Investors are focusing on intermediate business fundamentals, signaling that Google-parent Alphabet stands on firmer ground relative to Apple.
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Shifting behavior because of the pandemic and industry trends that have accelerated over the past year might leave top banks with little choice but to remain consumer friendly.
At first glance, it may seem like a strange candidate for what would become Microsoft’s second-largest acquisition after its $26 billion deal for LinkedIn Corp.
With its stunning emergence this year, Clubhouse has already become the biggest U.S. social-media success story in nine years after the Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat era.
Does Twitter deserve the benefit of the doubt? They may see something to cheer but, at least for now, I don’t.
For the third quarter in a row, Facebook Inc. and Apple Inc. generated billions upon billions in profits and flexed the power of their dominant businesses.
The dissolution of the Haven accord is emblematic of the profound challenge that haunts business leaders and politicians alike.
Both Facebook and Twitter have struggled in recent months to take a harder stance over Trump’s often inflammatory posts.
As incredible it may seem that Microsoft had no new games ready for its first console launch in seven years, it now looks like the disparity for 2021 will be just as bad.
The White House needs to show the evidence it has for being concerned about the Chinese-owned short-video app before banning it.