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About 62 percent of analysts surveyed by FactSet still have a hold or sell rating on the stock.
Snap's marketing savvy, creativity and understanding of its users will help it weather the Facebook onslaught, Rahul Sood said on "Squawk Alley."
AI, robots and automation could replace humans in the food services industry "by the mid [2020's]," Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed told CNBC on Tuesday.
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Cramer's comment came after Facebook unveiled three new Snapchat-like features Tuesday.
China's government is looking to its burgeoning space sector to rival US companies, like Elon Musk's Space X, to boost prestige.
The next Apple iPhone could signal the end for smartphones, as the market reaches a saturation point, according to an industry expert.
Here's how to find your lost AirPods.
Facebook has taken its most aggressive steps yet to counter Snapchat's popularity among teens.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told CNBC he will do "whatever it takes" to make sure his businesses succeed.
Four in five bankers believe AI will "revolutionise" the way in which banks gather information as well as how they interact with their clients.
Industrial robots have had "large and robust negative effects" on employment and wages, a new paper shows according to Buzzfeed.
The U.S. workforce is about to undergo "unprecedented job destruction" as computers and robots get smarter, Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square, said the launch in the U.K. would have a "fairly meaningful" impact on revenue.
Researchers have crafted artificial retinas that can be implanted entirely inside the eye, offering hope to those with macular degeneration.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he would offer to help the U.S. government prepare for the impact of AI if it wasn't prepared.
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