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Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Chevron, Citigroup, Facebook, Fastly, Paypal, Snap, Twitter and Under Armour.
Apple leads four companies with $1 trillion valuations. Its large advantage over the others is due largely by two things.
While many analysts are suggesting broad sector rotation, a new research report from the Jefferies internet team suggests staying with mega-cap leaders for 2021. Some may have storm clouds forming,...
Is it reasonable to believe Tesla should be worth as much as Alphabet? One top analyst thinks so.
Apple stock has surged so much that the company's market capitalization is double that of Alphabet.
The stock market hit nose bleed levels at the end of 2020, which took the market caps of many of America’s largest companies to records and allowed private company after private company enter...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Activision Blizzard, Alphabet, ConocoPhillips, Dick's Sporting Goods, Northern Oil and Gas, Shopify, Tesla and Weibo.
Wednesday morning's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Facebook, IAC/Interactive, Qualcomm, Royal Dutch Shell and Square.
There are four U.S. companies that currently have a market value of more than $1 trillion. All four are expected to continue performing well, but, perhaps, not as well as they have this year.
The terms searched on Google over the course of 2020 show a cross-section of America's interests.
A reverse merger between Luminar Technologies and a SPAC has added another entry into the race to bring fully autonomous driving to market.
Not included among 75 tech company CEOs who signed a pledge to pay their "fair" share of taxes to support the Tech for Good initiative were Tim Cook of Apple and Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com.
Uber is reportedly in discussions to sell its self-driving vehicle unit to Aurora Innovation, a well-funded startup based in San Francisco. Some creative financing may be in order.
Walmart and Cruise, the self-driving subsidiary of GM, have agreed to begin testing a fully autonomous vehicle to deliver products from Walmart stores to customers in Scottsdale, Arizona.
It seems the stock market wants to declare that the technology sector may be the big beneficiary from the 2020 elections.