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U.S. stock futures are down slightly and global stocks slump amid continued concerns over slumping oil prices.
Imagination Technologies shares surged in early London trading on news that Apple supplier put itself up for sale.
Imagination Technologies shares in focus.
Swiss watch makers Swatch and Richemont gained in Thursday morning trading on news of a surprise jump in Swiss watch exports.
The fingerprint sensor issues for the iPhone's OLED model could delay shipments by two months.
Buyers are close to taking back control of Twitter this summer.
Qualcomm says Apple is distorting the truth in its description of the company's technological contributions.
Virgin Mobile said it wants to become the first iPhone-only network.
In searching for Travis Kalanick's replacement as chief executive, Uber's board can't simply hire a competent manager.
Chevron and Exxon Mobil have much better dividend yields than the utilities ETF, and are outperforming the energy ETF as crude oil slumps.
Energy stocks and the auto industry were in focus Wednesday.
A bearish flag pattern projects a return to the 200-day moving average.
The driverless car race is on.
You may not want to hear this, but Google only has the potential for a top.
This thing changed the tech landscape.
But the president is unlikely to stand in the way of the electric car giant's plans, analysts say.
Crude oil hit hard. Energy stocks pay the price.
Apple's stock is unlikely to stay down for too long.
The White House envisions a cloud software marketplace, private-sector-style apps and services and cyber security.
In an age where technology is altering our way of lives like no period before in history, age old traditions are being upended everyday. But how far is too far?