Twitter has partnered with Silver Lake and Elliot Management in order to begin a share repurchase program that will happen over an unspecified time period. It will also boost user monetization.
Nintendo today saw a significant drop in the market value of its stock, possibly due to what analysts believe are slow Switch sales and the fear that there isn't a sufficient game lineup this year.
SoftBank and a coalition of other companies looking to buy shares in Uber in exchange for a multi-billion dollar investment, are looking to buy shares on the cheap at around $33 each.
Apple's stock price has hit a new record, closing higher than it ever has before. The company's rosy outlook for the rest of the year and excitement around the rumored new iPhone is driving price.
Twitter's stock took a sharp dive today as the company unveiled its recent financial reports for the fourth quarter of 2016 and the entire fiscal year. Twitter missed investor expectations.
Nintendo revealed its new Switch console, formerly known as the NX, just 24 hours ago. The versatile-looking console grabbed a lot of headlines, yet the company's stock took a bit of a hit.
Microsoft's share price jumped in after-hours trading, following what is considered to be a positive financial report. The share price is now higher than the previous record, set back in 1999.
After sending out preview versions of a big revamp of its OxygenOS operating system, now OnePlus has confirmed what many had speculated: it will be merging OxygenOS with HydrogenOS.
The South Korean giant has suffered a pounding from investors on Thursday, due to the company stopping shipments of the new flagship, after some owners reported that their units went up in flames.
Facebook is asking its shareholders to vote on new rules that would strip away Mark Zuckerberg's control of the company if he ever decides to leave or gets fired from the giant social network's helm.
Microsoft's Q3 2016 earnings were disappointing according to investors and the company's stock has taken a quick dive. However, its future outlook is considered stable and encouraging.
The SEC accused a former Microsoft employee of profiting from stock trades before key public announcements, such as a drop in Windows revenue and the Nokia acquisition in 2013.
The Surface Book went on sale today, albeit with lengthy lead times for web orders, and limited in-store inventory - but Microsoft has now said that it will deliver new stock to stores 'nearly daily'.
A result of Microsoft's strong showing since he took over, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has been granted a total of over $18.3 million in cash and stock options.
Microsoft's Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Turner, sold off over 44,000 shares of Microsoft stock yesterday for a gain of $1.8 million to his bank account.
Microsoft's shares have rallied and are back near their all time high, despite mixed financial results where Windows and Office have continued their slow decline in importance and revenue.
Twitter published its latest financial results and they are very mixed. On one hand the company beat analysts' estimates on revenue, while on the other user growth is barely existent.
Microsoft announced their earnings yesterday and their future guidance was not as strong as they hoped, so the stock price tumbled but recommendations for the stock price are all over the place.
According to a supposed leak Microsoft Stores are receiving fresh inventory for the Band wearable today with the devices being available for purchase tomorrow. The Band has been sold out for weeks.
Microsoft's board approved a dividend rate of $0.31 per share, an amount equal to last quarter's payout. It's been a great fiscal year for the company so high dividend were expected by investors.
Although Apple remains in a solid first place, Microsoft has overtaken oil giant Exxon Mobil in being the second largest publicly traded company in terms of share values.
Netflix stock is down nearly 20 percent after hours, following lower-than-expected subscriber figures during Q3 2014 and rising threats from many of Netflix's competitors.
Following the sentencing of his partner, former senior Microsoft manager Brian Jorgenson has received two years in prison for his role in a $400,000 insider trading scheme.
Ahead of an anticipated announcement from Microsoft about layoffs, the company's stock has hit the highest price in the past decade and is likely a factor of many different reasons.
A Microsoft VP explains that, amid 'unprecedented demand', the company is working 'unbelievably hard' to increase supply and honor all orders for the Xbox One before Christmas.
Microsoft has announced that they will be repurchasing $40 billion dollars worth of stock and will increase the dividend the company is paying out by 22% which will appease many shareholders.
Facebook shares hit an all-time high on the stock market today exceeding $45 per share for the first time. It's hard not to yawn at the accomplishment, but maybe the bumpy road is finally in the past.
Twitter has filed an S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and is planning for an IPO. Once happily a private company, Twitter is now officially going public.
Microsoft's stock has risen steeply following Ballmer's announcement that he would retire within the next 12 months and that a committee has formed to find his replacement.
BlackBerry may go private in the near future. The tech company has reportedly discussed in its private meetings the idea of retreating from the stock market and working out of sight
David Einhorn blasts Microsoft this week by comparing them to a sinking ship. He claims that "decades of mismanagement" will eventually do the company in and withdraws his stake from them.
Apple have avoided paying almost $10 billion in tax due to a stock buyback deal which was paid for with 'debt' rather than cash in hand, according to a new report published today.
The chief executive of ValueAct Capital has said the investment firm won't do any public campaigning to impact Microsoft's strategy after taking a $2 billion stake in the tech giant today.
BlackBerry's former CEO, Jim Balsillie, has dumped all of his 26.8 million shares in the company for $362 million, causing some analysts to predict the end for BlackBerry.
Following in David Einhorn's wake, another investor sues Apple in a bid to get them to release some of their $127 billion cash hoard and be more transparent about their executive pay.
Dell is reportedly nearing a $23 billion deal to buy back shares from shareholders, making the company a private entity. Microsoft is said to be contributing a $2 billion investment to see it happen.
According to Reuters, Apple has cut orders substantially for it's 9.7-inch iPad screen. This comes only a week after similar reports regarding iPhone 5 screens had a profound effect on Apple's stock.
Over the past three months, Apple's stock has been on collision course with the X axis as the price has plummeted from a high of over $700 to a $490 and the bleeding does not appear to be letting up.
Microsoft's stock has continued to drop after the release of Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and the Surface tablet. But are the investors fears warranted or are they only panicking about the short term?
A new article from The Wall Street Journal makes a bold proclamation: Microsoft may be a better long-term investment than Apple, despite Apple's clear success over the last decade.