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Volkswagen will reportedly invest $2.6 billion in Ford's self-driving vehicle unit Argo. Where does that leave the duo vs. industry leaders like GM's Cruise and Waymo.
Ford and Volkswagen formally announce a global collaboration on self-driving and electric cars in the U.S. and Europe, signaling a new era in the automotive world that focuses on technology and innovation -- and staying competitive.
It is unclear how a 'libra' denominated transaction might be governed in the future and it might require the creation of an entirely new oversight entity.
Automotive giants Volkswagen and Ford are set to reveal a massive joint venture that will see Volkswagen inject $2.6 billion in capital and infrastructure into Ford's self-driving unit, Argo AI.
Microsoft said that Teams has more than 13 million daily users, compared to Slack's last reported user count of 10 million.
The Dow & S&P 500 closed at record highs with the S&P barely missing ending the day above 3,000.
Here's what investors need to know to start their day Thursday.
Here's what to watch as Congress questions big tech executives over antitrust, privacy and more at next week's hearings on Capitol Hill.
Investors in mega-cap tech stocks don't seem to precisely know whether they want growth, value or income. But they know they love the dominance of these companies.
U.S. stock futures point higher following dovish testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell; Delta boost outlook; Bed Bath & Beyond issues a gloomy forecast; the U.S. launches a probe of France's proposed digital tax which appears to target U.S. tech giants such as Alphabet and Amazon.com.
France will press ahead with a planned tax on big U.S. tech companies, despite warnings of retaliation from the White House, as the proposed levy threatens to open yet another area of trade and business tension between the U.S. and Europe.
Amazon stock is hitting its highest levels since the beginning of the fourth quarter. Can they press higher to new highs before Prime Day later this month.
In a bid to compete with YouTube and Patreon, Facebook introduced a $4.99 per month 'fan subscription' option for video creators in 2018 and initially allowed creators to keep all of those revenues.
IBM wants to dominate the trillion-dollar market opportunity for hybrid cloud services, executives said on a call.
It's now clear consumers want everything on demand, including live TV. That's a huge new opportunity for the revamped and rejuvenated House of Mouse.
Investors eyeing the next frontier in tech might want to look at robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence.
Google and others have dabbled in robotics to little effect, but the emerging ecosystem of software tools and cheap robotic parts presages a wave of robot offerings from Big Tech companies.
Google is reportedly in talks with satellite TV giant Dish Network to potentially create a fourth U.S. wireless carrier, a report says. Google calls the speculation 'simply false.'
Friday’s action is the kind that can help us move from Panic all the way to Euphoria –- let’s see if we can get it there.
Tesla continues to lead on the electric vehicle front and to some extent, the autonomous driving front. Can it hold off a growing list of partnerships and collaborations?
Alphabet's 'Other Bets' were intended as a way for the company to more nimbly explore new businesses, but nearly four years on, there's little to show for the holding company structure.
Buy Alphabet above its annual and monthly pivots at $1,143.31 and $1,143.86, respectively, and reduce holdings on strength to its quarterly risky level at $1,245.43.
Self-driving technology start-up Waymo receives the green light from California to begin carrying people.
There are a number of RMPIA companies that will be beneficiaries of Back to School and holiday spending.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association, which represents 200 retailers including Walmart and Target, offered to help the FTC in antitrust probes targeting Big Tech.
A subset of tech is expensive, as well as tech IPOs, but the majority of sectors are far from overvalued.
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