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Investors had every reason not to trust the market after last year's Facebook fiasco—a high-profile IPO gone bad on multiple levels. Yet trust is coming back.
Google's YouTube could be a $20 billion business within seven years, according to a research note from Morgan Stanley.
One-time hedge fund darling Apple was dropped by more famous hedge fund managers in the first quarter.
Tesla announced plans to offer another 2.7 million shares and said CEO Elon Musk will buy another $100 million worth of Tesla stock. Shares shot up after-hours.
Cisco shares jumped after the firm beat on earnings, citing signs of improvement. "I am a little surprised," one trader said, as it was a tough quarter for other networking firms.
The world's top search engine announced the music streaming service, which has built-in features to help users discover new music, at its annual developers conference in San Francisco.
Somebody is paying a lot of money for a coffee date with Apple's CEO Tim Cook.
It seems like the list of technology start-ups valued at more than $1 billion just keeps getting longer, and they've had help driving up valuations from the Fed.
Google has reportedly signed licensing deals with Universal Music and Sony Music to launch a subscription music service that would compete with fast-growing start-up Spotify.
Apple's stock took a dive on Tuesday as the rest of the market soared.
For the first time, Google CEO Larry Page publicly discussed the root of his voice problems. He said it's caused by a nerve problem that has affected him for 14 years.
BlackBerry unveiled a new mid-tier smartphone device with a physical keyboard and said its make-or-break new devices had put the company back on "solid ground."
Verizon Wireless said on Monday it would pay its parents Verizon Communications and Vodafone Group Plc a dividend of $7 billion in June.
Venture Capitalist Marc Andreessen explains why you shouldn't expect a game changing tech IPO anytime soon.
Nokia lost almost 5 percentage points of market share in the first quarter. Worryingly overall sales of the cheaper feature phones were slowing, as consumers kept hold of their phones for longer.
Communities making and selling. Social sharing as shopping. Retail is invoking the rhetoric of democratization. Introducing CNBC's Retail Disruptors.
An independent review is needed following Bloomberg's data terminal breach, former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt tells CNBC.
The special committee of Dell board of directors is seeking more details on Carl Icahn's proposed offer for the computer maker.
The company said at least one reporter gained access to data on Goldman Sachs after complaints were made. The NYT reports.
There's a burgeoning digital content market for a generation that's taking to iPads before they can walk.
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Entertainer and entrepreneur will.i.am unveiled "The Puls" smartwatch in hopes of blending fashion and technology.
Earlier Monday, IBM posted quarterly results that badly missed Wall Street expectations, which was enough to drag the entire Dow lower.
IBM posted earnings that fell short of analysts' expectations, after seeing a "marked slowdown" in September.