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Facebook shares traded lower Wednesday following a report that suggested CEO Mark Zuckerberg was aware of privacy issues at the social media giant linked to the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Despite privacy challenges, the digital adverting model is far from doomed. That and other trends suggest the tech giants still have a lot of runway.
Between antitrust, taxes, data privacy and content moderation, regulators and lawmakers are gradually closing in on Big Tech.
Charts need work and some good leadership needs to develop. There is no reason to be overly negative but not much reason to be wildly bullish right now.
Cramer says rallies need fuel, and without it, we end up with what we got Tuesday: a soggy session that reminds us stocks can go down, too.
Jim Cramer takes a look at Yeti Holdings, Canopy Growth, Dermira, Daktronics, TherapeuticsMD, Rite Aid, Genpact and California Water Services.
Facebook has clearly been able to right its ship, but a question always in the back of investors' minds is how long can it last?
Jim discusses our decision to trim Shopify this morning, shares his thoughts on a Facebook upgrade, and provides his takeaways from last night's interview with Salesforce.com Co-CEO Marc Benioff.
Jim Cramer breaks down what he's watching in the FAANG stocks with the House Judiciary hearing on big tech kicking off later Tuesday.
Jim Cramer breaks down what investors need to know about the trade talks, Beyond Meat's downgrade from J.P. Morgan and the House Judiciary Committee's hearing on big tech.
Can the U.S. and China have successful trade talks at the G20 summit? Has Beyond Meat hit the top? And, of course, how should investors look at FAANG now that the House Judiciary is kicking off its big tech hearings. Jim Cramer breaks it all down from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
MoffettNathanson now has a buy rating and $210 price target on shares of the social media giant.
Cryptocurrency advocate and Tron founder Justin Sun says his eye-popping bid was about much more than just getting investing advice from one of the world's richest men.
U.S. stock futures rise despite Donald Trump saying he was ready to levy additional tariffs on China if a trade deal wasn't reached at the G-20 summit later this month; Tesla holds its annual meeting; Shutterfly is bought for $1.74 billion; Intel to buy networking startup Barefoot Networks.
Alphabet stock is finally starting to act better. But is it only a short-term performance with longer term concerns still present?
Canadian pot producer Tilray announces a deal with majority shareholder Privateer Holdings to gradually sell the private equity firm's remaining stake in it.
Curious about what's impacting FAANG stocks? Here's what investors need to know in 60 seconds.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
During a talk with TheStreet, IAC CFO Glenn Schiffman highlights the large addressable markets that several of the Internet conglomerate's businesses are going after.
In an antitrust probe, regulators will likely scrutinize whether Amazon treats third-party sellers unfairly.
At a certain point these FAANG names are going to turn around.
Salesforce stock is posting a modest rally after beating on earnings and revenue estimates. Can it shake off the rust and head to new highs?
Buy Facebook on weakness to its monthly value level at $161.46 which lines up with its 200-day simple moving average at $161.32.
Elizabeth Warren's call for a break-up of tech is a courageous move but unlikely to go anywhere. Technology is the better solution for competition, and perhaps a cultural shift on Wall Street.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been making the case that big technology companies should be regulated. Of course, at the time, he meant businesses other than Apple.
Benioff is getting behind calls for regulation of Silicon Valley giants.
Big U.S. tech companies need to 'clean themselves up', Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff argued in an interview with TheStreet's founder, Jim Cramer, as lawmakers move to bring company bosses to Washington to answer to accusations of antitrust violations and data privacy abuses.
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