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Nomura Instinet reiterates its buy rating for Square shares, predicting the payment company's new offering "Square for Restaurants" will thrive.
The decision will level the playing field between online and brick-and-mortar retailers, industry leaders say.
The founder and CEO of Facebook is now worth $81.6 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Amid several cases of high profile breaches and data mismanagement, consumers are increasingly aware of just how much information big technology companies collect.
Walmart robotics partner Bossa Nova has raised $29 million in fresh venture funding to bring shelf-scanning robots to groceries everywhere.
The court overturned a 1992 precedent barring states from requiring businesses with no "physical presence" in that state to collect sales taxes.
The event, which hasn't yet been announced by Amazon, is reportedly slated to be on July 17 this year.
The idea that a malicious insider could successfully tamper with software used in a manufacturing facility is fodder for worst-case scenarios.
Analysts are optimistic over Micron's end markets and memory chip pricing for the rest of the year.
GoodRx, which helps consumers with no health insurance or high-deductible plans find cheaper prescriptions, is talking to several potential buyers, including McKesson.
Facebook, Netflix and the tech-heavy Nasdaq index hit record highs on Wednesday.
Martin Sorrell has explained WPP's succession plan following his resignation as chief executive of the advertising agency group in April.
Micron Technology's third-quarter profit and current-quarter forecasts beat Street's expectations.
Bespoke Investment Group' Paul Hickey explains why it’s hard to get negative on stocks.
New diet-based approaches to diabetes prevention and treatment include fresh-food prescriptions and ketogenic diets rather than drugs alone. Spending on drugs reached $53 billion last year, with mixed results.
Pivotal Research Group became on Thursday the second Wall Street research firm to slap a $500 price target on Netflix this week as analysts' love for the stock hits a fever pitch.