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Here's one reason why investors are looking forward to Amazon's Whole Foods acquisition.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan discusses Snap's implied move after their lockup expires.
Analysts are expecting Intel to hit 68 cents in earnings per share for the second quarter of the year.
AWS produced $916 million in operating income for Amazon in the second quarter.
Google is reportedly buying up land in Sunnyvale, longtime home of Yahoo, to find room for future employees.
Michael Graham, Canaccord Genuity, discuss whether to put Facebook or Twitter into your portfolio after Facebook reported an earnings beat while Twitter fell after a weak report.
Facebook did almost twice as well as Alphabet on a key second-quarter metric. But the script may flip in the second half of this year.
Twitter talks a lot about DAU growth but doesn’t break out any hard numbers, so we did our own estimate, Recode reports.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, Chorus CEO and Index Ventures mentor, discusses the social media giant's quarterly earnings and how it compares to Facebook.
Sixty percent of Black Hat conference experts believe a successful cyberattack on US infrastructure will occur in the next two years.
YouTube's head of music confirmed that the company is planning on merging its Google Play Music service with YouTube Red.
CNBC's Jim Cramer was pleased with the Facebook CEO's comments about including ads on Messenger.
Wall Street expects Amazon to report 22% growth in second-quarter revenue but a drop in profit as it continues to invest in new initiatives.
Tasty — and, in a larger sense, BuzzFeed — is trying to become something like the Disney of the digital age, The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the update from Jack Dorsey's analyst call on Twitter's quarterly results.
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