Jefferies shares with clients its top internet picks for earnings season.
Twitter's reputation as a haven for trolls was one of the key reasons suitors declined to make bids for Twitter, reports The Verge.
Chinese investment into the U.S. has been largely by acquisitions. That's starting to change.
Alphabet jumped on Tuesday, after many outlets gave generally positive reviews for the company's upcoming smartphone, the "Pixel."
Can Google's new Pixel battle Apple for smartphone dominance? The "Fast Money" traders discuss.
Yahoo is continuing to prepare for its integration with Verizon and taking "deep responsibility" in protecting users.
The Norwegian government is considering taking a bigger bet on stocks, which could be a big deal for global equities.
Shares of Google-parent Alphabet move steadily higher Tuesday, breaking out of some long-held resistance to a new all-time high.
The new handset appears to go toe-to-toe with other premium phones, though it may not outpace them.
Analysts are expecting the semiconductors space to build on its recent success and continue driving shares higher.
Joanna Stern, Wall Street Journal Columnist, and Edward Baig, USA Today Columnist, give their views on Google's smartphone, the Pixel.
NEW YORK— Google's ambitious new smartphone, the Pixel, doesn't offer a lot that's new. Google achieves that by pulling together the best features from Apple, Samsung and other phone makers and offering them at prices comparable to iPhones— starting at about $650 for the regular, 5- inch model and $770 for the 5.5- inch "XL" edition. Both versions go on sale Thursday...
The “Fast Money” traders discuss the trade on Netflix following today's third-quarter earnings.
Viral content maker Group Nine Media will use a $100 million investment to recruit talent amid a challenging media landscape.
Pandora dropped Monday after an analyst downgraded it, saying in part the on-demand subscription streaming market has become too crowded.
Actor and investor Ashton Kutcher wanted to invest in Twitter in its early days, but says now the company has changed.
Some recent deals among technology-sector rivals show that the client need for more cloud storage is forcing tech titans to get along.
Credit Suisse sees gains of more than 30 percent over the next 12 months for Alphabet. Here's why....
Josh Lipton takes a look at the shift of big cloud players like Amazon and Microsoft and their new focus on partnerships and acquisitions.
Goldman Sachs says Apple needs to start a premium subscription bundle to compete against Amazon.