Too many investors are mistakenly leaving defensive names for dead, according to a new Leuthold Group research note.
GBH Insights raises its price target and reiterates its "highly attractive" rating for Netflix shares.
China is an important market for Apple and the iPhone accounts for nearly 20 percent of revenues.
AT&T is promising fewer commercials, smaller channel bundles and personalized programming now that it has taken over Time Warner channels in an $85 billion mega-merger.
CVS' move will be a test of whether patients are willing to wait for their medicines in exchange for convenience.
Slack has a huge number off hidden features. Here are a few tips to help you get the most of the popular office tool.
Saint John had been in charge of repairing Uber's reputation before she left the ride-hailing company last week.
Caught in the trade fight, Apple CEO Cook has become something of an envoy while trying to protect Apple’s business in China.
Amazon.com said it has partnered with Marriott to help increase guest access to amenities with Alexa, through its voice-controlled device Echo.
"Our view is that all fiat currency will be crypto," Jeremy Allaire, who co-founded Circle in 2013, told CNBC.
Biometric technology on public transport in China could raise fears that commuters are being spied on.
Shares of flea market app operator Mercari surged on their debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's Mothers market.
Shares of ZTE sank after the U.S. Senate passed a defense bill with implications for the company.
President Trump told Tim Cook that the U.S. would not levy tariffs on iPhones assembled in China, the NYT reports.
Xiaomi did not say when it would restart its CDR application process or why it was postponing the mainland listing.
It's not yet clear whether provision keeping sanctions on ZTE will ultimately make it to Trump's desk.
Jim Cramer explains how the mainstream media is causing buyers to crowd into smaller cap domestic stocks.
Jim Cramer cautions investors about a group of newly public software stocks that could be prime for a pullback.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an e-mail to all employees late on Sunday night alleging a saboteur within the company's ranks had tweaked code on internal products and sent company data out without authorization.
According to correspondence attained by CNBC, a fire at Tesla's Fremont, California plant interrupted vehicle production there on Sunday night.
Microsoft said an employee mistakenly deleted information about the company's cloud work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. But the company said it's "dismayed" about ICE's involvement in separating immigrant kids from parents.
When Spiegel heard his supermodel wife’s feedback, he knew the rollout would be “choppy.”
Blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrencies, is "definitely an opportunity" in the long term, says UBS Group CEO Sergio Ermotti.
New York's Department of Financial Services granted Square a virtual currency license, allowing users of the Cash app in the state to trade bitcoin.
Apple CEO Tim Cook lately is acting as tech's top diplomat, the New York Times reports.
Tesla CEO and Chairman Elon Musk warned shorts they have about 3 weeks to cover before losing their money in a social media binge over the weekend.
North Dakotan drone operator uses drones where helicopters once were used.
U.S. online survey company SurveyMonkeysaid it had confidentially registered for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
President Trump has urged the Defense Dept. and Commerce Dept. to step up the ability to track objects in space.
Piper Jaffray said "investors are looking for new growth opportunities with long term time horizons."
The White House and Defense Secretary James Mattis had disapproved of creating a sixth branch last year.
An experimental drug for spinal muscular atrophy helped a majority of babies who received it.
Musk wasn't always a top dog in Silicon Valley.
Square shares hit a 52-week high after the announcement that New Yorkers can now trade cryptocurrency on the Cash app.
Domo says it expects to price shares at $20.50 in its initial public offering, which would suggest a valuation below $600 million.
Google and Facebook are struggling to catch up with Twitch, a service that Amazon bought four years ago for $1.1 billion, the New York Times reports.
Aaptiv's founder wanted to create something that would give people access to a personal trainer wherever they are.
Northland Capital Markets lowers its rating to underperform from market perform for Intel shares.
It's not just about the features, Spiegel said, suggesting Snap has an ethical advantage over competitors.
SCOTUS will hear Apple's appeal of a lower court's decision.
J.P. Morgan reiterates its overweight rating for Micron shares.
The bidding war for Fox's movie studio and television assets heats up, as Disney is seen likely to raise its offer with cash.
Microsoft will make it free for schools to use Flipgrid, an app where students make videos to discuss topics that teachers come up with.
UBS raises its price target for Nvidia shares, citing the company's leadership in the artificial intelligence market.
Pivotal Research Group downgrades Disney shares to sell.
Mellanox Technologies is close to reaching a deal with activist investor Starboard Value over the composition of its board of directors.
The new iOS 12 feature for the iPhone and iPad will help emergency services locate a person more quickly when in need.
Lufthansa is in contact with Norwegian Air Shuttle, the German group's chief executive told a German daily, sending Norwegian's shares higher.
Google said it will invest $550 million in cash into Chinese e-commerce player JD.com.
