(Phys.org)—Some hedge funds manipulate stock prices at the end of the month to improve the returns that they report to their investors, a new study suggests.
Facebook will become part of the Nasdaq 100 index of the largest non-financial companies listed on the electronic exchange, the market operator said Wednesday.
Facebook has run into a fresh attack from privacy activists after the huge social network modified policies on how it manages users' data.
Hewlett-Packard now has a legal headache to compound its misery as the company tries to recover from a series of setbacks that have hammered its stock price and raised doubts about its future.
(AP)—Yahoo's shares touched $19 Monday, the first time they have traded that high in more than two and half years.
(AP)—Facebook's stock is climbing after an upgrade from an analyst who believes Wall Street is underestimating the company's potential to grow revenue.
Shares of Research in Motion Ltd. Jumped nearly 14 percent Friday as investors seemingly grew more optimistic about a February launch of the Canadian company's much-delayed BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
Fujitsu Laboratories announced development of the world's first stream aggregation technology able to rapidly process both stored historical data and incoming streams of new data in a big data context.
(AP)—Facebook's stock is up more than 7 percent despite expectations that it would fall because more than 850 million additional shares in the company are being freed up for sale.
(AP)—Groupon, the No. 1 online deals service, says it had a small loss in the third quarter as higher revenue failed to make up for stock compensation and other expenses.