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The drop in King Digital could be a sign of a market shift from frothy to stable.
Facebook strikes another big deal to get it into the virtual reality space -- and a potential gaming play, as well.
King Digital Entertainment, the maker of the popular smartphone game Candy Crush, will try to raise $533 million when it prices its shares between $21 and $24 on its IPO.
King Digital, maker of Candy Crush, hopes investors will focus on the increase of daily users and not the declining revenue and profits when it IPOs.
TheStreet caught up with Myspace co-founder Chris DeWolfe at SXSW to find out how Facebook is affecting the rest of the internet industry.
Pitney Bowes closes above upper end of the bull flag pattern, the trade idea is in motion.
Renaissance Capital Co-Founder and Chair Kathleen Smith believes this sets a high bar for companies like Square that plan to go public this year.
The Candy Crush maker isn't ready to unseat the FarmVille maker yet.
SunPower surged today to get to the upper end of the inverse head and shoulders pattern.
Shares of Zynga are soaring on Friday after the Internet game company said it will buy U.K.-based game developer NaturalMotion for about $527 million in cash and equity.
U.S. markets are set to open lower as two tech titans deliver very different quarterly reports.
Wedbush Securities Computer Services Analyst Gil Luria says online retailers, such as Overstock, will benefit from lower transaction charges as they start accepting Bitcoin.
Shares of MeetMe are off to a fast start this year, rising 25%, because of the social discovery company's rapidly growing mobile business, says the company's CEO Geoff Cook.
"Big Bang Disruptors" can virtually devastate a business overnight through faster, cheaper and superior technology and that is exactly what 3D printers are doing, says Larry Downes, author of "Big Bang Disruption".
U.S. markets opened the first full week of 2014 trading to the upside but a duo of downgrades are weighing on two familiar names.
I am looking at the correlation between the U.S. Gasoline Fund and the U.S. Oil Fund.
Some big companies will want to keep it out of their competitors' hands.
Just look at Glu Mobile's ascent over the past six weeks.
Here's a rundown of the various earnings characters you're bound to encounter.