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American Realty Capital Properties Inc. rose 4.5 percent to $9.46 with 21,838,500 shares traded. Apple Inc. rose 1.2 percent to $119.00 with 39,546,700 shares traded. Applied Materials Inc. rose 2.8 percent to $23.87 with 14,623,500 shares traded.
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Apple Inc. fell. 8 percent to $117.66 with 38,369,600 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. rose. 7 percent to $27.22 with 14,180,100 shares traded. Facebook Inc. rose 1.6 percent to $75.20 with 18,544,700 shares traded.
Kickstarter on Monday suspended funding for a gaming system that draws real blood from players. The project launched less than a week ago.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone talks about his new app, Super, Silicon Valley and Twitter.
American Realty Capital Properties Inc. rose. 5 percent to $9.04 with 17,481,400 shares traded. Apple Inc. rose 1.9 percent to $118.63 with 45,726,300 shares traded. Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc. rose 9.7 percent to $7.15 with 16,632,100 shares traded.
Hedge funds aren't changing their stock holdings much despite poor performance compared with the broader stock market.
Billionaire Alisher Usmanov's investment in Alibaba has soared more than 500 percent since he first invested in the group, he told CNBC.
Butterball's CEO sees Thanksgiving as the equivalent of the Super Bowl. And the company knows it's not your grandfather's holiday anymore.
Apple Inc. rose. 1 percent to $116.47 with 51,610,800 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. rose. 3 percent to $26.88 with 31,415,700 shares traded. Comcast Corp. fell. 6 percent to $54.08 with 18,645,300 shares traded.
Activision Inc. rose 7.9 percent to $21.11 with 23,754,000 shares traded. American Realty Capital Properties Inc. rose 2.4 percent to $8.98 with 28,527,500 shares traded. Apple Inc. rose 1.4 percent to $116.31 with 40,594,400 shares traded.
College applicants are cleaning up their online profiles in case admissions officers look at it, the New York Times reports.
Is paying for "Likes" and retweets social media's version of a pyramid scheme? Nick Bilton of The New York Times, discusses how people are making money creating and selling "bots."
Google gets the OK to work with Chinese developers and "get" is the new "free" in the Apple store.
Facebook shuttle bus drivers voted Wednesday to unionize to get better pay and working conditions, which could lead other service workers to unionize.
Indian protesters who gather to kiss have been arrested, tear-gassed and assaulted with rods. Still, they keep kissing. The Global Post reports.
Apple Inc. fell. 7 percent to $114.67 with 41,089,700 shares traded. BlackBerry Ltd. fell 5.3 percent to $10.19 with 30,281,400 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. was unchanged at $26.59 with 19,356,600 shares traded.
The SEC adopted a new rule that requires stock exchanges to take steps to protect against market disruptions.
The top trending stories on Twitter and Facebook include the sexiest men in the world and the reggae rhythms of Bob Marley.
Ethical issues come to light in Silicon Valley after ride-sharing app found itself in hot water on privacy concerns.