JD.com Founder Richard Liu said American firms could lose opportunities to sell to a large consumer base in China.
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The station, which looms over Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, has stood empty since the last train left in 1988.
Apple's iOS 12 software coming to the iPhone lets you create a digital version of yourself to send to your friends. Here's how it will work.
Sloy, Dahl & Holst’s Paul Meeks says most tech stocks are too pricey right now.
While Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods has rattled the grocery industry, it has brought new business models and partnerships for Google.
Popular drone maker, DJI, is building a new HQ which is going to be a "community in the sky."
Elon Musk e-mail to Tesla employees says “radical improvements” needed to hit Model 3 production targets by the end of June.
CNBC reviews the 2018 Chevy Traverse, a fantastic family crossover, with massive amounts of usable space and a user-friendly design.
People are using genetic testing sites to discover and meet new family members, creating a new form of social network.
The biggest risk of DNA testing kits isn't a health scare but what these companies may be doing with your genetic data.
Spyce's fast-casual restaurants are robot-operated, with culinary direction from vaunted chef Daniel Boulud.
The Facebook unit hopes to move much of its engineering staff to its New York hub to tap a different talent pool of engineers.
Apple has hired senior self-driving car engineer Jaime Waydo from Alphabet's Waymo unit.
Crypto trader explains 3 reasons ethereum is a better bet than bitcoin.
Jim Cramer says moves in NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm could hint at what’s to come in the U.S.-China trade battle.
Jim Cramer tracks how companies like Netflix and Amazon are seizing on a rapidly expanding segment of the economy.
"I've never known any encryption technology not to be broken," George Friedman, author of "The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century," told CNBC.
The Securities and Exchange Commission in March accused Holmes of "massive fraud" in connection with Theranos.
Increased trade tensions with China will likely affect semiconductor stocks and two casino and hotel operators the most, according to Morgan Stanley analysis of companies most dependent on China for revenue.
Time Warner is changing its name to WarnerMedia, and the CEO of Turner is leaving.
Comcast and Disney want Rupert Murdoch's assets for different reasons. They could both win in a split sale.
Google's latest diversity report shows that it's barely moved the needle to improve racial and gender diversity.
A judge ruled the Russian company charged with 2016 election meddling is not entitled to review jury materials.
Shares of Dropbox soared over 9 percent on Friday, capping a week of solid gains for newly public tech companies.
Despite the ubiquity of mobile payments, a top executive at Venmo says the world is still multiple generations away from abandoning cash altogether.
Silicon Valley giants Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet-owned YouTube are building out studios and competing for viewers.
A company run by former officials at Cambridge Analytica has quietly been working for President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election effort.
One email marketing company said some of their clients have lost up to 80 percent of their email lists.
Notifications are getting revamped in iOS 12 so that they're much easier to manage, which means your iPhone won't always have to be pinging you text messages, emails, news alerts and more.
It's another successful cloud software IPO for the tech sector.
AT&T plans a "very, very skinny bundle" of TV programming free to its mobile customers, says CEO Randall Stephenson.
Comcast said Friday that the European Commission has cleared its bid for Britain's Sky.
Cowen predicts the chipmaker will report better than expected earnings results in 2020.
Even as Tesla shares rally, short-sellers believe Elon Musk can't raise new equity or debt.
China remains the only one of nine global regulators needed to sign off on Qualcomm's proposed $44 billion takeover of NXP Semiconductors.
Cedric Meury noticed something very strange about the kit he received from a start-up called Dante Labs.
AT&T's Stephenson says he feels "relief" at winning the company's court case against the government and completing its purchase of Time Warner.
The physicist’s ashes will be buried in Westminster Abbey between the remains of Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.
Didi's Australia move marks the firm's second direct expansion abroad, with the first being in Mexico.
Fitbit said the judge found that no Jawbone trade secrets were misappropriated or used in any Fitbit technology.
Jim Cramer reveals why FANG doesn’t need a strong economy to deliver powerful numbers.
Chinese regulators have approved Qualcomm's proposed US$44 billion merger with NXP Semiconductors.
Jim Cramer hears from Adobe Systems Chairman and CEO Shantanu Narayen about where the digital media company is going.
In the year since its acquisition of Whole Foods, Amazon has had its share of challenges with executives and suppliers.
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that AT&T's $85.4 billion bid for Time Warner was legal.
Julian Robertson believes the top American technology firms are the "greatest companies in the world."
Adobe stock fell despite coming in above estimates for its fiscal second quarter.
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Facebook head of communications and public policy Elliot Schrage is stepping down after a decade at the social media company.
The world's second largest cryptocurrency ether jumped roughly 9 percent Thursday after a key SEC official made it clear that it is not a security.
