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The social network Facebook is losing face in the option market.
The $40 billion Goldman Sachs said last week it will invest in green technologies over the next 10 years, or $4 billion a year, actually represents a slowdown from last year's $4.8 billion. But you won't hear environmentalists complaining.
James Gorman, Morgan Stanley chief executive, has defended his bank’s performance as lead underwriter on Facebook’s public offering, despite waves of criticism from investors and a potential legal review of the deal’s marketing, the Financial Times reports.
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Stocks finished sharply lower Wednesday, wiping out all of the previous session's gains, as growing worries over rising bond yields in Spain and Italy and fears over Greece's possible euro zone exit kept investors on edge.
Apple CEO Tim Cook didn’t come out and say it, but top Apple analyst Gene Munster thinks his message was loud and clear.
As Research In Motion enlists Wall Street's help, CNBC contributor and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina cautioned against moving to heat-sensitive touch-screens because women’s “fingers are colder.”
Alex Gauna, JMP Securities senior research analyst, discusses his outlook on Research in Motion and why he upgraded the company to "market perform."
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U.S. stock futures were dragged lower Wednesday, with the euro trading near 23-month lows against the dollar, as worries over the euro zone crisis intensified.
Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted the Ping social network has failed to excite most users, hinted at closer relations with Facebook, and called gaming on the TV "could be interesting" for Apple.
Research In Motion, the embattled BlackBerry maker, said Tuesday it has hired JPMorgan and RBC Capital Markets to review the company's business and financial performance.
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Stocks rallied more than 1 percent across the board Tuesday to close near session highs, but the euro remained near its lowest level against the dollar since July 2010 amid renewed jitters over Spain.
According to Apple Insider, the company will hold the keynote at 10 a.m. PT on Monday, June 11, the first day of the WWDC conference. It will kick off the 4-day event, which will run through June 15 in San Francisco.
In their first day of trading, Facebook options are through the roof.
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