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Hedge funds piled into the tech sector this past quarter. Should you buy their five favorite stocks?
The CEO of the one-time Google experimental unit says it's 'close' to providing solutions for moving things and people around safely.
Be careful about turning bearish solely because price has risen at an extreme pace.
The EU's conditions for approving the deal do little to change hefty potential value to Microsoft's empire. But executing on the opportunity will take some work.
A big segment of stocks isn't participating in the recent rally. Here's a look at five potentially toxic trades to avoid.
Amazon's (AMZN) could-computing division could face increasing competition from players like Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google and Microsoft (MSFT).
Mark Zuckerberg said he didn't want to be an 'arbiter of truth' but Facebook has been developing a censorship tool to get back into China.
The American Center for Mobility, sponsored by Michigan, is designed to keep industry leadership in the state.
With so many unknowns in the investing world, it's important to manage risk, limiting downside, while protecting upside. These tips can help.
The so-called FANG stocks are taking a hit these days, and ETF investors should take note, Wall Street experts say.
Now that Cisco is firmly under Chuck Robbins' control, investors will be looking to hear how tweaks to the business are going and whether emerging markets remain a sore spot.
'There is absolutely no fundamental reason that Apple shares should be performing the way they have.'
Smith & Wesson announces name change initiative the way Philip Morris morphed into Altria.
The e-commerce giant's third-party fulfillment plans will be key to its success during the competitive holiday shopping season.
Middle-market lending, which caters to companies with revenue from $20 million to $500 million a year, is a growing business for Chase. Last quarter, the bank added 600 new clients.
Believe it or not, an opportunity may be right around the corner.
A host of power companies will benefit from California's push for more electric vehicles, but it's unclear which automakers will win.
Investors will be looking to see whether the incredible momentum Facebook has shown can continue throughout the rest of 2016 and into 2017.
Tech giants, Big Pharma and insurers are all angling to profit from the $3 trillion-plus U.S. healthcare market.
Amazon issued earnings and a forecast that didn't match what investors were thinking.
Investors eyeing a purchase of Alphabet Inc shares, but tentative about paying the going market price of $810.79/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal. One interesting put contract in particular, is the January 2018 put at the $620 strike, which has a bid at the time of this writing of $21.40.
The digital advertising world is dominated by Facebook and Alphabet. When Alphabet reports third-quarter results, investors will be looking to see which side is winning the fight.
Telecom giant is spending $85.4 billion just to stay relevant.
AT&T says it will buy Time Warner in $85.4 billion deal that would combine a global telecom operator with the media company steeped in television and film.
Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick remains vague as to when the company will go public.
As the dust settles on Wednesday's contentious presidential debate, U.S. markets are actually teetering on the edge of breakout territory.
CBS reportedly has agreed to allow Google to carry its broadcast network as part of streaming pay-TV service, Unplugged, that is certain to shake up media distribution.