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Apple shares could fall as they are set to be reclassified in the annual reconstitution of the widely followed Russell indexes.
It's a "basic rejection of the industry's basic math" for a tech firm, which has had no intention of ever going public.
Sales were better than expected as the company booked more cloud software-as-a-service customers and expanded margins.
Apple opened up Siri and Maps for outside developers on Monday at its worldwide developers conference.
Some of Microsoft's acquisitions were once hot but have since lost momentum. But investors think LinkedIn escape the same fate.
By buying LinkedIn, Microsoft is showing that it wants to be the biggest provider of professional software services.
Buyout firms, long known in technology for taking staid businesses and milking them for cash, are trying their hand at cloud software.
WeWork is set to expand into Asia this year, but can it translate its culture into an entirely new continent?
Another fintech start-up has run in to trouble. Online lender Vouch Financial is shutting down, reports said.
The rapid pace of innovation is helping start-ups with breakthrough ideas and business models disrupt the status quo and woo investors.
Dell announced a $3.25 billion high-yield bond offering on Monday to finance its acquisition of data storage company EMC, the company said.
Google needs new leadership at Nest, and it's trusting the same person that helped sell one of the Motorola businesses.
Several European technology start-ups with offices or markets in the U.K. appear deeply concerned about the upcoming ‘Brexit’ referendum.
A former Nest employee has filed a complaint with the NLRB against Google, its parent company, for unfair labor practices, Recode reports.
Jean Liu, president of Uber's ride-hailing rival Didi Chuxing, told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" that there's no competition for Chinese market share.
It's shipping, business supplies and groceries that are likely to be Amazon's next big business, one technology analyst says.
EBay isn't just an auction site anymore, but it's also not trying to be Amazon, CEO Devin Wenig said.
The list of companies looking at a possible deal with Yahoo included Twitter, according to a new report from The New York Post.
Saudi Arabia's $3.5B investment in ride-hailing app Uber could be best utilized in China, where the U.S. firm faces fierce competition.
Tesla's Elon Musk may think Apple could be a serious competitor when it introduces a car, but analyst Andrew Uerkwitz is skeptical.
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