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Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Facebook and Alphabet.
Twitter is hoping fresh content will lure new users and advertisers alike, because nothing else is.
Ad revenue growth is expected to drive the company's earnings, to be released today.
The social media giant reports earnings today after the market closes. We sort through the hype to tell you what to expect.
There is hesitancy to chase, especially with the FOMC rate decision this afternoon.
Facebook (FB) stock is cheaper than Clorox (CLX) based on 2018 numbers, Jim Cramer says.
Facebook, on the other hand, sees many more green days following results.
By combining Yahoo! with AOL, Verizon has the makings of a programmatic advertising platform capable of cutting into a business dominated by Google and Facebook.
Facebook is set to release second quarter earnings after the markets close on Wednesday.
Amazon stock set its all-time intraday high on its July 12 'Prime Day.' But price gaps on its charts suggest it is overbought.
Apple sells more iPhones than expected and the stock rises in premarket trading; U.S. stock futures are higher ahead of an announcement from the Fed on interest rates.
The markets await Facebook's quarterly results and the Federal Reserve's July policy statement on Wednesday, July 27.
LinkedIn purchased PointDrive for an undisclosed sum, while China-based smartphone maker Huawei reported smartphone shipments climbed 25% for the first half of 2016.
Cramer says Facebook management needs to reassure investors about its advertising numbers when it reports earnings Wednesday.
Jim Cramer says he'll be looking closely at Facebook's quarterly earnings, which are due to be released Wednesday after the markets close.
Facebook reports earnings Wednesday. Its stock appears poised for a new high on a positive reaction.
'We couldn't be less confident in the long-term fundamentals,' portfolio managers Cramer and Mohr say.
Here's a brief overlook of each of Yahoo's chief executives through the years.
Jim Cramer says Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer failed at leadership because she didn't inspire her employees.
The telco giant is paying a reasonable price for Yahoo!'s core assets, but whether it can execute on the deal's potential remains to be seen.
CMG's valuation looks like a steal compared to Amazon and Facebook.
The Yahoo! acquisition is a huge boost for Verizon's stock because it will help the company attract new customers while simultaneously retaining its old ones, says Jim Cramer
Morgan Stanley said this morning that Facebook (FB) has not taken a hit from rival social media app Snapchat’s wild popularity.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Facebook (FB) as a "water-logged and getting wetter" (weak stocks crossing below support with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
The Internet company's core operations have been for sale since February.
Markets will trade higher from here, but there will be a period of consolidation.