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Let's step away from the daily grind and keep in mind the longer term picture for the stock market.
It's never a good time to lose a respected leader, but Marvin Ellison's departure means J.C. Penney's future will be especially wobbly.
The world's largest tech companies are spending aggressively to widen their leadership positions. Look out world.
China gives Donald Trump and the automakers a nice gift. The NYSE has a female CEO for the first time in its 226-year history. Stock buybacks remain the rage on Wall Street.
The growth driving many U.S. companies shares is disproportionately centered in China.
There are hints that U.S. companies may get direct access to Chinese markets.
BIDU is down some 15% since Wednesday's close. Here's where the charts say to enter.
As '60 Minutes' puts Google's antitrust squabbles with the EU back in the spotlight, it's worth keeping a sense of perspective about what the battles can and can't affect.
With the resurgent market, traders are moving back into the big tech names such as Apple and Facebook.
The stock buyback remains a powerful tool to boost stock prices. Investors better hope the market doesn't reverse course later this year.
Apple shares rise firmly on Monday as investors react to a thawing of trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
'The Power of Google?' More like the power of literally all of the big tech companies. They're all likely monopolies, and it's pretty dense to think otherwise.
Apple will find yet another competitor in the music business soon in YouTube Music.
The companies on the list of 500 represent an impressive two-thirds of U.S. gross domestic product.
Better trade news could help tech stocks, and could eventually boost oil-infrastructure plays as well.
Global stocks rallied across the board Monday as investors cheered reports that talks between the U.S. and China appeared to have averted a damaging trade war between the world's two biggest economies.
Getting ready to do battle with the market in the coming week? Come prepared with these three simple tips from TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer.
Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
The market has largely traded sideways despite a solid first quarter earnings season. But, volatility lurks.
Apple's smart speaker has a long ways to go to catch up to the category leaders.
A service that pairs ad-free YouTube with originals and a music service that's fully integrated with YouTube should be well-received, but its pricing gives Apple and Spotify a bit of a breathing room.
There are already plenty of monopolies in big tech. Google isn't alone.
Why study charts? Because they're like footprints at the scene of the crime, clues to what the big money managers are likely thinking, Jim Cramer says.
As 60 Minutes puts Google's antitrust squabbles with the EU back in the spotlight, it's worth keeping a sense of perspective about what the battles can and can't affect.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, May 18.
Compared to the domestic equity market, the Trifecta portfolio delivered a rather favorable performance this week.
It's not too hard to find chip stocks trading at low multiples right now. Here are three for which the risk-reward looks favorable.
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