Apple will definitely be making it rain for investors this year when it comes to cash allocation. Wall Street would be wise to keep this in mind before sending the stock any lower.
Alphabet shares are set to rise firmly at the start of trading Tuesday after the Google parent company posted a stronger-than-expected set for first quarter earnings and eased investor concerns over its surging cost base.
SAP, Europe's biggest tech company, posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings and boosted its full-year sales outlook as its cloud computing business continues to challenge larger U.S. rivals.
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Facial recognition has been banned in the E.U. since 2012, but Facebook's technology made an error.
One firm estimates that 8 million cars with level 3 or higher autonomous driving capabilities will be sold in 2025. Will it prove too conservative?
Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft earnings will be the most important reports this week - more so than Facebook.
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has said every Ferrari sold from 2019 on will offer hybrid tech. Could this be the first big step?
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