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Here's one very distinct possibility for what Google's vague advertising product change actually is, as told by a top ad expert.
Despite a mixed earnings report, there are still plenty of growth opportunities ahead for Google.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg promoted the the idea of private digital spaces in conjunction with digital town squares.
Shares of Alphabet are falling after earnings. See if it holds this potential support zone.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to share more about the 'privacy-focused' platform that Facebook intends to build.
Forget Elon Musk. My beef is with Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat.
While moderating expense growth gave a lift to Alphabet's earnings, ad changes weighed on its top line.
Stay focused on managing individual positions and stick with the up-trend as long as possible. Do not try to anticipate a market top.
Jim Cramer says a dip ahead of earnings can be the best protection against a hammering when a stock comes in too hot.
Facebook lets you send money through its Messenger service. It might even come in handy some day.
'Rookie buying' ahead of the print can get you in trouble.
Now that three companies have touched the vaunted $1 trillion valuation level, Alphabet's earnings could be a catalyst to add a fourth.
The price action of individual stocks is the canary in the coal mine that will tell us when there are some problems developing.
U.S. corporate profits have been surprisingly strong over the first half of the quarterly earnings season, helping stocks to fresh record highs, but rising valuations and weakening sales growth could keep markets from booking further gains in the months ahead.
Facebook delivered impressive results this week, improving investor sentiment for 2020.
I have been preaching that we need to stay focused on price action more than anything else. This week was a particularly good illustration of why.
It is easy to argue that this market should be rolling over but it is not and that means we stick with what is working which are long plays.
Facebook is putting aside $3 billion to pay an expected penalty to the Federal Trade Commission, and says the penalty could run as high as $5 billion. But the figure is not as bad as it seems.
There are still dip buyers jumping on intraday weakness and the indices are staying above key technical levels.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at DexCom, HCA Healthcare, Tractor Supply, Sarepta Therapeutics, The Blackstone Group, HNI Corp. and more.
Jim Cramer says it's the start CNBC's annual Stock Draft Contest, but he cautions Mad Money viewers that although investing can be fun, it requires discipline and doing your homework.
Facebook uploaded the email contacts of 1.5 million new users without asking permission, but says it was "unintentional."
Intel is often a more important market leader than the FAANG names.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends lower after an earnings miss at index-member 3M weighs on shares.
Azure and Office 365 were far from the only Microsoft businesses to show good top-line momentum last quarter.
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