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With both consumer and business demand perking up, conditions look a lot better than they did 12 months ago.
We're still in a stock picker's market -- and these are the stocks you should pick for upside this week.
Activist investor Jeff Ubben says he has put about $3 billion into cash.
A new report suggests the next version of Microsoft's augmented reality headset won't arrive until 2019. Its big tech competitors aren't simply standing still.
A new report suggests the next version of Microsoft's augmented reality headset won't arrive until 2019. Apple, Intel and other big names aren't standing still.
These former tech stars have ridden rocky waves to come out on top, rewarding patient investors along the way.
For some companies, the fallout could be very ugly.
Shares of SYMC have risen a staggering 81% in the past year, and 19% since the start of 2017.
Companies like Apple, Microsoft and Cisco can afford aggressive buybacks and dividends, but activists could force others with offshore cash to choose between equity and debt holders.
U.S. stocks are pointing to a lower start as global markets are down, especially in Europe.
According to Ben Thompson, the writer behind influential tech-media blog Stratechery, Amazon is better equipped to challenge Netflix for video supremacy than any other media company.
The tech giant's hiring of a new exec from Amazon comes as pay-TV streaming apps and a burgeoning smart home market spell new opportunities.
Amazon's cloud apps play a significant role in its $14 billion Amazon Web Services division
Jim Cramer thinks the markets are better because the economy is better, so investors should embrace rising interest rates.
First joint blockchain nodes open in Frankfurt and Singapore; will identify new applications and use cases for blockchain technology
The legendary investor bought another 42.1 million shares of Apple during the fourth quarter.
The company's new online conferencing solution, Chime, is the latest in a string of cloud software product launches competing with the likes of Microsoft, Cisco and Alphabet.
Cisco's diversification strategy is paying off, but naysayers are dragging down the stock. Here's why you should scoop up shares ahead of earnings on Wednesday.
Should investors really pine for small-caps this Valentine's Day?
Maybe, just maybe, you should buy the Amazon-related dip, not sell it.
Expect mobile video to get more competitive after the Federal Communications Commission's recent decision on zero-rating.
It's no longer just companies like Amazon and Alphabet. Microsoft's got a serious cloud game as well, Cramer said.
Cramer shares his views about what's killing retailers and restaurants, and points out that the stock market isn't controlled by the president.
President Trump has engaged Twitter's base, but hasn't provided much of an overall lift. Meanwhile, the depleted stock may still be too expensive for suitors.
An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.