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There are those who believe that Apple could be the first company ever to reach a trillion dollar valuation.
Take a look at some of Monday morning's early movers:
Information has become easier to steal over the Internet because employees can carry proprietary data around, The New York Times reports.
A generation of music lovers is getting ripped off. That's the feeling among audiophiles including Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac, who say that MP3 compression has ruined the music. In some cases, it’s ruining your ears.
As Apple stock climbed toward $500 per share, one widely followed Internet analyst remained bullish on certain tech stocks.
Apple has been on fire with the stock nearing $500, but on the other hand, there is Google, with Gene Munster, analyst at Piper Jaffray.
What if "getting old" wasn't really "getting old?" What if aging—at least the physical deteriorations that accompany it—was something that could be prevented? It's a lofty idea, but it's one that a new breed of biotech start-ups, scientists, and prominent investors are beginning to tackle.
After all the hype and run-up into earnings, Apple's voice recognition provider Nuance missed and guided below expectations.
One analyst sees upside and a $30 price target for Groupon, but another sees strong headwinds and a stock heading to $8 per share.
Internet giants Google and Facebook removed content from some Indian domain websites on Monday following a court directive warning them of a crackdown "like China" if they did not take steps to protect religious sensibilities.
In light of Google's poor fourth-quarter results earlier this month, and the recent hoopla surrounding the Facebook IPO, some have questioned whether Google is losing the war in social networking.
Facebook might well be worth its $100 billion valuation based on its dominance in the sector, venture capitalist Bill Gurley said in a wide-ranging interview.
Microsoft stock hit a new 52-week high as Google and QQQ also closed higher, but are technology gains ahead?
Who cares whether some guy named Eli can beat Giselle Bundchen's husband? An Irish-based betting company is offering people a chance to bet on something closer to their hearts: Facebook's IPO share price.
CNBC's John Carney and Business Insider's Joe Weisenthal discuss Facebook's IPO filing.
Building on the theme that “all politics is local,” marketing experts John A. Quelch and Katherine E. Jocz explore how dozens of international companies are using a local-focused strategy and turning global brands into leading local brands.
The graffiti artist who took Facebook stock instead of cash for painting the walls of the social network’s first headquarters made a smart bet. The shares owned by the artist, David Choe, are expected to be worth upward of $200 million when Facebook stock trades publicly later this year. The NYT reports.
In its much-anticipated IPO filing, Facebook states that its mission is “to make the world more open and connected.” Well, every place except China.
How will Facebook structure its IPO? And should Facebook set aside shares for users?