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Facebook is going to take out $218 per share, CNBC's Jim Cramer says. The stock hit that all-time high last summer.
Microsoft shares jumped to a record and pushed the company past the $1 trillion mark on better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
Apple is recalling power plugs sold in Hong Kong, Singapore and the U.K.
An earnings beat has Facebook shares flying. Three experts give their take on the quarter.
Snap started its first major ad campaigns for Snapchat this year.
A computer that aims to translate thoughts into natural sounding speech has been hailed by its developers as an "exhilarating" breakthrough.
Closely watched data on new high-speed internet customers surpasses projections.
Facebook reported 286 million daily active users in Europe in the first quarter of this year, 4 million more than in the prior quarter.
Amazon's decelerating growth could signal a new reality for the e-commerce and cloud giant — less expansion but bigger profit margins.
Verizon will begin selling the Galaxy S10 5G on May 16 starting at $1,300. The company also announced plans for 5G in 20 new cities.
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 leading an $11 million investment round in Happy Returns, 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