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NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 172.52
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 113.55 / 175.49
Avg Volume 16.14M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 2.90B
Market Cap 493.74B
EPS 3.60
P/E Ratio 38.03
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Snapchat Maintains Edge Over Instagram in U.S. Signups, But Not for Long

Snapchat Maintains Edge Over Instagram in U.S. Signups, But Not for Long

While Snapchat is still attracting more U.S. signups than rival Instagram, new data suggests that Snapchat's additions are declining.

WhatsApp Rejects UK Demand for Access to Encrypted Messages

WhatsApp Rejects UK Demand for Access to Encrypted Messages

Terrorists are said to be 'frequent users' of WhatsApp.

Facebook Could Be Back in China in 2018

Facebook Could Be Back in China in 2018

Facebook has hired former Chinese government officials to help lobby on its behalf.

Amazon, Google and Other U.S. Tech Giants Face a Battle Over Taxes With Europe

Amazon, Google and Other U.S. Tech Giants Face a Battle Over Taxes With Europe

As Google and Apple appeal heavy fines imposed by Brussels regulators, European governments are now proposing to tax tech giants based on their revenue rather than their profits.

Facebook and Snap Have One Issue That Will Have to Be Solved: Peter Bonfield

Facebook and Snap Have One Issue That Will Have to Be Solved: Peter Bonfield

Insider control of Facebook and Snap will eventually become a bigger issue, explains NXP Semiconductor chairman Peter Bonfield.

Transports Aren't Going Anywhere

Things change, but not the market's overbought-ness.

Jim Cramer on Nvidia, Caterpillar, Facebook, HP Enterprise, Autozone and FedEx

Jim Cramer on Nvidia, Caterpillar, Facebook, HP Enterprise, Autozone and FedEx

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Monday's trending stocks.

Chinese Smartphone Maker Huawei Takes Shots at Apple iPhone X

Chinese Smartphone Maker Huawei Takes Shots at Apple iPhone X

Huawei, the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world, is expected to debut the Mate 10, its new smartphone, next month.

Jim Cramer Reacts to Russia Ads on Facebook: 'Advertising Will Continue'

Jim Cramer Reacts to Russia Ads on Facebook: 'Advertising Will Continue'

Facebook is in some hot water.

10 European Union Countries Back Heftier Tax Plan for Google, Amazon, Facebook

10 European Union Countries Back Heftier Tax Plan for Google, Amazon, Facebook

A new revenue tax plan for the tech giants isn't policy yet but soon could be.

Rolling Stone Stake Could Fetch as Much as $80 Million

Rolling Stone Stake Could Fetch as Much as $80 Million

A variety of bidders likely will be attracted to Rolling Stone magazine following Jann Wenner's decision to sell his 51% controlling stake in the 50-year-old publication.

Weekly Roundup

Hurricane Irma damage is less than expected, which lifts markets. In the portfolio, we add to one position while updating the ratings on two others.

Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

We sold out of a telecom position this week with a solid 10% gain.

Amazon's Jeff Bezos May Have a Challenger for Biggest Biceps in Silicon Valley

Amazon's Jeff Bezos May Have a Challenger for Biggest Biceps in Silicon Valley

Amazon's chief exec isn't the only tech luminary with an impressive physique.

Twitter Allows Advertisers to Launch Campaigns Using Derogatory Words

Twitter Allows Advertisers to Launch Campaigns Using Derogatory Words

The Daily Beast has discovered that Twitter would allow ad campaigns to target users likely to respond to derogatory words or racial slurs.

Stocks Are in a Bubble and This Is How They Will Explode: Tiger's Robertson

Stocks Are in a Bubble and This Is How They Will Explode: Tiger's Robertson

The market's crazy valuation is the Fed's fault.

Facebook's Messenger Boasts 1.3 Billion Monthly Users

Facebook's Messenger Boasts 1.3 Billion Monthly Users

The announcement comes roughly two months after Facebook announced that its WhatsApp, a separate messaging service owned by Facebook, had 1.3 billion monthly users.

Why Alex Rodriguez Is Investing in Billionaires Warren Buffett and Jeff Bezos

Why Alex Rodriguez Is Investing in Billionaires Warren Buffett and Jeff Bezos

The former Yankees slugger has a well-honed investment strategy.

Former NY Yankees Slugger Alex Rodriguez Reveals One Juicy Investment Tip

Former NY Yankees Slugger Alex Rodriguez Reveals One Juicy Investment Tip

The former Yankee third baseman is pretty cautious when it comes to investing, but he has one hot tip he's looking to act on in the next 18 months. And find out why he's not messing around with Bitcoin.

Cramer: Got the Apple-FANG Blues? Look for a Rotation

Cramer: Got the Apple-FANG Blues? Look for a Rotation

There's one going on now.

Verizon Hints at Another Acquisition in Battle Against Google, Facebook

Verizon Hints at Another Acquisition in Battle Against Google, Facebook

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam tells the audience at a Goldman Sachs conference the telecommunications company isn't done making content deals.

Is Twitter About to Fulfill Its Potential?

Is Twitter About to Fulfill Its Potential?

Social media site badly lags Facebook and is at the mercy of Trump.

Is Twitter About to Fulfill Its Potential?

Is Twitter About to Fulfill Its Potential?

Social media site badly lags Facebook and is at the mercy of Trump.

This Is How Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Imagines Working With Very Old Car Makers

This Is How Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Imagines Working With Very Old Car Makers

Facebook has a lot to learn from the 100-year-old German auto industry, Sheryl Sandberg says.

Facebook Assures Germany It Won't Make Cars

Facebook Assures Germany It Won't Make Cars

COO Sheryl Sandberg made those comments at the Frankfurt auto show.

Bay Area Median Income Reaches New Highs, But Still Leaves Out Minorities

Bay Area Median Income Reaches New Highs, But Still Leaves Out Minorities

Six-figure salaries are considered 'low income' in parts of the San Francisco metro area.

Facebook and Google Face a Tough Balancing Act When It Comes to Policing Content

Facebook and Google Face a Tough Balancing Act When It Comes to Policing Content

As Facebook and Google make decisions on what content appears on its platforms and how it's monetized, keeping everybody happy and preventing a public backlash isn't easy.

TheStreet Quant Rating: A (Buy)