CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on the quarterly earnings report for Microsoft.
Amazon keeps staffing up with medical experts, and has just hired the head of Box's health group.
Facebook is on a tear this year — surging 42 percent and helping to push the tech sector to highs not seen since the dot-com bubble.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat open, as investors prepared to digest another batch of corporate earnings reports.
Ahead of Microsoft's quarterly earnings report, one macro strategist is marking the stock as a buy.
Large caps, small caps, tech and energy all joined in a rally that took major stock indices to new highs—a positive sign of even more gains.
Paul Meeks, CIO at Sloy, Dahl, and Holst, discusses where to invest in big tech and warning signs to watch. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in.
"PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has made more than $100 million since its launch in March.
If the grouping closes above $988.49, it would exceed its March 2000 levels, according to FactSet.
Seattle passed a new income tax on households earning more than $500,000, prompting the state's Republicans to revolt.
Microsoft shares have rallied in the last year, and traders are betting that there’s more room to run ahead of its earnings report.
The new "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" game isn't even finished, yet it has exploded in popularity and made over $100 million.
IBM's struggles are "just another Amazon story in some ways," Jim Cramer says.
Amazon.com has done away with a controversial clause in its cloud computing contracts that prohibited customers from suing the company over patent infringement.
Microsoft will provide global scalability to companies using Baidu's self-driving Apollo platform.
Jim Cramer uses one technician's charts to explain why the rally may be more broad-based than you think.
CNBC contributor Mike Khouw discusses bullish bets on Microsoft ahead of the company's earnings.
With Google Hire, companies can manage the job application process using the tools they already use.
The hot FANG stocks are often cited for having lofty valuations, but sales growth may one consideration when considering if stock prices are too high.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to the important stocks and events of a week that he says will define the rest of the quarter.