Nokia's shares extended their fall Wednesday after issuing a second profit warning the previous day that sent its shares tumbling 18 percent.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street.
'World of Warcraft' is the ultimate video game goldmine: its 11 million subscribers pay $15 monthly for the service, giving Activision Blizzard a nice, steady revenue stream from the massive multiplayer PC game. Now, Activision Blizzard is trying to apply the same business model to its console hit, "Call of Duty."
Weighing in on rumors tech giants Microsoft and Intel are shifting to the tablet market, with Colin Gillis, BGC Financial.
"Call of Duty" might be the best selling franchise in the video game industry, but Activision-Blizzard is looking to double down on its earnings potential.
The week's top business news and investing advice, including IPO trades, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer, and the passing of CNBC anchor Mark Haines, with CNBC's Tyler Mathisen.
Internet phone service Skype says a "small percentage" of its users have been unable to sign in to its service but it is taking steps to resolve the problem.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.
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On Thursday the Fast Money pros took a hard look at what’s next for stocks with so many key technicals coming into play.
Stocks ended modestly higher after fluctuating in the final hour of trading as investors shrugged off further evidence of a slowing economy.
Stocks fluctuated in the final hour of trading as the Dow and the S&P 500 trimmed gains, but the tech stocks fueled a gain in the Nasdaq.
Internet advertising continues to gain ground — and share of advertisers budgets. Internet ad revenues hit $7.3 billion in the first quarter — a 23 percent increase from a year ago and the highest first-quarter revenue ever, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau and Pricewaterhouse Coopers.
Cramer weighs in on hedge fund manager David Einhorn’s call for Ballmer’s dismissal.
Tech stole the spotlight Thursday with investors wondering just how rapidly new innovations, such as Google Wallet, would generate a sea change in the way people shop.
CNBC's Mary Thompson with a look at Google's new mobile payment device; Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital weighs in on whether Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer should leave, and the Fast Money traders with trades you may want to make today.
Yesterday at the end of his Ira Sohn presentation (after telling Steve Ballmer to do the right thing and quit Microsoft), David Einhorn added “Go Mets!” with little grin on his face, like he had a secret…which apparently was that he just bought a minority stake in the team.
I'm shocked. I knew that there would someone who would agree to pay $200 million for a minority share of the New York Mets. I just didn't think it would David Einhorn of all people. If you don't know of Einhorn, he's not exactly a "sit back and watch" kind of guy.
Stocks slumped, led by materials, after an unexpected gain in jobless claims and after a second reading on first quarter economic growth was reported as unchanged.
David Einhorn calls on the tech company to fire its CEO, Steve Ballmer. Insight with Brendan Barnicle, Pacific Crest, and CNBC's David Faber.