CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching the bounce in tech names like Salesforce, as well as taking a longer term view of Disney.» Read More
Some analysts and investors see a bright spot in technology even though the S&P tech sector is down about 12 percent year-to-date.
Worsening prospects are finally prompting shareholders to question the rosy adjusted-earnings scenarios often touted for tech companies.
Nearly 85 percent of the S&P 500 is in a correction or worse, and one technician says losses could accelerate.
Investors have swarmed to cloud stocks in recent years, but disappointing forecasts from LinkedIn and Tableau set off alarm bells.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses investors' rush to safety in a volatile market
NEW YORK— Stocks posted steep losses Friday, ending the week with broad declines, as investors fretted over a report showing that U.S. job creation slowed last month. Technology stocks fell especially hard, and shares of LinkedIn had their worst day in history. Energy and consumer discretionary stocks fell as oil prices declined and investors continued to worry...
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer advised investors which stock they should be riding along with.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Salesforce, who reveals how his company has grown so fast and where it's headed in the future.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Salesforce, who reveals how his company has grown so fast and where it's headed in the future.
Discussing the best bets in the technology sector amid earnings, and bets with long-term growth, with Ken Allen, T. Rowe Price portfolio manager.
Tech companies big and small are going after video-conferencing as businesses demand Skype-like ease but with security and service.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Palo Alto has long been the Silicon Valley town where start-ups get hatched. Palantir is changing the playbook by staying and expanding.
More than a third of Yahoo staff has reportedly left in the last year. Some have lost faith in Marissa Mayer, the NYT reports.
Zuckerberg, Page, and Bezos are just a few CEOs who made billions this year, reports USA Today.
Citi Research's market outlook and best investment ideas for 2016.
These 10 social media savvy CEOs are ruling Twitter, garnering the most retweets and likes on the platform in 2015, according to CrowdTangle.
NEW YORK/ EAST PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec 17- Facebook Inc is offering employees at its Silicon Valley headquarters at least $10,000 to move closer to the office, a reflection of the challenges many tech companies face in the increasingly expensive and congested San Francisco Bay area. Facebook's efforts, along with similar programs at some other technology...
The unicorn club is filling up, and it's causing unease among investors.
Much of the "easy money" has already been made. Still, the technology sector is not without opportunities.