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Lots of earnings (nice work, tech) and a Fed meeting make for a busy week. In the portfolio, we've taken out our Target.
The successful round of tech IPOs continues with Talend climbing more than 40% on its first day of trading. NBC and Facebook work on a deal for Olympics coverage.
The Point72 chief buys a slice of ownership in a computer-driven startup fund and puts $250 million under management with them.
On Alphabet executives told you why the quarter came together.
Jim Cramer said FAA is the new FANG, but he is still holding out hope for Netflix.
Facebook (FB) could owe the IRS $3 billion to $5 billion in taxes from transferring assets to an Irish subsidiary in 2010.
Facebook could get hit with a massive tax bill from the IRS that would have a material impact on the company.
Apple deserves an extra round of applause as it absolutely embarrassed several high-profile analysts.
Facebook's recent earnings release and continued growth put its forward price-to-earnings ratio at a sound level.
Amazon and Alphabet both killed it on earnings, but only one of them told us how.
The key will be if the intraday buyers step up again.
Cramer is buying what Tanger is selling and thinks Facebook is absolutely fabulous.
Was GDP sluggish or buoyant in Q2? And still no word on stimulus from the Bank of Japan and prime minister Abe.
The economy needs consumers to buy, buy, buy but so far consumers have been all over the map, Cramer says.
BlackBerry's new phone may allow authorities back-door access. Uber and Didi officially get permission to operate in China.
We are very comfortable raising our price target.
Another busy day on the earnings calendar kept trading erratic again on Thursday, though the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to clinch slight gains by the end of the session.
Short-seller Andrew Left says Facebook stock will go lower, though analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Facebook continued to reap the rewards of its strong quarterly results today.
That sound you hear is jaws dropping because of Facebook's earnings.
Stocks are mixed on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford clouds a number of better-than-expected quarters from other major companies.
Even killer results from Facebook haven't been able to generate better momentum, and that's a problem.
The short-seller says Facebook stock will go lower, while analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Even with half of S&P 500 companies having reported, a clear picture of the earnings season remains murky.
Facebook's revenue increased 59% year-over-year, and analysts are saying the platform still has room to grow.