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Mary Meeker's internet report suggests online ad market now a duopoly, while Microsoft's Skype unit has joined Facebook in aping Snapchat features.
Shares of Alphabet crushed through $1,000 per share on Monday.
Goldman Sachs says the stocks most owned by hedge funds and mutual funds are soundly beating the market this year.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio says in a LinkedIn blog post he is increasingly worried over Trump's actions.
Qatar's stock market tumbled more than 7 percent on Monday as six of the Middle Eastern country's neighbors reportedly cut diplomatic relations with Doha.
The three most underperforming sectors are lagging the market by the widest margin in at least decades.
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Pacific Crest's Andy Hargreaves becomes one of only five Wall Street analysts with a hold rating on Apple.
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JPMorgan is worried about Snapchat competition, slower scaling and a lack of profit.
Jim Cramer spoke with Andrew Liveris on his role as head of Trump's advisory council and his company's upcoming merger with DuPont.
Jim Cramer reviews the stocks and events investors should watch for next week as the earnings cycle drives the market.
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