Tesla's third quarter may show a drop in Model S deliveries, but its hopes rely on the rest of 2014, as it seeks to surpass 35,000 deliveries for the year.
Alibaba shares fall after the Chinese Internet conglomerate posts better-than-expected revenue in its first ever quarterly earnings report since becoming a public company.
Amazon is working hard to get its tablet lineup up to par with Apple, and it has in some aspects, except the key one -- apps.
As Square fights to remain relevant in the payments world, it's expanding its reach to more than just the small business clientele, including larger brands like Uniqlo, Burberry and Lululemon.
As consumers become more aware of the Apple Pay and Google Wallet mobile payment systems, other players such as Dwolla are emerging.
Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook has unveiled to the world that he is gay, saying he "is proud to be gay."
Facebook plunges after the company says revenue for the fourth quarter would be below consensus at a time of strength in the sector. Meanwhile, expenses are spiraling higher.
Twitter's third quarter shows it's more of the same for the company -- its biggest problem is not the viability of its business, it's growing the user base.
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Twitter has had a rocky 2014 so far, with shares moving violently based on how many millions of monthly active users (MAUs) it adds in a quarter.