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Alphabet's deal with Avis could lead to consumer acceptance of autonomous cars.
Cramer's take on these hot FAANGs.
AAPL is too pricey here, while FB and GOOGL would look better on a dip.
Warren Buffett is famous for being wary of investing in tech stocks.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May says technology companies have to do more to combat hate speech.
Tech momentum names don't put on much of a show.
MIT survey finds only 13% would feel comfortable in an automated vehicle.
Don't expect any meaningful change in the Russell 2000 ETF.
The nutritional supplements company on Monday unveiled a deal to sell to private equity firm HGGC in a transaction valued at about $446M, including debt to be refinanced.
Davids that follow Amazon's example may ultimately beat Goliath to the punch.
Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Neurocrine Biosciences and Alnylam Pharmaceuticals were among the biotech movers in premarket trading on Wednesday.
The U.S. auto supplier will integrate a self-driving system for BMW by 2021 that also will be for sale to rival automakers.
The board was prompted to act by Jana Partners, which has a 9% stake in the grocer.
Forget FANG--these three large-cap stocks look ready to lead the tech sector higher as we head toward the summer months.
Amazon's latest device launches as the Echo sees big growth with Millennials.
The semiconductor giant is redoubling efforts to capitalize on opportunities in autonomous and driverless vehicles.
With two new initiatives this week alone, Asian governments are leading the drive for autonomous cars.
Lack of action doesn't mean traders aren't occupied.
President Trump has talked about a tax holiday, letting companies with cash overseas repatriate their earnings at a low tax rate. Companies like Alphabet, Microsoft and others could benefit.
Small caps are down 0.12% despite the strength in the Nasdaq ETF.
If the uptrend line holds, perhaps shorter timeframe buyers have a shot at testing the mid-$50s.
This is what you need to know before the bell
From Alphabet to Southwest, these names look promising.
Both tech giants tend to retrench now and then.
Jim Cramer answered Action Alerts Plus member questions on his monthly call, including Saad's question about getting into Google and Facebook.
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