Wall Street has seen Apple’s lower cost answer to Android’s growing global market share, and the pin-striped cufflinked penny-loafered class doesn’t like it.
Apple shares are down $7.26 so far today and down about $260 in the past six months.
The big question, however, is this: even if Apple has a stellar quarter, will it be enough to pull AAPL out of its stock market doldrums?
Yelp’s stock price dropped an alarming 8 percent following the announcement of Facebook’s Graph Search.
Facebook’s stock hasn’t passed $30 a share since July. Today, however, it hit the high after inviting press to “see what we’re building” at an event on January 15.
It’s a good day for wireless service provider Clearwire, which currently has two lucrative offers that could make its shareholders very happy.
Your company’s social media strategy isn’t just for publicity or customer service — it can actually help boost your share price, a new study suggests.
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Today’s plethora of Apple announcements didn’t do much for Apple’s share price, which dropped over two percent today.
Google’s shares hit a new all-time high today of $747.28 as both Facebook and Apple are taking a hit.
Pandora investors aren’t thrilled with the news that technology giant Apple might be launching its own streaming service.
Electronics retail chain Best Buy reported dismal results in its fiscal 2013 Q2 earnings report today, with profits taking a 91 percent nose dive.
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.
Real estate listings site Zillow opened on the NASDAQ stock exchange this morning with a whopping $60 share price after its IPO was priced last night at $20 per share. But the $60 per share price fell quickly after the first trade and shares are currently trading around a more reasonable $34.
Research in Motion’s troubles just keep mounting. After a dismal earnings report last Thursday, the smartphone maker watched its stock lose a quarter of its value. Then on Monday, it lost its a digital marketing officer.