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(AP)—Shares of Apple jumped nearly 6 percent Monday, with one analyst calling a two-month sell-off in shares of the world's most valuable company "insanely insane."
Chinese Internet giant Tencent on Wednesday posted a third quarter net profit increase of 32 percent, benefiting from the popularity of its instant messaging services and online games.
(AP)—Telecom Italia shares rose 6 percent after the former monopoly confirmed that an Egyptian tycoon has expressed interest in investing in the Italian company.
Chinese computer maker Lenovo Group said it had become the global market leader in consumer and notebook personal computers, as it posted a 13 percent rise in second-quarter net profit.
Apple's stock is falling along with a sell-off in the broader market.
World's largest study to date into computer-based financial trading reveals beneficial effects but warns of systemic ris
A new Government research project, undertaken by an international team of researchers including experts from the University of Bristol, into the advantages and risks of computer-based trading in financial markets has shown ...
(AP)—Facebook's stock price fell Wednesday, the day employees were eligible to start selling restricted stock in the company.
With Election Day less than a month away, television is filled with talking heads spreading the conventional wisdom of what a Republican or Democratic president might mean for the economy.
(Phys.org)—A 72-year study of the Dow Jones could help avoid the kind of stock market crash that struck the world economy in 2008.