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Jeong Jin Haeng, president, says partnerships are needed to maintain automaker's competitiveness.
CEO Mark Fields, CEO says research and development on this project will double in size.
Parking money in either makes sense in today's low-rate world.
The bitter clash between Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and family heir Shari Redstone was always two different arguments taking place on two different planes.
The winning bidder for the digital media company isn't likely to overpay for its websites including Gawker, Gizmodo, Jezebel and Deadspin.
Arianna Huffington's outsized personality was never going to fit easily into Verizon, but her departure from The Huffington Post doesn't minimize her impact on journalism and the Internet.
The Brooklyn, N.Y., e-commerce company delivered a surprise beat in the second quarter.
The ride-hailing company needs 3-D maps as an enabling technology for cars that eventually won't need drivers.
Media stock investors will be closely watching cord-cutting numbers for any signs of weakness in the business of pay-TV.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the technology sector higher today.
Jim Cramer loves Alphabet's accelerating revenue and he likes the stock's valuation, too.
The e-commerce company delivers a solid quarter, topping both revenue and earnings per share.
Shares of Alphabet are on the rise after the company announced better-than-expected second quarter results, which sparked several price target hikes from Wall Street analysts.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Alphabet (GOOG) as a pre-market leader candidate
Impossible Foods starts the roll out of their plant-based burger that they say rivals beef on look, smell, texture and taste.
Donald Trump, like many politicians, takes advantage of the blurriness of media law to use songs such as Queen's 'We Are The Champions' despite protests by the artists themselves.
In a research note to investors, Citi analyst Mark May speculated on a potential eBay takeover.
Wall Street should listen to Spencer Jakab and Angela Duckworth.
Optimism is warranted over the long haul, but investors probably face a short-term headache. Here are the crucial numbers and events to watch in the week ahead.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
Stocks with insider trader activity include GOOG, APOG and BDC
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Nucor, Verizon and Wynn Resorts, and new coverage for Panera Bread.