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Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Citigroup, Facebook, Lennar, Netflix, NextEra, Nvidia, Nike, Pinterest, Roku and Snap.
Google has been considered the best search engine in many other parts of the world. However, new charges claim that search results at times may favor Google's other products and services.
Alphabet has several large operations that might be spun out if the government presses for a partial breakup of the company. These are the three most likely candidates.
To say that Zoom has prospered during the COVID-19 pandemic may be an understatement. However, there are plenty of deep-pocketed challengers to the company that took video conferencing to new levels...
Amazon has received an exemption that allows Prime Air to be considered an air carrier as it continues development of its drone delivery platform.
It has never been clear why Google has had such a small market share in China compared to most other major countries. One theory is that the government has favored local search engines, particularly...
After Friday's close, two very high-profile stock splits are taking place. 24/7 Wall St. thinks there are some other stocks that could and should split their shares in their wake.
After two very high-profile stock splits, the time is ripe for many other well-known, actively traded stocks to announce stock splits. We have some ideas who might be next.
Tesla's announced five-for-one stock split, combined with an earlier four-for-one split at Apple, may persuade a few of the other high-flying tech stocks to make a similar move.
Tyson Foods beat estimates on earnings, but missed on revenue as COVID-19 caused shipment volume to fall as production facilities were temporarily closed. A new CEO added some luster to an otherwise...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Alphabet,, Apple, Baidu, Comcast, Electronic Arts, Ford and Facebook.
Search engine behemoth Google reported second-quarter earnings per share of $10.13 and $38.30 billion in revenue. Consensus estimates called for $8.34 in EPS and $37.36 billion in revenue.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of some of the larger tech companies that are about to report their quarterly results, including Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook.
Japan's SoftBank is reportedly seeking a buyer for Arm, the semiconductor design business it paid $32 billion for in 2016. There are several possible buyers that have deep pockets, but a deal faces...
The world's five largest tech companies are worth more than $6 trillion dollars and their combined value rose by more than 50% over the past 12 months.