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Cenovus Energy was one of the biggest losers after the company agreed to purchase properties ConocoPhillips divested.
Nike, Apple, Illumina and Facebook take the last four spots in TheStreet's Market Bracket Challenge.
Because ordinary people are just boring to watch.
Comcast, AT&T and Verizon have new freedom to gather and profit from more consumer data. The new rules could alter the balance of power with Facebook and Google.
However, the market's response to earnings is dead right. Lululemon's shares are under siege.
Snap has been on a wild ride out of the gate, but Facebook has as well.
Here's your update through four rounds of action in TheStreet's Market Bracket Challenge.
Old-line momentum favorites fare well.
Tech's organic growth and visibility has been apparent all year, says Jim Cramer.
Despite reports that's it planning to go public in 2018, the digital media start-up might have more to gain by being acquired.
The 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch displays sported by Samsung's latest flagship phones will be well-received by consumers used to constantly scrolling through Facebook feeds and other content.
The move brings disappearing content streams to an audience extending far beyond Snap's core 18-24-year-old audience.
The only thing that you need to fear about owning stocks is fear itself.
Following a pair of congressional votes, privacy rules are a potential casualty in the battle over video screens, customer data and ad dollars.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including a downgrade of Twitter and new coverage of Facebook, Amazon and Alphabet.
BTIG analyst Brian Ross says that cooperating with Amazon would bring near-term financial benefits, but also longer-term consequences.
Deutsche Bank initiated coverage of Snap with a Buy, but even that wasn't enough to hold off the bears worried about Facebook's growing encroachment on its territory.
Facebook's latest copycat services involve its core app, and should be widely used. If regulators wanted to probe Facebook's moves, past actions against Microsoft and Google would offer some precedent.
As virtual reality takes off, consider this little-known mid-cap stock that should outperform its larger brethren.
Among other things, consumer confidence is up.
The move comes as Facebook's Oculus Rift sold significantly fewer headsets than its competitors in 2016, according to SuperData.
Latest round of FB features similar SNAP's -- imagine that.
Here's your update through three rounds of action in TheStreet's Market Bracket Challenge.
Facebook introduced 'camera effects,' 'direct,' and 'stories,' Tuesday morning