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Stocks limp into the busiest day of the earnings season after throwing a tantrum over the Fed's cautious remarks about a slowing economy.
Apple shares dropped nearly 5 percent — below their 2012 high on a split-adjusted basis — a level considered cheap by most standards.
Apple's leadership said something negative about once every two minutes during Wednesday night's investor conference call, by one estimate.
VMware is struggling to deal with the transition to the cloud, but the company's NSX networking unit is showing impressive growth.
It's too late for those afraid that artificial intelligence poses a grave threat to humanity. AI is already everywhere.
Worldwide digital video game sales surged 8 percent to $61 billion last year as mobile and console title revenues advanced.
It's a jam-packed week for earnings, with some of the largest companies set to report. The Halftime Report experts give their take on what to expect
Investors are awaiting three critical reports from big technology companies following a tough start to the year for the sector.
Investors will turn their attention this week to the Fed and big earnings for clues on market direction.
From advice they've received to their own motivational nuggets, here are bits of wisdom from some of business' boldface names.
The stock market correction has been tough enough on Wall Street pros, but it's exacted an even worse toll on retail investors.
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.
As investors question the future of specific stocks, one portfolio manager says they should instead be looking to the past.
The Osterhout Design Group wants to make augmented reality glasses that people will actually wear.
After another wild session for stocks Wednesday, "Fast Money" traders picked plays that they felt would limit damage ahead.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Money manager and former NFL safety Jack Brewer thinks he just found Twitter's "Trojan Horse" into the hardware sector.
For investors who have grown frustrated with trying to time a rebound in oil prices, here's an idea: Forget about oil entirely.
These five digital companies will dominate tech life for the foreseeable future, reports the New York Times.
U.S. stock futures were plummeting this morning, as U.S. oil prices sank another 3 percent and traded below $28 per barrel, hitting lows not seen since September 2003.