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Amazon's decelerating growth could signal a new reality for the e-commerce and cloud giant — less expansion but bigger profit margins.
Apple is recalling power plugs sold in Hong Kong, Singapore and the U.K.
Tesla's first-quarter loss was "catastrophic" and the board should hold CEO Elon Musk responsible, says management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.
Wirecard's report comes on the heels of an announcement that SoftBank will invest $1 billion in the company.
Tesla will soon need to raise billions more in capital, Morgan Stanley said on Thursday.
PayPal's venture capital arm is investing $11 million in Happy Returns, marking the largest funding round to date and bringing the total to $25 million.
The U.S. firm reported a loss of $702 million on an adjested basis for the first three months of the year.
Tesla braces investors for another quarter in the red
Wall Street was enamored Thursday morning with Facebook's first-quarter earnings report, with a handful of brokerages lauding its results.
Since 1851, Corning has evolved from a light bulb manufacturer to making high-tech glass products for companies like Apple, Verizon and Samsung. Here is a look at how Corning has continuously reinvented itself to keep up with the changing times.
Wedbush lowered its rating of Tesla shares to neutral from outperform on Thursday after the company reported a first-quarter loss that was far worse than Wall Street expected.
While semiconductor stocks have rallied nearly 40% this year, top names like Nvidia and Micron are still far from their 52-week highs.
Microsoft kicked off tech earnings season and the stock jumped after revenue topped estimates.
Executives braced investors for another loss in the second quarter before returning to profitability in the second half of the year.
Facebook said it took a one-time charge of $3 billion due to an ongoing Federal Trade Commission inquiry.
If Jack Dorsey could go back and build Twitter again, there are certain things he would do differently, the CEO told Ted 2019.