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Microsoft sells off debt to finance its LinkedIn acquisition while Emerson Electric sells its $4 billion Network Power division.
For the week of August 1, investors will be watching a slew of corporate earnings and the July jobs report.
Microsoft's proposed acquisition of LinkedIn helped spark a M&A rebound in the technology space during second quarter.
AAPL beat forecasts and TWTR missed, but don't follow the herd.
As Charles Dickens would put it, the earnings results and forward guidance at Twitter and Apple are a tale of two companies. Twitter failed to meet analysts' not-so-great expectations and guided lower, while Apple met diminished expectations and gui...
We believe the company is well on its way to spiraling out of control.
Twitter will report second-quarter earnings this afternoon after the close. Expectations, justifiably, remain low. The company's stock has rallied from $14 to $15 six weeks ago -- when I placed the stock on my Best Ideas List at $14.60 -- to around ...
The California startup could upset Broadcom’s ethernet game with chips that are twice as fast and fully user-programmable.
Try a bearishly biased, out-of-the-money, vertical put spread that expires in September.
All of these add up to a level of insecurity on the part of sidelined money.
Jim Cramer on reports that Salesforce was the second bidder for LinkedIn, behind Microsoft.
CyberArk and Symantec could be attractive on a pullback.
Twitter is searching for a way to increase engagement, while Amazon jumps feet first into a crowded music streaming field.
Shares of Salesforce.com were down slightly in Tuesday's trading session.
IBM, Verizon, Google and Amazon are just some of the names that could purchase the troubled social media company.
Investors should buy Microsoft now that the dust has somewhat settled after the announcement that the company is purchasing LinkedIn, says Jim Cramer.
Still, there's no reason to be positive right now.
Traders jumped on Twitter after the LinkedIn deal, since a TWTR acquisition seems more suitable.
Tech's been threatening to break out despite the overall downbeat nature of some big-name stocks.
Sad weekend. Sad day. The big business news item -- Microsoft (MSFT) acquiring LinkedIn (LNKD), but I don't view this as a meaningful positive. I added to my Nasdaq short today at attractive prices. "Trade of the Week" -- long Twitter (TWTR). Odd...
The second half does not look promising for stocks as a whole in this increasingly expensive market, but investors still have a chance to earn sizable returns in individual stories.
With indices rolling over again, the bears may have finally earned a little respect.
Markets trade in negative territory amid global macro concerns.
Jim Cramer says Citron Research analyst Andrew Left's move to short Facebook is a valuation play.
There might be renewed takeover interest in company's like Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Expedia following Microsoft's $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn, according to Jim Cramer.