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Shares of Dow component General Electric were sharply lower Friday morning after the industrial giant delivered earnings that were way below analysts' estimates, while revenue slightly beat expectations. The company also cut its profit outlook for this year. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforoous, Rick Newman and Jared Blikre discuss whether or not this once American icon can turn things around under the leadership of new CEO John Flannery.
Starting Friday, Messenger users in the U.S. who log in with their PayPal accounts can use the popular messaging platform to send and request money to one another.
You show different sides of yourself to different friends in your life.
Alan Valdes, director of floor operations at Silverbear Capital, joins Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss current headwinds for US equities, including the nomination of a new (or same) Federal Reserve Chair in a few weeks.
Alan Valdes, director of floor operations at Silverbear Capital, joins Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest Q3 earnings. Disclosure: Verizon is Yahoo Finance's parent company, and Alan Valdes owns shares of the company.
A few months ago we reported that Facebook may begin testing paywalls and subscriptions for Instant Articles beginning in October.
Flickr, the once Yahoo-owned photo-sharing site that's now a part of Verizon*, is getting out of the photo book printing business, and is shutting down the feature that allowed users to turn photos into professional-quality wall art.
The rampant sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein are exposing the viability of nondisclosure agreements that companies routinely include in settlements of workplace harassment claims.
In a textbook illustration of the conflict of interest between Facebook and Google's ostensible dedication to free speech and their ostensible espousal of progressive values, the internet giants reportedly took millions in advertising money from a major anti-immigration group at the same time as both were engaged in pro-immigration advocacy. The former reportedly worked directly with SAN to improve the campaign, while the latter did extensive A/B testing to see if vertical video would do better.