Musk is "masterful" in the way he fights back against the short sellers of Tesla stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
SEC's William Hinman, a point person on policy regarding bitcoin and blockchain, clarified the agency's viewpoint on cryptocurrencies on Thursday.
Shares were trading at nearly 5 times their normal trading volume.
Amazon's "Treasure Trucks" can be found in 40 cities across the U.S. and England.
An announcement is coming “before the end of this summer.”
Macquarie Research initiates coverage on Roku with an outperform rating.
Recently posted job openings for a "medical digital assist" project hint at Google's attempt to help doctors.
Etsy said Thursday it was raising the base take rate, or percentage of each sale, effective July 16 and raised full-year guidance to reflect the higher revenue.
The Silicon Valley giant has said that a new artificial intelligence research hub will open in Accra, Ghana.
While Bird and Lime attract billion-dollar valuations, critics are asking how investors will possibly make money.
The study said that consumers were finding the private nature of messaging services like Whatsapp more appealing.
J.P. Morgan lowers its rating to neutral from overweight for Oracle shares.
WeWork more than doubled its sales in the first quarter of 2018 to $342m, according to an internal memo seen by the Financial Times.
The SEC's refusal to approve a bitcoin ETF has been a significant cloud over the development of cryptocurrencies.
Verizon has a new unlimited plan, one it hopes will appeal to the heaviest data users.
The use of social media networks such as Facebook to consume news has started to fall in the U.S.
Players of viral game "Fortnite" on the PlayStation 4 are outraged over a so-called cross-play issue with the Nintendo Switch.
Microsoft Corp is working on technology that would eliminate cashiers and checkout lines from stores, in a nascent challenge to Amazon.com Inc's automated grocery shop, according to sources.
LG Electronics jumped more than 4 percent, outperforming other South Korean technology stocks and the broader market.
The Boring Company said it beat a consortium that included the engineering firm Mott MacDonald.
Mario Gabelli says his clients "are rooting that the auction, which just started, is going to continue."
The World Cup was one of the last hangers-on of old viewing habits but millennials are seriously starting to disrupt that, the Financial Times reports.
Jim Chanos, who predicted the fall of Enron, is warning investors of overly-optimistic leaders of companies that he says could end up like disgraced start-up Theranos.
Gap said Wednesday it named Neil Fiske president and CEO of Gap brand. Fiske will assume his new role June 20.
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Musk bought another chunk of his own company a day after Tesla said it will cut 9 percent of its employees.
Amazon is offering its workers $5,000 to quit their jobs, but only a small percentage actually take the offer, the Phoenix Business Journal reports.
In a widely-anticipated move, Comcast makes a new bid for the businesses Fox is currently in an agreement to sell to Walt Disney Co.
NASA fears the worst for the Mars rover Opportunity as the exploration vehicle tries to survive an intense dust storm.
Alphabet-owned Waymo plans to launch its driverless taxi service in Arizona before the end of the year and has relied on feedback from early riders to shape the upcoming product.
Amazon and AT&T pursued the deal in part due to new competition from video streaming services like Netflix and Amazon.
The Cocoon Cam Plus can monitor your baby's breathing.
Amazon has reportedly discussed offering home insurance, but benefits are unclear
Bitcoin dropped to its lowest level since February following reports of price manipulation Wednesday.
On Wednesday it was announced that technology firms are to invest nearly £2.3 billion ($3 bn) of private investment into the U.K.
Apple's new Create ML software is about using the Mac as a server for training artificial intelligence models -- a novel approach among tech companies.
Analysts are questioning whether Disney will be able to close its announced acquisition of assets from 21st Century Fox.
MoffettNathanson downgrades AT&T stock to sell."
Donald Trump's concerns over international trade are understandable but the U.S. president is choosing the wrong approach to level the playing field, the U.K.'s trade chief told CNBC Wednesday.
Twitter announced updates on Wednesday that should make it easier for users to find and follow big events and news.
Unlike Amazon, which is doing everything, Netflix is focusing on doing one thing extremely well.
Netflix is valued far higher than its rivals, and it's causing angst among media companies that feel they can't compete.
New research Wednesday argues that at least half of the jump in bitcoin and cryptocurrency prices was due to a coordinated price manipulation campaign.
AOL and Time Warner had suffered from "culture" issues and too much "short-term orientation," the billionaire tech pioneer says.
Senators are trying to block Trump's deal with ZTE as part of a widely supported defense authorization bill.
Jim Cramer takes the judge's comments to mean that "you can disagree with me but old media better start buying each other quickly."
Apple has a new Measure app included as part of iOS 12 that will let you measure anything with just your iPhone.
Legal experts grapple with the most significant antitrust case in four decades.
