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.