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Twilio shares traded higher Thursday after analysts at Morgan Stanley boosted their target price on the cloud software group, citing value linked to its next-generation communication platform.
The social media giant is ramping up its hardware efforts.
Amazon.com, Facebook and American Express could begin to break down in the near future based on their charts.
Roku's shares have fallen sharply in response to Comcast's decision to provide a free set-top to Internet-only customers. But the impact of this move on Roku's account growth will probably be limited.
Facebook is adding three new products to its Portal lineup.
U.S. stock futures fall modestly in cautious trading as investors focus on the Federal Reserve's interest rates decision expected later Wednesday; FedEx sinks after fiscal first-quarter earnings at the shipping giant miss analysts' forecasts and the company lowers its outlook for fiscal 2020; Adobe falls on weak fourth-quarter guidance; Facebook reportedly is working with Ray-Ban to develop augmented reality glasses.
Workers at Amazon, Facebook, Google's parent and Microsoft pledge to walk out Friday, joining climate-change protests worldwide.
Citigroup initiates coverage of the stock with a buy rating and $95 price target.
Apple launched its case against a controversial EU tax ruling Tuesday, arguing the decision "defies common sense" as it seeks to avoid paying around $14 billion in fines and penalties.
Facebook and Google look inexpensive to some. But is the price justified?
Easing trade tensions and steepening yield curve add to bulls' optimism.
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The giant tech firms are facing yet another investigation by a branch of the U.S. government.
Larry Ellison's company continues to grow much more slowly than the broader enterprise software market. And it just declined to reiterate its full-year revenue growth guidance.
Jim Cramer says politicians, media and government agencies may be taking aim at the tech giants, but consumers still love them and their products.
While politicians, media and government agencies take aim at tech giants, understand that these are the ones helping keep our nation strong and innovative -- and have the love of the people.
Small-business merchants listing their wares on Amazon are being questioned by Federal Trade Commission officials to determine if the e-commerce giant is exerting undue influence and stifling competition.
Stocks finished mixed Tuesday with tech stocks leading decliners as Apple unveiled its iPhone 11 and announced that its Apple TV+ streaming service will $4.99 per month.
Amazon is eating other retailers' lunch when it comes to online sales, with the virtual behemoth now accounting for more than a third of all online retail transactions in the U.S., according to a new report.
Should competitors act in a way that puts the U.S. economy at a disadvantage, then by all means the FOMC must act with a level of anger that intimidates.
Margrethe Vestager, the EU lawamker that has led multiple antitrust actions against big U.S. tech companies and been accused of "hating" America by President Donald Trump, will keep her role as Competition Commissioner in the executive's new cabinet.
Facebook was the target of antitrust probes last week as Big Tech faces a major backlash.
Banking stocks are rising on reports that Saudi Aramco is eyeing a few for its IPO.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter says regulators face an almost impossible task of showing Facebook has harmed consumers -- at least under current antitrust rules.
Stocks ended mixed Friday as a weaker-than-expected jobs report boosted chances for another interest rate cut from the U.S. central bank and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated a pledge to 'act as appropriate to sustain' the U.S. expansion.
Stocks fell on manufacturing worries, but snapped back by the end of the week on renewed hopes for easing U.S.- China trade tensions.
Investigations like those announced by New York and eight other attorneys general on Friday are likely to dog Facebook and its tech peers for years to come, even if they don't ultimately result in much action.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in a webcast discussion in Switzerland that Facebook's proposed digital currency would probably have so many users that it might cause instability in the financial system.
New York state's attorney general announces on Friday that she and other state attorneys general are formally launching an antitrust probe into Facebook, placing additional pressure on the social media giant who is already facing intense federal and international scrutiny.
State attorneys general will announce on Monday they are formally launching separate antitrust probes into both companies, placing additional pressure on the tech giants who are already facing intense federal scrutiny.
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