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  • Google

    Google’s slogan may be don’t be evil, but a growing chorus of antitrust regulators in the United States and Europe want to know if the company has lived up to that creed. The New York Times reports.

  • Apple iPhone

    ICircular will start appearing Monday in the mobile phone applications of the participating newspapers. It's the pilot phase of a project announced nearly a year ago by the AP, a not-for-profit cooperative owned by newspapers.

  • With shares of RIM almost 18% lower in the after market, how should you trade this stock. ”It's in no man’s land,” says Fast trader Guy Adami.

  • Research in Motion's management team has created a lot of value over the last decade, but "right now you have to wonder about whether the right strategy is being employed," Cowen & Co. senior research analyst Matthew Hoffman told CNBC Thursday. He is also "highly skeptical" the company is a takeover target.

  • Netflix

    Netflix is a high-growth name that is “starting to finally show some chinks,” Blake Bath, CEO of Bay Bridge Capital Management, a tech, media, telecom fund that typically invests in cash-rich companies, told CNBC Thursday.

  • Groupon

    Groupon is planning to put its initial public offering back on track as markets remain rocky. After postponing presentations to potential investors early this month, Groupon is now aiming to go public in late October or early November, The New York Times reports.

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    Yahoo, AOL and Microsoft, three major technology companies that have traditionally competed for digital advertising revenue, have created an unusual partnership in which they will sell ads for one another. The New York Times reports.

  • Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says there will be no Lehman-like collapse in Europe. Find out if Cramer believes him and how he is playing it.

  • Mark Zuckerberg

    The highly anticipated IPO of Facebook will likely be delayed until late 2012, people familiar with the company said.

  • Break Your Own Rules

    The stats tell us that women are faring worse than men in terms of landing new jobs as the economy creaks into recovery.

  • Microsoft is unveiling its Windows 8 operating system ahead of its meeting with analysts Wednesday, but it is still trying to catch up to the wild popularity of Apple's iPad and Google's Android system, Brendan Barnicle told CNBC.

  • Stocks rallied to finish higher in another volatile session Tuesday, led by industrials and materials, but investors continued to remain cautious over the euro zone debt crisis and the economy.

  • Julian Robertson, founder and former CEO of Tiger Management

    Hedge Fund juggernaut, Tiger Management delivered gains of annualized returns of 32% each year between 1980 and 1988. Julian Robertson spoke exclusively with Maria Bartiromo about his investments worldwide. Robertson believes that the tech boom is still going strong, global stocks are cheap and he's looking for opportunities around the globe.

  • There are "big holes in the market" for investors to sidestep, including financial, commodity, and health-care stocks, Laszlo Birinyi told CNBC Tuesday.

  • Google surprised investors on Thursday with their hearty appetite for takeovers. But will Wall Street find the deal palatable?

  • Yahoo shares surged Thursday after an activist investment hedge fund announced it had purchased a stake in the company and amid rumors that Yahoo's co-founder may be trying to buy back the company.

  • Tech stocks are trading at all-time low multiples and posting "terrific corporate profits" and "really strong" capital spending, said one analyst.

  • Stocks ended lower in volatile trading Thursday after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke failed to provide additional detail on how to boost the weakening U.S. economy and as investors looked ahead to President Obama's jobs speech later this evening.

  • Discussing the brouhaha at Yahoo and other stocks to watch, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg.

  • Yahoo landed back on the Fast trader's radar after Third Point's Dan Loeb bought up shares and slammed the board. So is now the time to jump in on the Internet giant?