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The bidding war for Fox's movie studio and television assets heats up, as Disney is seen likely to raise its offer with cash.
UBS raises its price target for Nvidia shares, citing the company's leadership in the artificial intelligence market.
Elon Musk e-mail to Tesla employees says “radical improvements” needed to hit Model 3 production targets by the end of June.
Microsoft will make it free for schools to use Flipgrid, an app where students make videos to discuss topics that teachers come up with.
J.P. Morgan reiterates its overweight rating for Micron shares, citing strong demand for memory chips in the cloud computing market.
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The new iOS 12 feature for the iPhone and iPad will help emergency services locate a person more quickly when in need.
Pivotal Research Group downgrades Disney shares to sell.
The station, which looms over Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, has stood empty since the last train left in 1988.
While Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods has rattled the grocery industry, it has brought new business models and partnerships for Google.
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AT&T will be launching a "very, very skinny bundle" of television programming free to its mobile customers, says CEO Randall Stephenson.
Notifications are getting revamped in iOS 12 so that they're much easier to manage, which means your iPhone won't always have to be pinging you text messages, emails, news alerts and more.
Mellanox Technologies is close to reaching a deal with activist investor Starboard Value over the composition of its board of directors.
Even as Tesla shares rally, short-sellers believe Elon Musk can't raise new equity or debt.
JD.com Founder and CEO Richard Liu told CNBC that American companies could potentially lose opportunities to sell to a large consumer base in China.
Sloy, Dahl & Holst’s Paul Meeks says most tech stocks are too pricey right now.
Comcast and Disney want Rupert Murdoch's assets for different reasons. They could both win in a split sale, and yet, that probably won't happen.