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The idea is not as crazy as it sounds.
Foursquare eyes Amazon Alexa partnership as it quietly becomes the go-to data player in tech.
Jim Cramer says these market rotations are crushing good stocks that don't deserve it.
Uber may have to look beyond Silicon Valley to find a replacement for the company's hard-charging founder.
A Hyperloop is a super-speed rail line placed either above or below ground and could ultimately transport goods and people nearly as fast as 700 miles an hour.
Some have called the president a cyber-bully and there have even been calls for Twitter to ban him due to some of the things he's tweeted out.
Tech always top of mind for TheStreet.
John Legere is a fun follow.
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Ackman's tweet comes just a day after the restaurant chain's stock fell as much as 7.5% after reports surfaced of a store closure where multiple customers fell ill.
'Is that Jeff Bezos or Vin Diesel?'
Agree with him or not, you've got to respect his Twitter game.
Musk took to his Twitter account to clarify his comments that the electric car company was worth more than it should.
Jeff Bezos' ability to carve up new businesses with Prime, Amazon's nascent advertising shop and a dominant cloud service drive a price increase from UBS.
The broadband giant says it supports an open internet and says critics should give it a break.
Still, it's hard to ignore the potential bottoms forming in certain groups.
Business leaders are using the blue bird to do more than just promote their brand.
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The gains may not be over.
The former Microsoft CEO says he's still a believer in Twitter. His M&A track record while Microsoft's CEO doesn't inspire confidence.
The billionaire is the former CEO of Microsoft MSFT and owner of the Los Angeles Clippers NBA team.
A major inflection point for Twitter's chart is here that will make or break the stock.
Snap's stock has slumped close to 40% since going public, which has left Wall Street wondering if it can recover.
Investors could be overreacting, Stifel says.