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Stocks falter on realization that trade war between U.S. and China is about more than soybeans.
We exited our Apple position as all the major indices closed lower for the fifth consecutive week.
Facebook, Google and Netflix have sold off since Trump initiated new tariffs. But should they have?
We again provide a list of stocks we like on the declines.
Amazon's investments in the auto business could lay the groundwork for a leaner, more cost-effective commerce division and offer other benefits as well.
Gene Munster tells TheStreet why Apple is the most likely tech giant to purchase the suddenly much cheaper electric vehicle maker.
Our preference is to make smaller, incremental buys as the market comes in.
Plus, Target shares are jumping after earnings, but could still be a buy.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission is probing whether the company's processing of personal data violates EU laws.
Instead of earning a profit from selling vehicles, the mobility model captures a service fee based on passenger miles driven. Waymo is really about the algorithms that turn sensor data into actionable instructions based on machine learning and AI, areas where Google excels.
As Apple reportedly preps a consumer AR headset that could arrive next year, Google and Microsoft are launching new headsets aimed at businesses.
While it's possible that trade tensions will lead chip stocks to sell off farther, a lot has already been priced in, and it's not a given that worst-case fears will be realized.
Analysts at the firm see sunnier skies ahead for TripAdvisor.
A group of Amazon shareholders is seeking to suspend sales of Rekognition, Amazon's facial recognition technology, until its risks are better understood.
Investors on the hunt for safe-haven stocks need to be wary of dividend yields that look too good to be true.
Is the temporary license granted for U.S. exports to Huawei part of the ongoing attempt to reach a trade deal -- or is it early stages of what might end up as a protracted cold war?
The tech giant remains an absolute cash cow with over $113 billion on the balance sheet and trades for a reasonable 25x forward earnings. The post-earnings selloff is overdone.
Uncertainty over the trade war's effects on earnings make this market really hard on investors, says Jim Cramer.
The White House's moves against Huawei could complicate a resolution that Qualcomm is seeking with the Chinese telecom giant.
Stocks end down Monday as the U.S. tech sector gets hit following the blacklisting of Huawei Technologies.
How we see the fallout affecting Apple, Universal Display and Alphabet.
What makes technology more accessible and commonplace for consumers, is not the best dynamic for shareholders betting on these stocks.
Jim gives his takeaways from his San Francisco trip, he explains why we think Nvidia should be bought on this weakness (with wide scales), he talks about Alphabet ending its relationship with Huawei, and much more!
Global tech stocks were active Monday as investors re-set price expectations for major suppliers to Huawei Technologies, the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker, following last week's move by the Commerce Department to blacklist the China-backed group from doing business with the United States.
CRM is still suffering, but a number of other cloud stocks are still hot. Here is how to play it.
Global stocks edged higher Monday, although a surge in oil prices linked to tensions in the Gulf region kept investors cautious, as last week's move by the White House to remove tariffs on steel imports from Canada and Mexico added to optimism of a near-term breakthrough in trade talks with China.
U.S. stock futures decline as optimism over a near-term breakthrough in trade talks with China wanes; Google has suspended business with China's Huawei, Reuters reports; T-Mobile and Sprint could announce concessions this week to help get their merger approved by regulators.
China's tech giants gave a look into how they're faring amid trade worries and other macro factors.
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