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The battle between the world's leading multinationals and governments looking for tax revenue has heated up over the past week, with Google in the spotlight.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Apple and why he thinks the stock is worth about $110.
Women represented only 18% of the delegates at Davos, yet gender parity was a hot topic — right up there with refugees and climate change.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this popular biotech stock.
Davos this year provides an excellent opportunity for big names leaving political office next year to network for new jobs, Politico's Ben White says.
Governments and business worrying more about the threat of data breaches, Cisco global sales chief tells CNBC.
The market sell-off lowered valuations for a group of stocks, posing potential buying opportunities.
Government and technology companies have to work together to achieve equilibrium between privacy and security, Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins says.
The most buzzed-about solutions at this year's National Retail Federation convention offered more tangible benefits.
These five digital companies will dominate tech life for the foreseeable future, reports the New York Times.
These Dow stocks will lead the way if the benchmark rebounds this week.
Tech companies big and small are going after video-conferencing as businesses demand Skype-like ease but with security and service.
The correction isn't the end of the six-year-plus bull market, strategist Tom Lee says.
Congress can do one thing now to create thousands of jobs and drive economic growth at home, says Cisco's Jennifer Sanford.
U.S stocks closed mixed Monday, stabilizing after their worst week since 2011, as declines in commodity prices weighed.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the stocks kicked out of the Dow Jones industrial average. Really a death sentence?
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower, ending the year's first trading week with sharp losses as concerns about China persisted.
Despite the volatility this week, bull Tom Lee still expects the S&P 500 to rise to 2,300 this year, and he has four stocks that could lead the way.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower Thursday as China news overnight and low oil prices renewed concerns about global economic growth.
Maybe it's time to rethink Apple stock and call it a decent bond, with an ownership slice of a dominant tech company attached.