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With 7 positions set to report this week, we purposely stayed on the sidelines over the last few days.
Telecom giant is spending $85.4 billion just to stay relevant.
Wall Street enters the thick of earnings reporting in week three of the season with heavyweights Apple and Alphabet on tap.
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.
The online payments giant's willingness to take smaller cuts of transactions for the sake of larger overall payment volume is paying off, as shown by its 2017 and three-year guidance.
M&A may dominate headlines, but investors need to watch earnings as well, says Jim Cramer.
Flood of earnings, data and reports restrains the market, with no help from Wednesday's debate. We added to one of our portfolio positions.
With YouTube's help, Google's reported online TV service can stand out in an increasingly crowded field. But it isn't clear that either cord-cutters or pay-TV subscribers will embrace it.
Only 23% of U.S. technical jobs are held by women and women are twice as likely to leave the tech sector than men are.
Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick remains vague as to when the company will go public.
Bad hombres and nasty ladies fueled the spirited political debate on social media.
DocuSign announces a new electronic payment service in a partnership with big technology companies like Apple and Microsoft.
Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google unit will help frustrated cable customers out soon by offering a 'skinny bundle' of channels through YouTube for $25 to $40 per month.
By letting users carry out transactions with local businesses on its site and apps, Facebook stands to collect valuable data and give businesses more incentive to buy ads.
There are several buy signals involving stock of the streaming-music service.
Not only is Google's new smartphone better, it will generate more money for search.
As the dust settles on Wednesday's contentious presidential debate, U.S. markets are actually teetering on the edge of breakout territory.
U.S. stock futures rise and European stocks are mixed following the final U.S. presidential debate and after the European Central Bank leaves rates unchanged.
The lack of movement is causing great frustration for many market players.
Analysts expect sales to drop 26% year on year, but profits to rise.
While Social Media Is Getting More Political, Likes, Shares and Video Page Views Won't Count on Nov. 8
Alphabet's (GOOGL) new TV service will reportedly carry all of CBS's (CBS) content including NFL games.
Charts signal a price target between $880 and $1,040?
ServiceNow, Tableau, Pegasystems and other enterprise software groups made Salesforce's list, while Twitter was conspicuously absent.