The world may not be ready for Facebook's digital token, Libra, but that's not stopping the social media giant from forging ahead.
The ride-hailing company hopes to clean up a reputation that has been muddied by lawsuits and customer complaints.
Samsung and Microsoft are hoping foldable phones will drive new growth in a now-less-exciting smartphone market.
Rumors are swirling that the tech giant will launch such a product early next year, which could boost its market share and drive consumers to its services.
Facebook is creating a new VR world dubbed Horizon, hoping to drive the market for VR glasses, which has failed to take off.
The holidays are coming, which should bode well for e-commerce stocks as more consumers shift their purchasing habits online.
Nobody knows for sure if and when a recession will come, but investors need to prepare. These three stocks can provide a little insulation when the economy goes south.
It recently hit 900 million, closing in on its long-stated goal to have 1 billion by 2020.
This "biggest update ever" enables car owners to summon their vehicles from parking lots.
Amazon will likely leave some losers in its wake as it launches Amazon Care, the medical clinic it's piloting for its Seattle employees.
A Federal Trade Commission lawsuit alleges Match Group used fake love connections to trick consumers into buying subscriptions. Is this trouble for the tech stock, or a buying opportunity?
The retailer announced a new $5 billion share buyback program as it benefits from investments it has made to fend off an e-commerce giant.
Tesla is facing competition from startup Rivian in bringing an electric truck to market.
The social media giant gets a redo with its upgraded Portal video chat devices, but it's not clear whether users will want them this time around.
Amazon announced a new corporate plan to meet a goal of the Paris climate accord ten years before the deadline.
Apple's market valuation exceeded $1 trillion last week after rolling out new iPhones and giving pricing details for Apple+. Will the enthusiasm be maintained?
The drug store chain just hired an executive from Fitbit as it tries to expand beyond pharmacies and consumer product sales.
It is beating its peers as it boosts its user base and engagement and goes after new revenue opportunities.
Dreams of riches are turning into nightmares for investors as profitability continues to elude these three.
The search giant is paying researchers to find third-party apps that misuse customer data.