early Thursday trading after the electric vehicle maker posted fourth-quarter results that were better-than-expected, and 2014 looks to be even brighter.
Fear not Apple fans. It looks like the iPhone launch for China Mobile is already playing out better than anyone thought.
Tesla Motors reports fourth-quarter earnings after the closing bell on Wednesday. Given the incredible run in Tesla shares, all eyes will be looking to 2014 to see what's ahead for the electric automaker.
Shares of Tesla Motors surged following fourth-quarter results that beat expectations.
While the actual earnings from Tesla Motors are likely to get the majority of the attention tonight, there's one other thing people should be looking for: any update on the 'giga factory.'
Those who lived in the areas where Google Fiber were seen as lucky, getting download speeds nearly 100 times faster than what most of us have today. Now, a lot more of the U.S. population is about to get lucky as well.
Electric vehicle maker Tesla reports earnings after the bell. Here's what analysts are expecting ahead of the results.
Whether you've just received a new iPhone for the holidays, or are giving one as a Valentine's Day gift, here are some cool apps to check it out.
Apple shares got a boost in early trading, gaining 0.12% to $545.10 after Merrill Lynch boosted its price target to $590, citing the recent accelerated buyback activity.
The long-awaited second season of House of Cards is ready on Netflix.
Valentine's Day is today, and tech giant, Apple, has curated apps to help make everyone's holiday more enjoyable -- whether you're single, dating someone, or in a long-term relationship.
Square is adding a new feature to Square Cash to make sending money even easier, allowing people to request money from either a single person or a group in seconds.
Shares of CBS shares surged 4.1% to $64.38 after the content giant posted fourth-quarter results that beat Wall Street expectations, announced a $1.5 billion accelerated share repurchase program and said it would spin off its billboard business by the end of March.
Now that the Comcast, Time Warner Cable deal is officially announced, let me bring to light something a little fishy about stock movement prior to the announcement.
Zillow shares rise after the Seattle-based online real estate company reported fourth-quarter earnings and mixed 2014 guidance.
In an exclusive interview, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's plans for 2014, as the company ramps up spending and marketing to make Zillow a household name.
Zillow Q4 earnings blew past Wall Street forecasts as revenue surged 70%. CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's earnings in an exclusive interview with TheStreet.
Zillow shares fell after the Seattle-based online real estate giant posted fourth-quarter results that soundly beat estimates.
When Amazon hinted on its fourth-quarter earnings call it was considering raising the price of its popular Amazon Prime service, the stock rose in after-hours trading as investors clamored for more earnings. Consumers however, aren't as keen on the idea.
If you thought that Google was done innovating, and VMware was just about cloud computing, think again. The Chromebook is trying to revolutionize the modern business world.
Online real estate giant Zillow reports fourth-quarter earnings and all eyes will be focused on whether Zillow can keep growing its traffic at a breakneck pace.
IBM is announcing its first investment from the newly established Watson supercomputer Group to support start-ups and VC-backed businesses that are building cognitive apps in the Watson Developer Cloud.
Rackspace RAX plunged in early Tuesday trading, after the cloud computing company posted exceptionally weak fourth-quarter results and announced the departure of CEO Lanham Napier.
Following last year's deal with Starbucks, Square announces that it's bringing its hardware, software and services to another trendy shopping location, Whole Foods.
Valentine's Day is Friday, Feb. 14 and tech giant, Apple, has curated apps to help make everyone's holiday more enjoyable -- whether you're single, dating someone, or in a long-term relationship.
Shares of Tesla Motors surge, getting close to the magical $200 ahead of earnings next week.
Apple is bringing iTunes Radio, which it announced in the United States last June and firmly launched in September, to Australia.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer didn't exactly take my suggestion on buying Yelp. However, she's reportedly done the next best thing: partner with it.
AutoNavi Holdings shares surged 26.7% to $20.96 following news that Alibaba wants to own the rest of the company.
Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook announces the company bought back $14 billion worth of its own stock in the past two weeks. What it means, I'm not entirely sure.
Bitcoin crops up in the news seemingly every day, most notably for the wild price swings. As more people understand it and how it works, it may be the payment form of the future for Amazon.
Facebook's CEO did not cut his stake in the world's largest social network, as first reported.
Twitter plunged in early Thursday trading, after the micro-blogging social network showed user growth is anemic, especially when compared to Facebook.
Yelp shares surge in premarket trading on Thursday after the local advertising company posts fourth-quarter revenue above consensus and strong guidance.
Twitter has a major growth problem: its user base.
Twitter reports fourth-quarter earnings after the close of trading Wednesday, and analysts will be looking for clarity on how well the company's three main products -- promoted tweets, promoted accounts, and trends -- are doing.
Shares of Twitter fell following fourth-quarter results that beat Wall Street expectations.
3D Systems shares were plunging in Wednesday trading after the 3D printing company announced full year revenue would be below guidance, and fourth-quarter earnings would be below forecasts.
Facebook announced Paper last week, perhaps the most innovative redesign in years. It's aesthetically pleasing, and redesigns the way you use and interact with Facebook. For investors, though, there's one major problem.
Twitter reports its first earnings report Wednesday after the close of trading. At this stage, it's a wild card on what to expect, and it's time to place your bets -- in 140 characters or less.
Tableau Software surged following its fourth-quarter results. The Seattle-based firm posted per-share earnings of 20 cents a share for the December-ended quarter. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters had expected the company to break even. Revenue of $81.5 million was up 95% year-over-year and $14.5 million higher than analysts' forecast.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's new CEO, explains who he is in an email to Microsoft employees.
Apple's next big project could be building out its own content delivery network, perhaps for an Apple-branded television.
As Facebook turns 10, it's launching a new product that allows users to look back at some of their biggest moments shared on the social network.
Chinese Internet company JD.com is not all it's cracked up to be, once you dig into the details.
Apple's days as a growth company, and subsequently, a growth stock, are over.
Zynga, the San Francisco-based mobile games maker also said that it's implementing a cost cutting plan that will include a 15% workforce reduction of about 314 employees, as it beat fourth-quarter earnings and announced a major acquisition.
Google reported fourth-quarter results that were better-than-expected, and analysts noted that revenue continues to accelerate.
When Google announced it was buying Nest for $3.2 billion a couple of weeks ago, it caught a lot of people off guard. Following Thursday night's earnings call, we now know why Google bought the company.