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Alphabet Earnings Miss, but Revenues Up

Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) reported first-quarter 2016 results after markets closed Thursday. The search engine behemoth reported adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $7.50 on revenues of $20.58 billion. ...
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RBC Has 3 Top Picks to Ride as the Stock Market Goes Higher

We tend to keep a very close eye on the brokerage firm calls that we cover here at 24/7 Wall St., especially when they make a definitive market direction call. ...
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Self-Driving Cars May or May Not Be Dangerous

Bad news for companies that include Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) and Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA). According to a new paper, "How Many Miles of Driving Would ...
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3 Mega Cap Technology Stocks Dominate the Cloud

Needless to say, the migration to the cloud for a variety of services for everybody from the individual consumer to the largest corporate enterprise has become ubiquitous. In what should ...
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UBS Quality Growth at a Reasonable Price Dominated by 4 Top Technology Picks

With the market in the midst, at least so far, of yet another flat-to-down year, investors are starting to wonder which is the best investment route to take. One thing ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alphabet/Google, Exelon, Kinross Gold, Noble, Potash, Seagate Tech, Western Digital and More

Stocks were indicated higher on Monday after last week's 1% drop in the Dow, but the market is still barely hanging positive so far for the year. Now that the ...
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Google Dumps Kansas City Broadband Subscribers

It was too good to be true. The management of Google Fiber offered Kansas City residents free 5 megabits per second (Mbps) connections. Google will pull that offer in May, according ...
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Virtual Reality Picks for the 21st Century

Three-dimensional film and television repeatedly have tried to find their way into the mainstream, but a few highlights aside, like the film "Avatar," it has never happened on a large ...
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15 Commercial Products Invented by the Military

Violence and destruction are perhaps at the core of military activity, but military needs are also the source of innovation. A number of widely used commercial products today were originally ...
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Why the Pfizer-Allergan Breakup Could Be Bad News for Apple and Alphabet

With the publishing of the notorious bombshell Panama Papers, it is now clear how pervasive and universal tax evasion is, even and especially by the very people who levy those ...
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Top Analysts Upgrades and Downgrades: Alphabet, Apple, Duke Energy, Kellogg, NVIDIA, Wells Fargo and More

After a rough two days of trading to mark the start of the week, investors will be watching closely to see if Wall Street heads down for a third straight ...
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Amazon Web Services Becomes Company’s Growth Engine

Amazon.com retail continues to be the core of its parent company, and management has pressed to make it much larger with its Prime free delivery and streaming media service. The ...
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Facebook Market Value Up $40 Billion in Q1

Facebook Inc.'s (NASDAQ: FB) market cap rose $40 billion to $340 billion during the first quarter as investor sentiment moved sharply in the direction of the world's largest social network. ...
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Why Google Cloud Could Spell Trouble for 3 Top Cloud Providers

If there is one company in the tech universe that you don’t want to compete with it is probably Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL). Over the years, the tech giant has ...
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Amazon Leads Most Reputable Company List

The Reputation Institution released its list of top 100 most reputable companies based on U.S. consumer perceptions. Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), HallMark, Samsung, Kellogg Co. (NYSE: K) and Sony Corp. ...
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