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Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of Snap just 5 months after the firm helped take the once hot media stock public.
On Prime Day III, Amazon has added a new piece to its shipping puzzle: airplanes.
Deutsche Bank thinks Wall Street's expectations for Apple and the iPhone 8 are too high.
Europe is now a strong competitor for tech talent with the US, and Europe-based Trivago is reaping the benefits.
These digital assets offer more in return than any other, more established asset classes, experts say.
Here's what to study if you want to make a good living.
Jim Cramer has no filter when it comes to Snap & explained the social situation in regards to owning the stock.
Jim Cramer uses the charts of technician Bob Lang to explain why Salesforce, Workday and Red Hat have more room to run.
"Our financial outlook for the company is one of continued losses," Northcoast Research analyst Chuck Cerankosky wrote.
Segal last served as senior vice president of finance for Intuit's small business group.
Nearly 79 million U.S. households now have an Amazon Prime membership.
AG Gangadhar ran the engineering unit where the former female engineer — whose blog post on sexism sparked recent investigations — worked, Recode reports.
Speculation about new iPhone form factors has put the pressure on Apple.
Alphabet's newest venture capital group, Gradient Ventures, has made its first investments in artificial intelligence start-ups.
The company is looking to go public this year, The Verge reports.
What kinds of discussions could happen at this year's Sun Valley meetings leading to future deals?
The current gold rush mentality with cryptocurrencies will probably only get bigger in the months and years to come.
The move is "a setback for the United States in the global race for talent," says Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The question is: What will he do with it?
Google has reportedly been paying off researchers whose work has helped Google fight off regulatory concerns.
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