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Will the fast-growing social platform ultimately become more like Facebook, or Twitter? That's the question potential investors are trying to answer.
The artificial intelligence will be used to identify users with suicidal tendencies.
Mergers among media companies, much anticipated for at least three years, may be finally unfolding as WGN owner Tribune Media and magazine publisher Time talk to potential acquirers.
Snap's valuation is expected to be between $19.5 and $22.3 billion.
Changes in our shopping and leisure habits are disrupting stocks like crazy, says Jim Cramer.
Domino's understands that digital growth is the key to leading its industry.
An issue with Amazon's AWS led to issues all over the internet Tuesday.
The world's biggest mobile trade show features plenty of noteworthy product announcements from tech and electronics giants, especially around Android.
But Target doesn't, which is clear when comparing their earnings.
In spite of some publishers' misgivings, Google and Facebook's platforms for hosting -- and often monetizing -- articles on their own servers are gaining plenty of traction.
Publishers have a strong incentive to embrace AMP and Instant Articles.
The company burned its competition with an astonishing fourth-quarter earnings and sales beat.
Jim Cramer highlight's Buffett's confidence in American businesses and stocks, and his critique of high fees charged by money managers.
Samsung smart TVs are currently the platform where users can open Facebook's new video app.
Internet media company Leaf Group CEO Sean Moriarty discusses advertising competition from Facebook and Google.
The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP: To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of Facebook, Inc.
I prefer revenue growth to corporate cash repatriation.
Weak demand from an unnamed "tier-1 service provider" is hurting HPE's server sales and portends some troubling developments. Microsoft's cloud unit is the most likely culprit.
Google parent Alphabet has the strongest and most diversified long-term growth prospects.
CBRE Group CEO Bob Sulentic tells Jim Cramer the commercial real estate market is better than people think.
Jim Cramer is bullish on ConEd, Tanger Factory Outlet Centers; he's bearish on Sunoco.
Cramer's weekly gameplan is about individual stocks, because this is about smart investing and smart stock selection.
We said good-bye to one position and trimmed 2 others as all major indices closed higher once again.
Market shifts attention from earnings to Trump administration plans. Among several portfolio moves, we exit 2 positions.
Shares may still be trading for over 20 times forward sales given slowing growth, and losses could remain high over the near-term.
Apple's continued denouncement of Trump's policy agenda doesn't stand a chance of hurting the tech giant's bottom line.