The five big tech companies are in constant competition, and well-funded startups are always looking to take a bite out of them.
Software engineers from India working in the U.S. under H-1B visas, or looking to apply, face a bind as the Trump administration reviews the program
The week ahead holds plenty of potential surprises, from the French election to the possible shut down of the U.S. government.
With big tech earnings on deck, is it still time to bet on big tech? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Next week, investors can expect earnings to come in fast and furiously.
A volatility measure for large U.S. stocks tech has jumped, signaling increased worries, according to Nicholas Colas of Convergex.
Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook are doing a load of heavy lifting.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at which large cap stocks are doing most of the heavy lifting in the markets.
"[H]ow do you build new capability long before you even have a new idea?" Nadella asks in an interview.
The bank's global M&A boss dangled the audacious notion that capital markets could fully finance a 12-figure takeover.
Morgan Stanley reiterated its overweight rating on Microsoft saying it has 'high conviction' on the shares into next week's earnings report.
Microsoft said on Thursday it will release two new versions of Windows each year.
Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey donated $100,000 to President Donald Trump's inaugural committee using shell companies.
Facebook’s chief, Mark Zuckerberg, realized early that creating the best new features is not as important as owning the biggest and most engaged network.
Steve Ballmer shares his views on technology and the new government transparency initiative USAFacts in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Twitter is fixable with the stock likely to see upside, major shareholder and ex-Microsoft chief executive told CNBC on Tuesday.
Data covering the past five administrations show that Trump has enjoyed a relatively good, and surprising, market in his first 100 days.
Steve Ballmer says Microsoft has strong products in Azure and Office 365 but the competition against Amazon Web Services will be tough.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The former Microsoft CEO is working to make government data accessible in "10-K" format.