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Trade-Ideas LLC identified Alphabet (GOOGL) as a post-market leader candidate
There seems to be no limit to Amazon's ascent, and its dominance in cloud services will lift it even higher.
Alphabet (GOOGL) stock is gaining in after-hours trading on Thursday after the tech giant posted earnings and revenue above analysts’ expectations.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa, Jack Mohr and Scott Berman break down Alphabet's much-anticipated second-quarter earnings.
Amazon's cloud services business grew by 70% in 2015.
Even killer results from Facebook haven't been able to generate better momentum, and that's a problem.
Microsoft may have dodged a bullet by having its $45-billion hostile offer for Yahoo! turned down by the Web pioneer.
The e-commerce giant should be able to pull off a solid quarter should retail and web services growth hold up.
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A combination of factors should drive the market higher but the computer algos could make it choppy.
Facebook soundly beats second-quarter analysts' estimates; Shell posts a sharp fall in second-quarter profit; U.S. stock futures move higher.
On Thursday, July 28, Alphabet, Amazon and Credit Suisse are scheduled to report quarterly results.
Alphabet reports earnings late Thursday. Where will its stock go Friday morning? Jim Cramer will be watching.
The trust purchased another 200 shares of Wells Fargo for about $47.91 per share.
We don't expect any downward surprises Thursday and would use any weakness to build our holdings.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Facebook and Alphabet.
Twitter is hoping fresh content will lure new users and advertisers alike, because nothing else is.
There is hesitancy to chase, especially with the FOMC rate decision this afternoon.
By combining Yahoo! with AOL, Verizon has the makings of a programmatic advertising platform capable of cutting into a business dominated by Google and Facebook.
Amazon stock set its all-time intraday high on its July 12 'Prime Day.' But price gaps on its charts suggest it is overbought.
The health care IT firm is viewed as a 'crown jewel' but may still be too large of an asset for logical buyers to get comfortable with.
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.
'We couldn't be less confident in the long-term fundamentals,' portfolio managers Cramer and Mohr say.
Here's a brief overlook of each of Yahoo's chief executives through the years.
If you have investments in fintech companies like LendingClub, Square, PayPal, Visa and MasterCard, there's a new index that will help you track the industry's performance in the market.
Analysts say that the downside risk for Apple rises only if sales decline by more than 5% to 10% a year. The question is whether that is likely.