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Snapchat's stock fell to its IPO pricing of $17 per share for the first time.
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Jim Cramer knows the word "tech" has rattled the Street lately, but thinks one stock could offer a safe haven when the tides change.
Analysts discuss the tech stocks continuing to slip and its impact on the market.
Jim Cramer says that while investors are treating "tech" as a curse word, one thing the sector does deliver on is the numbers.
Alibaba made a strong showing in its first appearance in Gartner's report Magic Quadrant on Cloud Infrastructure as a Service.
Two years ago, people thought Nintendo might get out of video game hardware after the Wii U. It wasn't the first time.
Jeff Bezos took to Twitter on Thursday asking his followers for new philantrhopy ideas.
U.S. equities closed lower on Thursday as large-cap technology stocks faced renewed pressure.
France launched a technology visa on Thursday to help attract international talent.
Wall Street is increasingly worried over Nvidia's and AMD's future growth opportunities.
"Never say never," says Citi's Garen Sarafian.
Instinet has upped its target on Amazon's stock to $1,100 from $975 a share.
The Surface Pro is a really good tablet and laptop, but you should probably buy last year's model instead.
The S&P 500 Information Technology Sector Stock Price Index has declined by almost 5 percent since its peak on June 8th.
The business communications company has attracted interest in the past from Microsoft and Salesforce.
Bitcoin slid to its lowest for the month on Thursday amid a broader sell-off in digital currencies.
Facebook vows to do more to help fight terrorism and give brands more control over ads as it faces a backlash from EU leaders after attacks.
"No one should have to go through a horrific experience like this," Uber told CNBC. "We're truly sorry that she's had to relive it."
Snap's share price fell 3.4 percent on Thursday and was in danger of falling below its initial public offering price.
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