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Here is the real story behind the acquisition that has Wall Street all abuzz and how to profit from this technology industry marriage.
Software industry watchers believe the company will be the next to make a move in the cloud sector as it tries to get 29% of its revenue in that space.
Twitter is seen as an M&A target but moving closer to SoundCloud may help it find growth through music.
Shares of Salesforce.com were down slightly in Tuesday's trading session.
After the sale of LinkedIn to Microsoft, analysts are considering whether another company might buy Twitter.
IBM, Verizon, Google and Amazon are just some of the names that could purchase the troubled social media company.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's restructuring effort could get a big boost from the addition of the networking site.
Investors should buy Microsoft now that the dust has somewhat settled after the announcement that the company is purchasing LinkedIn, says Jim Cramer.
Still, there's no reason to be positive right now.
Oracle could use Salesforce to battle Microsoft, which just bought LinkedIn.
LinkedIn (LNKD) stock was downgraded at multiple firms this morning after agreeing to be acquired by Microsoft (MSFT) for $26.2 billion yesterday.
Microsoft is down some 12% since its April year-to-date high of $56.77, putting the stock almost 20% below its consensus price target of $60.
Though the human resource management company's leadership has workplace history with Oracle, linking up with Larry Ellison's software group would be awkward.
Facebook's increasing presence in business may be among the major motivations for the deal.
The recent fall below Apple's 20-day moving average is discouraging, but the company may rebound.
Microsoft paid a big price for the business networking site, but it will gain a significant amount of business's most valuable commodity: data.
Traders jumped on Twitter after the LinkedIn deal, since a TWTR acquisition seems more suitable.
U.S. stock futures point lower as the Federal Reserve kicks off a two-day meeting and European stocks fall over worries about a possible British exit from the European Union.
Cramer wants to buy, not sell, Microsoft shares while Tegna would make a good speculation stock.
Microsoft's buy of LinkedIn is great news for the stock market, Cramer says.
Snapchat will reportedly add more advertisements, while Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing sees more investors coming its way. Microsoft announced a new Xbox.
Stocks sell off in a disappointing start to the week as market bulls stay on the sidelines ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting Tuesday.
Tech's been threatening to break out despite the overall downbeat nature of some big-name stocks.
Microsoft's $26 billion purchase of LinkedIn is just one of many big deal in the tech sector. Here's a reminder of other big deals in the sector over the years.
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