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Apple has more cash than any other technology company on the planet. Over the past five years, Apple has spent the least on M&A out of all the “Big Five” most valuable U.S. technology companies, a Crunchbase News analysis finds. While this week’s $400 million acquisition of music discovery app Shazam indicates a willingness to make big-ticket purchases, history shows Apple has made these kinds of large deals pretty rarely.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone and Company joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the outlook for stocks next year.
Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman, Justine Underhill, and Dan Howley take a look at some holiday tech gifts that won’t break the bank.
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The GOP tax bill is not without its many faults. The repeal of the individual healthcare mandate could be a problem for healthcare stocks and ETFs. Meanwhile, bitcoin is still hot on everyone's mind.
General Motors Co offered a sneak peek on Saturday of the next generation Chevrolet Silverado pickup, designed to haul big payloads of profits for the automaker when it launches next year. The current Silverado is GM's best selling vehicle in North America, with sales of more than 500,000 vehicles last year. GM has disclosed investments of nearly $3 billion to upgrade factories in Michigan, Indiana and Mexico that build the Silverado and its GMC brand counterpart, the Sierra.
Yesterday (Dec. 15), a strange post went up on Facebook’s corporate blog. It was strange because it suggested that Facebook might, in fact, be bad for you. What solution can the social network provide? The same answer it gives to every question: namely, more Facebook. The post was the latest in Facebook’s somewhat new series,…
Apple, Hewlett-Packard, and Dell all offer solid 2017 versions of their flagship 13-inch models. I've been using all three. So which one comes out on top?
Apple attempts to bolster its music ambitions, Twitter tries to simplify its service, and Fitbit stock gets a sell rating. Here's what investors should know.