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Saudi Arabia appears to have been building crude oil inventories in lower domestic demand months in a scramble to offset the risks of “limited” effective spare production capacity, Goldman Sachs said on Wednesday.
The technology giant reported quarterly profits that beat Wall Street's expectations on Tuesday, sending shares higher.
Tablets are expected to sweep the market over the next few years, eventually becoming the preferred computing system among consumers, according to a recent report.
Computers are changing, and Intel will continue to be powering them, CEO Paul Otellini told CNBC Tuesday.
Debt collectors are using social media to reach out to debtors with increasingly aggressive tactics.
Better-than-expected quarterly earnings from Texas Instruments overnight points to the fact that the tide has turned for global chipmakers, one analyst told CNBC Tuesday, who now expects strong revenue growth for many Asian chipmakers as well.
Netflix delivered quarterly results Monday that beat Wall Street's expectations, but its shares fell sharply in after-hours trading.
The semiconductor maker reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, sending its shares higher in after-hours trading on Monday.
Facebook released an updated IPO filing showing that the social networking giant earned $1.06 billion in revenue in the first quarter, slightly below analysts expectations.
Lamborghini and Ferrari are trying to take pole position in the world's fastest growing market, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
A new service that grades how each of Facebook's top third-party apps respects consumers' privacy was released late Sunday by research firm PrivacyChoice.
Facebook is buying a portion of patents from Microsoft for $550 million in cash, which Microsoft recently acquired from AOL.
Adobe hopes to capture a new generation of creative professionals with the release of its latest software package, Shantanu Narayen, Adobe Systems president and chief executive, told CNBC Monday.
A technology start-up called NimbleTV hopes to allow customers to watch their cable subscription from any device, the New York Times reports.
Anti-government protestors calling for political reform burned tires as a controversial Formula One race was held in Bahrain on Sunday.
Ever since Facebook's purchase of Instagram there's been a lot of speculation about how other tech giants would react to the deal.
It is often said that too much of a good thing is bad. In the trademark and brand world this has a special and unique interpretation.
Remember that movie "Armageddon"? Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck travel to space to drill into an asteroid and break it apart before it collides with Earth.
With the emergence of social media, more companies are replacing blogs with nimbler tools requiring less time and resources, such as Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter.
The chip maker reported a net loss as it tries to win market share in a market dominated by Intel but its earnings and revenue beat expectations. Shares rose.
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Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing other social media networks.
MasterCard's North American president says microchips will be embedded in about half the credit cards in 2015 to protect against fraud.
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