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Social media companies might have millions of users but they are notoriously secret about the location of their HQ
President Donald Trump could boost M&A deal flow in 2017, according to PwC's U.S. deals leader Bob Saada.
Even up here, these companies, along with Intel and Microsoft, are tempting.
The EU's conditions for approving the deal do little to change hefty potential value to Microsoft's empire. But executing on the opportunity will take some work.
The surprise factor turned out not to be a surprise.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
Jim Cramer says LinkedIn could face potential threats to its job openings business, including a threat from Facebook.
The software giant is growing Office revenue by selling customers on cloud subscriptions whose feature sets steadily improve.
Microsoft shares hit a new all time high.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
The names in Salesforce.com's leaked list of potential takeout targets have been kicked around for a long time, so don't get too excited about it, says Jim Cramer.
These two are the mighty test cases of tech right now.
Lessons of LinkedIn play a part in the Salesforce-Twitter non-deal.
Shares of Twitter were falling sharply after takeover hopes were dashed by Google.
Despite markets at record highs, companies are satisfying their appetites to grow and find value by buying others.
Salesforce's decision to attack Microsoft's deal to buy LinkedIn is not characteristic of the company and is quite puzzling, says Jim Cramer.
Deutsche Bank was rising premarket after hitting a new all-time low the session before.
Twitter could be the subject of a class action lawsuit brought by disgruntled investors.
The data says wages are going up, but for many of us, raises are hard to come by. Two economists explain why.
What do this year's biggest tech deals tell investors about the future.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said LinkedIn's earnings beat will help shares of Microsoft.
U.S. futures were pricing positively ahead of July's jobs report.
LinkedIn shares gained steam after the professional networking company reported second quarter results that beat Wall Street's expectations.
On Thursday, August 4, LinkedIn reports quarterly results and weekly jobless claims are released
AIG shares rocketed Wednesday after the company topped analyst earnings expectations.
Shares of the Microsoft were higher Tuesday following news that it sold nearly $20 billion of debt to fund its takeover of social professional network LinkedIn .