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To meet its ambitious digital media sales targets, the newly combined entity will have to make up some serious ground against Facebook and Google.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at three headline-worthy stocks ahead of their Wednesday earnings reports.
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.
The Snapchat parent company's financials, user growth and voting rights are major areas of interest on its IPO roadshow.
This is in tune with FB's existing revenue strategy and meshes well with its growing interest in attacking the TV advertising market.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed Wednesday after breaking records again in the previous session and ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting earlier in February.
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.
A number of magazines reportedly are on the block or are attracting interest, including Us Weekly, Time, Playboy and The Hollywood Reporter.
Facebook's push into media and music shows where management's focus is beyond sharing pictures and posting comments.
Jim Cramer ponders what makes investors dumb, and talks about how Trump had to go and tweet.
Jim Cramer says next week's earnings calendar is littered with brick-and-mortar roadkill.
Vantiv, Global Payments and other could look beyond tuck-ins to major consolidation.
President Trump has found a new measure to judge his presidency -- Wall Street.
Twitter COO Anthony Noto tells Jim Cramer the company's new live event platform delivers a younger, mobile and global audience.
Don't be fooled by knee-jerk reactions, says Jim Cramer. Look past the headlines and do your own research.
Lifting the sale deadline of its memory chip devision could help bring in new buyers and raise the price.
Twitter COO Anthony Noto appeared on CNBC this morning to explain the drop in ad revenue in the past quarter.
This puts a dent in stocks, but they've avoided getting hammered.
The announcement of lower-than-expected valuation comes amid skepticism about the hot start-up's ongoing growth prospects.
Twitter is still relying on advertising for monetization, COO Anthony Noto said on CNBC.
Twitter is trying to make its platform a better experience for users, but it's already gotten off on the wrong foot.
As Twitter's CEO ups his stake in the embattled social media company, analysts say it squashes any speculation that Dorsey is planning to either sell the company or step down.
Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares in their own organizations lately.
House members found time during a Wednesday hearing to inquire about how strongly the central bank supports Trump's agenda, take potshots at his predecessor and comment on Yellen's famous inscrutability.
While Twitter is still 'revenue-challenged,' CEO Jack Dorsey's purchase of 426,000 shares is a positive sign, Cramer said.
SQ had a nice run after its last earnings and sets up well for next week's report.
Sears stopped selling 31 Trump products over the weekend.