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Google has a steady 78% of the U.S. Internet ad market, according to an Adobe analysis, while other ad networks are becoming less profitable.
Mark Messier brought the Stanley Cup to the Rangers and now he's bringing hockey to The Bronx.
Internet advertisers value a 16-year old clicking their ad more than they value a relationship with you.
TheStreet Inc. reported higher sales in the first quarter due to increased subscription and advertising revenue.
Approximately one-third of small businesses have never used mobile banking services, yet many say they do have a need for it, leaving wide opportunity for banks to boost awareness and types of mobile services they provide to small firms, according to a joint report by RateWatch, a premier banking data and analytics service owned by TheStreet and Simon-Kucher & Partners.
Well before Twitter went public with a market value of $14 billion, I remember going on CNBC with others shaking our heads at what at the time was believed to be a ridiculously high $10 billion valuation.The value was extrapolated from the trading of its private shares on the secondary market and the reported dollar amounts of latest rounds of venture financing.At the time, there was chatter whether Twitter could or should be acquired. Early on, Google was always pegged as a likely choice -- until it started Google Plus. Then Apple's name would surface, as would every cash-rich company out there.Then came Twitter's IPO last November at $26, or $14 billion, with the stock getting bid as high as $73, or a ridiculous $40 billion.It's now around $21 billion, likely on its way much lower.In the end, I blame this not on Twitter but on Wall Street. Twitter's mistake, I would argue, was going public.
TheStreet has launched TheStreet Foundation, a non-profit organization which aims to support and expand financial literacy through investigative journalism and custom research.
Earnings estimates cuts are at an all time high for the first quarter, but that isn't hurting stocks.
Steve Cohen of Wall Street Trading equates HFT to paying for premium seats at a Broadway show, but he does wish there was equal access to the prices traders pay for stocks
As of September, Alcoa is no longer a member of the Dow Index and its earnings have lost their importance to the larger market, and the focus will shift to JPMorgan and Wells Fargo.
If I'm right, we'll all have to deal with a phenomenon that is just getting started.
Shares of Anadarko are up despite the company announcing a $5.15 billion settlement. Investors are satisfied that all the problems of the past are now rolled into one big payoff.
Online advertising company Rubicon priced its shares at $15, the low end of its planned range. The stock then took off to trade over $20 for a 30% increase.
ADP private payrolls data missed expectations for March, but the revision upward of February's number seemed to slightly satisfy traders.
Several positive headlines for various drug companies combined to push the biotech sector higher and bringing the other indices along with it.
Caterpillar is going before a Senate subcommittee to testify on its use of offshore tax loopholes to avoid paying taxes, but says it hasn't done anything wrong.
Meridian's Jon Corpina says high frequency trading gives some players an unfair advantage.
Former Yankee Bernie Williams says baseball memorabilia might make a better investment than stocks.
Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Dish Networks, solar investing and Starbucks.
Ryan Seacrest's Typo keyboard loses first battle with Blackberry.
Consumer spending isn't exactly robust, but it was enough to encourage stocks to go higher.
BlackBerry moves higher after reporting fourth quarter earnings.
TriNet CEO Burton Goldfield says the company is seeing high demand from New York's booming tech sector and new financial businesses.
Exxon Mobil was upgraded, causing stocks to get a lift in the morning session. However, the boost did not last long and stocks began to give back those gains.
Marijuana stocks have recently shriveled up in value, causing many investors to wonder if the "green rush" is over.
The biotechnology sector has seen considerable selling over the past two weeks, setting up today's recovery.
G-III Apparel beat analysts estimates for the fourth quarter earnings, but missed on sales, while the acquisition of G.H. Bass will hurt the first quarter and cause the company to lose money.
Markets may be focused on Ukraine and Russia, but there is another global problem that could be more damaging to the U.S. markets: China.
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King Digital, maker of Candy Crush, hopes investors will focus on the increase of daily users and not the declining revenue and profits when it IPOs.
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