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*Alibaba shares tumble after results, Yahoo follows. The decline took shares of Yahoo, which said recently it will spin off its Alibaba stake, down 8.2 percent to $42.66. "Alibaba is growing more slowly than thought, and it's a stock a lot of people want to own," said Kim Forrest, senior equity research analyst at Fort Pitt Capital Group in Pittsburgh.
*Alibaba shares fall after results, Yahoo follows. Alibaba Group shares fell 8.3 percent in premarket trading after it posted revenue that missed Wall Street expectations. The decline took shares of Yahoo, which announced the spinoff of its Alibaba stake Wednesday, down 7.3 percent.
*Alibaba, Qualcomm shares fall after results. *Alibaba Group shares fell 6 percent in premarket trading after it posted revenue that missed Wall Street expectations. The decline took shares of Yahoo, which announced the spinoff of its Alibaba stake Wednesday, down 4.8 percent.
eBay fell$. 85 or 1.6 percent, to $53.84. Google Inc class A fell $8.76 or 1.7 percent, to $512.43. Groupon Inc. fell$. 13 or 1.8 percent, to $6.95.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 28- Facebook Inc's revenue grew 49 percent in the fourth quarter, as mobile advertising growth helped the world's largest Internet social network beat Wall Street's targets for earnings and sales. Its success contrasts with other established Internet companies such as Google Inc and Yahoo Inc, which have struggled as advertisers shift...
Mobile daily active users came in at 745 million on average for December 2014, up 34% year-over-year.
Stocks declined on Wednesday, a day after the S&P 500 took its biggest hit in more than three weeks.
eBay fell$. 28 or. 5 percent, to $54.42. Groupon Inc. fell$. 11 or 1.6 percent, to $6.97. LinkedIn Corp. rose$. 03 or percent, to $222.65.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. fell 2.6 percent to $2.63 with 24,364,900 shares traded. Apple Inc. rose 5.7 percent to $115.31 with 136,239,900 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell. 4 percent to $26.81 with 28,955,400 shares traded.
A trader made a big bearish bet on Facebook ahead of Wednesday's earnings statement.
Americans love lower oil prices, low interest rates and a strong dollar, but companies are suffering, according to the New York Times.
NEW YORK, Jan 28- U.S. stocks were buoyed on Wednesday by earnings including Apple and Boeing, but a sharp drop in energy shares cut into gains, leaving indexes little changed. Boeing added 6 percent to $140.41 after handily beating top- and bottom-line expectations. But the energy sector of the S&P 500 dropped 2 percent as U.S. crude futures tumbled and after...
Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, says Yahoo's CEO needs to do more to boost the stock, but she did the right thing by spinning off its stake in Alibaba.
European markets ended mixed on Wednesday after seesawing for much of the session, with indexes pressures by a staggering slump in Greek bank stocks.
Martin Pyykkonen, Managing Director, Rosenblatt Securities, discusses what the Alibaba spinoff means to Yahoo and what the company can do to try and move the stock forward.
eBay fell$. 09 or. 2 percent, to $54.60. Groupon Inc. rose$. 01 or. 1 percent, to $7.09. LinkedIn Corp. fell $1.50 or. 7 percent, to $221.12.
*Yahoo unveils plan to spin off Alibaba stake. NEW YORK, Jan 28- U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday, boosted by earnings including Apple and Boeing, while focus could shift later in the day to the Federal Reserve's first two-day policy meeting of the year. Boeing added 4.2 percent to $138 after handily beating top- and bottom-line expectations.
Steve Grasso pokes holes in the tired bullish case for the stock market.
*Yahoo unveils plan to spin off Alibaba stake. NEW YORK, Jan 28- U.S. stocks were set to rise at the open on Wednesday, boosted by earnings including from Apple and Boeing, while focus could shift later in the day to the Federal Reserve's first two-day policy meeting of the year. The expected gains in major equity indexes come a day after a sharp selloff on Wall Street,...
The proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable and AT&T-DirecTV deals will be approved, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei tells CNBC. But he asks at what cost.