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The tech industry depends on its ability to attract highly skilled migrants.
Cramer shares his views on Western Digital and Seagate being just plain old buys, and how some companies are having some very good quarters.
President Donald Trump could boost M&A deal flow in 2017, according to PwC's U.S. deals leader Bob Saada.
Even up here, these companies, along with Intel and Microsoft, are tempting.
M&A co-head Alan Klein advises ChemChina, Microsoft, ADT and Tyco and sneaks in a few movies on the side.
Facebook plans to test new ads that play during videos.
It's on Microsoft now to execute on its ambitious long-term plans to use LinkedIn to strengthen its empire and avoid the fate of its previous multibillion-dollar blunders.
Fitbit is acquiring intellectual property and staff from Pebble, which is being shut down. Reports have suggested the deal cost between $34 million and $40 million.
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.
The surprise factor turned out not to be a surprise.
Cramer shares his views on how the world hates tech right now and opines that taking a step back might give some perspective.
Jim Cramer ponders how some stocks are the way they are. And how other stocks are the way they are, too.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
Salesforce and Microsoft are no longer frenemies, Cramer says -- they're enemies.
The cloud computing giant reports third-quarter earnings on Thursday and investors will be looking for CEO Marc Benioff to address its guidance and comment on the Trump effect.
Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market right now.
Reports suggest Snapchat could go public as soon as March. The company is looking at a valuation of $20 billion to $25 billion.
U.S. stock futures point lower Wednesday and European stocks slip; Snapchat's parent files confidentially for an IPO, a report says; Google will build a new headquarters in London.
Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 index, we saw noteworthy options trading volume today in LinkedIn Corp , where a total of 6,203 contracts have traded so far, representing approximately 620,300 underlying shares. That amounts to about 59.2% of LNKD's average daily trading volume over the past month of 1.0 million shares.
Business leaders and economists took to Twitter Wednesday to discuss the implications of a Donald Trump presidency.
Enterprise software companies could be even more attractive merger targets if Trump reduces taxes on repatriated cash.
Facebook's getting into the jobs and recruiting business, something that could infringe on LinkedIn -- and Microsoft.
Jim Cramer says LinkedIn could face potential threats to its job openings business, including a threat from Facebook.
Companies like Apple and Microsoft would get a huge tax break on overseas cash, but Trump's policies on immigration and trade would play out less well for them.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz would really rather you didn't vote for Donald Trump. And even if you do, he figures you'll probably still need your morning coffee fix, anyway.
The software giant is growing Office revenue by selling customers on cloud subscriptions whose feature sets steadily improve.