New trading regulations have enabled a data explosion that one expert refers to as The Rise of the Machines.
Twitter has finalized its share price for tomorrow’s initial public offering at $26. This will enable the company to raise close to $2 billion, significantly higher than the $1.4 billion to $1.7 billion that Twitter initially filed for, and this will give Twitter a stock market valuation of about $14 billion.
This week’s slight bounce-back of around 70 cents per share is due to the arrival of a certain high-profile Microsoftie in Zynga’s hallowed halls.
With the recent tech IPOs of Tableau, Marketo, and ChannelAdvisor, it’s time to take a closer look at the NYSE or Nasdaq’s competition for these companies.
Robinhood launched a mobile app today to guide you through the dangerous woods of stock market investing.
Apple shares are down $7.26 so far today and down about $260 in the past six months.
Since December of last year, Google stock is up 20 percent. Since December of last year, Apple stock is down 20 percent.
It’s been an interesting day. Apple reported record revenue of $54.5 billion and record quarterly profit of $13.1 billion, then saw its share price drop 10 percent.
Yelp’s stock price dropped an alarming 8 percent following the announcement of Facebook’s Graph Search.
Fueled by concerns that iPhone 5 demand has weakened, investors are abandoning Apple, sending the company’s stock under the $500-per-share mark.
No. 3 PC maker Dell’s stock has skyrocketed 13 percent on a report that the company is “in talks” to go private.
Google’s shares hit a new all-time high today of $747.28 as both Facebook and Apple are taking a hit.
Apple’s share price on the Nasdaq stock exchange reached a new all-time high of $648.02 at the end of trading today, a sign investors are enthused about the rumored next-gen iPhone, Apple television, and smaller iPad.
Less than two weeks after Facebook’s stock price hit a low of $20.84 comes the reminder that about two billion more shares will hit the market between now and May, 2013.
The company’s stock closed the day at $5.19, but it dropped, at one point, by 40 percent on news of the terrible earnings.
Facebook’s stock on the Nasdaq exchange dropped by about 9.6 percent in regular trading Tuesday, a steep drop from its original IPO price of $38 a share.
Zynga shares halted as Facebook opens for trading.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has featured the same 30, large publicly traded companies since 2009. The stock market landscape has shifted significantly in the past three years, and now big tech companies like Google and Apple could be considered for a spot on the elite list, according to business publication Barron’s.
Apple is holding a conference call bright and early Monday morning to announce plans for its large cash balance. The company is sitting on around $98 billion in cash, and investors are getting increasingly antsy and clamoring for a dividend or share buyout.
Apple has the best kind of problem: A sizable $90 billion in cash burning a hole in its pocket.
Social games company Zynga’s stock ended its second day of trading on the Nasdaq exchange down nearly 5 percent, a signal of turbulent times ahead for the value of the company.
Zynga’s stock price rose as high as 15 percent in early trading on Nasdaq as the company went public at $10 a share.
As the tech IPO window creaks open, contractor reviewing site Angie’s List has announced a $13 opening share price for a planned initial public offering later this month.
Groupon (GRPN), the popular daily deal company, saw brisk trading on its first day of public trading, peaking at $30 per share and closing the day at $26 per share.
Apple shares rose 3.3 percent today to close at $422 a share, an all-time high for the company.
A record number of companies delayed their initial public offerings this week in the wake of market upsets.
Better-than-expected fourth quarter fiscal earnings help pump up Cisco’s share price on Thursday and — along with a promising jobs report — helped bolster the entire market during a wild roller-coaster week. The Nasdaq ended the day up 4.7 percent while the S&P 500 closed ahead by 4.6 percent.
Stocks made a comeback this morning after huge slides on Friday and Monday. Traders appear to be anticipating good news from the Federal Reserve’s policy statement today.
The world financial markets continued to tumble early Tuesday morning, as stock markets in Asia opened sharply lower.
Like other upcoming public offerings, Groupon’s now has a big shadow hanging over it.
The pundits were out in force today as they described the big drop in the stock market. Which quote was your favorite?
As the New York Stock Exchange saw major indices plummeting by five or six percent today, tech stocks dropped even further than many of their non-tech counterparts. The picture is especially clear if you look at the stock price changes since the market slide started August 4.
On a damaging day for the U.S. stock market, enterprise-focused stocks got hammered just like everything else. But their prospects during a downturn are better than most, according to analysts contacted by VentureBeat.
The biggest question on every mind in Silicon Valley relates to our collective worst nightmare: Could a macroeconomic collapse trigger another dotcom-esque bust?