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After ripping higher earlier in the week, stocks went into consolidation mode Friday.
Starbucks needs to ignite its sales, and fast.
News publishers are moving ahead with an effort to win antitrust exemption to collectively negotiate with Facebook and Google.
Foursquare eyes Amazon Alexa partnership as it quietly becomes the go-to data player in tech.
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Jim Cramer says these market rotations are crushing good stocks that don't deserve it.
The head of the company's news partnerships said Facebook has heard the cries of publishers.
Uber may have to look beyond Silicon Valley to find a replacement for the company's hard-charging founder.
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The companies leading the charge today are different.
But former Apple creative director Hugh Dubberly says he wouldn't count the tech giant out.
We'll take some profits in winners AMZN, GOOGL, FB and OLED and add to MKC and MGM.
LinkedIn could drive tremendous momentum.
China remains elusive for yet another U.S. tech giant after Facebook's WeChat messaging app was subjected to censorship this week.
Tech always top of mind for TheStreet.
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The GPU giant's AI partnerships and large developer base could help it fend off competition from Intel, AMD and others.
And that's a good sign for the market.
Google Feed probably won't destroy Facebook's 2-billion-strong user base.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Needham sees Facebook as go-to for advertisers.
The WhatsApp block sparked speculation that users would now switch to Tencent's messaging app WeChat.