I expect the volatility to continue after earnings.
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Google's Display Network can do more with Twitter's user data than Twitter can do on its own.
Apptio shares surged 44% on Friday in its trading debut at the Nasdaq.
This semiconductor company is at the forefront of several new types of technology that will pay off for investors.
The micro-blogging site is soaring today after being beaten down for months. The reason? A new report suggests an acquisition might be in the works...
U.S. stocks move lower as a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's patience on raising interest rates runs out of steam.
A visionary like Vala Afshar understands the potential that Twitter really has.
Facebook will face pressure over the next few days over its ad-inflation scandal, but probably not much longer than that, says Jim Cramer.
Yahoo! should have come clean earlier on its hacking problem, but it likely won't derail the Verizon deal because it was not a ransom hack, says Jim Cramer.
Twitter is a perfect vehicle for customer relations management and that is why it would fit in well as a part of another, larger enterprise, says Jim Cramer
Shares of Commvault are up 35% in 2016. Not a bad way to celebrate the data storage specialist's 10-year anniversary as a public company, said the company's CEO Bob Hammer.
Kinder Morgan, TransCanada, Enbridge and MGE Energy are power players worth owning.
Shares of Facebook opened lower on Friday and The Finish Line raised its earnings outlook for the year.