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Remember Costco, Adobe and Hess when you hear people saying the market is high.
A little selloff now and then is a good thing.
Here's the news you missed while you were busy sleeping.
There might be speed bumps, but we're still at the beginning of the shift toward the cloud.
Let's consider what could be hurting technology stocks.
Investors don't care where the earnings come from, as long as they actually show up.
Amazon Prime's momentum remains a huge growth driver for Jeff Bezos' company. And PayPal's mobile services are quite popular with consumers shopping somewhere besides Amazon.
The growing verbiage toward digital commerce in retailer conferences proves the shift to online is gaining pace.
Ease of online shopping and a lack of interest in fighting the crowds has pushed holiday spending to new heights.
It's the season for fund managers to buy the anointed stocks.
Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of GIrls Who Code, is on a mission to get coding clubs everywhere -- from your local school and library to powerhouse companies like Microsoft, Disney and Facebook.
#AlphaRising went to the Girls Who Code offices to learn how it all started and what girls need to do to become our country's next leaders.
Variety of companies must consider their options.
The Dow closed at an all-time high, finishing the day higher 0.34% to 23,515.30
For one thing, analysts now matter. Go figure.
Don't be afraid of stocks just because they are at their highs, because the best stocks often don't rest much.
They have become the de facto short for high growth players.
Dow and S&P 500 move slightly deeper into record territory on 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash.
You think we could avoid the collision, given that we hit all-time highs in the Dow and the S&P and the Nasdaq?
All the great stocks have artificial intelligence and e-commerce in common.
Despite a post-earnings stumble, the technical signs for Adobe show an uptrend remains in effect.
U.S. indices closed mixed after the Federal Reserve keeps federal funds rates unchanged and prepares to reduce the balance sheet.