It last touched the psychologically important level five years ago at the height of the tech bubble.
The Nasdaq has hit 5,000 for the first time since March 2000. There are signs of froth aplenty, but here's why it's not like the late 90's bubble.
On an inflation-adjusted basis, we show how the main components of the Nasdaq index have almost completely changed from 15 years ago.
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Apple will rise to $1 trillion in market value over the next 12 months, according to Morgan Stanley.
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The Nasdaq has crossed 5,000 points for the first time in 15 years. Here's what's changed since March 2000.
The fact that European stocks have outperformed U.S. equities this year is not a sign of weakness in American markets, Tom Lee told CNBC.
Despite the proliferation of fast-food restaurants and burger joints, there's still room for growth, Sonic CEO Cliff Hudson tells CNBC.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke at Mobile World Congress on Monday.
Lumber Liquidators sold flooring with higher levels of formaldehyde than permitted under California's health and safety standards, according to CBS.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Warren Buffett could be right about IBM but the investment could turn into another huge mistake for the Oracle of Omaha.
NXP's acquisition of Freescale shows that semiconductors are a "consolidating industry," NXP CEO Rick Clemmer said.
A rising tide lifts all boats, the saying goes, but as the Nasdaq heads toward a new record, more than just one tide is lifting the index.
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Many hedge funds sold down or exited positions in eight of the 10 most commonly held stocks, including Apple, Google and Exxon.
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One of Google's largest investors cut its exposure to the company by nearly a third over the past several months.
David Besbris is no longer running Google's social media products, including Google+, Recode reports.