Stevens will be replaced by a corporate finance executive who has been involved in several major deals.
The NYC Uber driver who kicked a lesbian couple out of his car has now had his license suspended by the TLC.
Goldman Sachs raises its price target and reiterates its buy rating for Netflix shares.
Opendoor is now worth more than $2 billion after raising $325 million in its latest funding round.
Microsoft is simplifying the feature-packed ribbon in apps like Outlook and Word as part of a broad redesign.
Qualcomm has no plans to abandon its efforts to create processors for data centers, the company's president said.
The moves follow the murder in May of a 21-year-old female passenger, allegedly by her Didi driver.
Wall Street analysts expect more media industry merger and acquisition activity after AT&T's legal victory.
Jefferies reiterates its buy rating for 21st Century Fox shares.
Dixons Carphone said an ongoing investigation indicated there was an attempt to compromise 5.9 million payment cards.
The news will be a welcome boost for May, who is currently contending with a government split over Brexit.
Shares of Dutch fintech firm and PayPal rival Adyen surged nearly 90 percent on their first day of trade Wednesday in Amsterdam.
Adyen's IPO will value the firm at $8.3 billion making it one Europe's biggest technology listings in recent times.
ZTE was banned by the U.S. in April for breaking a 2017 agreement reached after it was caught illegally trading with Iran and North Korea.
Jo-Ann is rolling out a new store prototype later this week in Ohio.
Japan's Toyota Motor will invest $1 billion into Southeast Asian ride-sharing app Grab, the Singapore-based company said Wednesday.
Jim Cramer breaks down how shares of RH could continue to soar.
Jim Cramer gets Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO Chuck Robbins' take on his ccompany's venture with Alphabet's Google.
Federal Judge Leon approves the AT&T-Time Warner deal, but advises the DOJ not to contest his decision.
A federal judge said Tuesday that AT&T's purchase of Time Warner is legal and did not impose conditions on the merger.
Seattle officials have voted to repeal a new tax law that would have charged large companies $275 per full-time worker every year, following mounting pressure from Amazon and other local businesses.
Macy's launched its pop-up concept Market @ Macy's earlier this year.
The outcome of the trial could have implications for future deals in the telecom and media industries, as well as vertical mergers, where companies buy their suppliers.
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A drop in Google searches for bitcoin has some worried investors are losing interest. Not bitcoin expert Brian Kelly.
Elon Musk tells Tesla's employees the company will need to be profitable to reach its goals.
Tesla, as part of a broader restructuring, is pulling sales staff and residential solar products from Home Depot stores.
Some of the bitcoin's steepest price swings have happened over a weekend and in order to make money in this 24-hour market, traders are ready to buy or sell on a Saturday night.
Layoffs will focus mainly on salaried workers, leaving manufacturing roles largely intact as it ramps Model 3 production.
Apple's new Screen Time feature in iOS 12 gives you insight into how often you use your apps and lets you limit how long you use them.
Congress should develop national policy on safety standards for autonomous vehicles before letting them on the road.
The VR executive was forced from Facebook in March 2017 after a tumultuous tenure at the social media giant.
Phone scammers are spoofing numbers to make them familiar to you, and you're more likely to trust the caller.
In its response to Congress, Facebook said that its Onavo app is helpful in making Facebook's products better, but that personal data is not shared.
The new feature could make Instagram more appealing to marketers who are spending money on TV commercials.
A new app named SleepScore can tell you how well you slept by using your phone's speakers to detect when you're sleeping and when you aren't.
Facebook holds at least two patents for detecting eye movements and emotions.
The SpaceX and Tesla boss also brought a suitcase full of books with him, he says in a flurry of tweets on Saturday.
J.P. Morgan believes the 2018 FIFA World Cup will help the company's ad sales results.
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Sachin Solkhan is experimenting with using Amazon's "smart" camera, DeepLens, to help people with memory loss.
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KeyBanc Capital Markets significantly raises its second-quarter Model 3 delivery estimate for Tesla.
Valve said it was partnering with Chinese developer Perfect World to establish Steam China.
Sony showed off in-depth game play trailers for upcoming PlayStation 4 titles including "The Last of Us Part II".
The ban on U.S. suppliers doing business with ZTE will continue until the company pays $1 billion.
The Netflix outage appeared to last about an hour before the company confirmed it had fixed the issue.
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Jim Cramer breaks down President Trump’s strategy on trade and why he has taken a hard stance with China.
Jim Cramer walks back his criticism of Twitter and Square chief Jack Dorsey, instead praising him for a "job well done."
Fitbit launched its new fitness tracker, Fitbit Ace, for children 8 years old and up on Monday.
Tesla shares rallied on Monday afternoon following Elon Musk's promises of an Autopilot update in August.