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The social networking underdog still has plenty of irons in the fire.
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Which Chinese e-commerce giant looks cheaper relative to its growth potential?
The tech giant’s dependence on Intel’s Xeon CPUs could plunge over the next few years.
This cloud underdog is trading above its IPO price again -- but it still has a lot to prove.
DoorDash is crushing Grubhub and Uber Eats in terms of brand awareness.
The “Twitches of China” headed in opposite directions after their IPOs.
A cloud rival, two superstores, and an artisan marketplace could all curb Amazon’s long-term growth.
I repeatedly underestimated SINA’s headwinds as its stock plummeted.
The Japanese tech giant prefers to focus on the PS5 rather than develop a new handheld console.
The tech giant is on the ropes, but it still has plenty of ways to punch back.
Microsoft’s Xbox boss dismisses the VR gaming market, while Sony embraces it.
The Chinese tech giant faces tough competitors in the advertising, cloud, fintech, and gaming markets.
Alibaba, Tencent, Amazon, and Baidu control 80% of China’s growing cloud market.