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Stocks finish week sharply lower on worries over global economic growth slowing after earlier surging on Fed's more accommodating stance.
Here is how the current IPO lifecycle will play out, with stops for Lyft and Pinterest.
As the streaming giant hikes prices in the U.S., it's testing cheaper, mobile-only plans in India and other cost-sensitive markets.
Facebook is cheaply valued and focused on growing its commerce business.
Another pressing concern for FedEx is the margin compression in its U.S. business.
GOOGL's ambitious gaming has to answer questions before being called a true game changer.
As Amazon, Microsoft and Google tout their cloud and services offerings, Facebook and others are trying to carve out their own niche in gaming.
Wondering what money transfer app is right for you? There are many factors to consider.
Jim discusses Monday's Nvidia initiation, Facebook, what's behind Amazon's recent run higher, Alphabet and Apple, an upgrade on Five Below, and more!
Marriott is making a push towards the high end of the market when consumer spend looks to be slowing. But the hotel operator has some tailwinds at its back.
Stocks finished higher but a decline in Boeing shares limited gains.
The social network's difficulty removing videos from the mass shooting in New Zealand could lead to other problems for the company, says Needham and Co.
Marriott is making moves to cash in on key travel trends.
Microsoft held its quarterly pivot at $116.13 Monday morning but is below its risky level for March at $119.29, where investors should reduce holdings on strength.
Matthew Cheslock, an equity trader with Virtu Financial, discusses Lyft's roadshow and the competition between Lyft and Uber, whether or not the Federal Reserve will be even more dovish during their March meeting and why investors should keep an eye on FAANG.
Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Alphabet are facing a growing chorus of critics in the U.S, Europe and elsewhere.
The FAANG stocks led the market swoon but they are also leading the rebound. Alphabet, Amazon, and Apple are all showing solid gains year to date.
Nasdaq-100 futures offer multiple ways to protect against sudden swings when tech earnings are reported.
Facebook trades lower Friday, a day after the social media giant announced that its chief product officer and the head of WhatsApp are leaving the company.
Analyst Daniel Salmon is concerned that calls by politicians such as Elizabeth Warren to break up Amazon, among other giant tech companies, could start to gain momentum.
Keybanc analysts believe Amazon stock can run to $2,100, but it needs to breakout over this level first.
The Game Developers Conference kicks off soon, and Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and others are staking their claims in the fast-growing gaming industry.
Jim Cramer asks, can you recognize when you're getting needlessly greedy? Stick to the rules if you want to stay in the game for the long run.
At the Game Developers Conference, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and others are staking out their positions in the fast-growing online games market.
As Facebook's departures have mounted amid a strategic shift, Mark Zuckerberg seems to be taking on a larger role in shaping the direction of his company's apps and services.
Stocks close up on Friday amid hopes the U.S. and China are making progress on a trade pact and word that Boeing is speeding up its 737 MAX fixes.
Last year Facebook dropped after a string of negative press, but eventually the stories continued and the stock stabilized. That was the bottom.
The two FANG stocks are diverging Friday due to corporate news/analyst activity.
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