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I expect that tonight's report and future guidance will roughly be inline or to the high end of expectations.
Regulators appear interested in how Google bundles content from its various services within search results. Such bundling has done much to strengthen Google's hand in the smartphone world.
While recent ad product changes are weighing on Google's near-term growth, the company is taking steps to monetize its mobile search home page and strengthen its giant travel ad business.
The stock price of Sabre Corp., which services the wholesale side of the global online travel market, is due for a "catch-up" move.
The online travel giant's post-earnings selloff has left it trading it pretty reasonable multiples. And the company still has some valuable growth drivers and competitive strengths.
Airbnb remains a formidable competitor to hotel giants like Marriott.
The shares have failed to reflect the extent of Sabre's post-spinoff value creation.
Technology and innovation have been a driving force in our way of life. Before then things were a bit more difficult, here is how that has changed.
Let's take a look at several stocks that are experiencing unusual volume activity.
Priceline, Burlington Stores and Broadcom aren't sexy, but they keep delivering.
Look for beaten-down stocks that are trading at discounts to the value of their assets.
TripAdvisor has provided some good post-earnings moves worthy of consideration.
Investors are bracing for Tuesday's all-important U.S. presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Energy, financial and technology stocks dominate names showing potential for higher prices.
Most tech companies have reported positive earnings surprises so far.
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.