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Tech Stocks That Move The Market

Tech Stocks That Move The Market

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This basket lists stocks that investors interested in tech should have in their portfolios — including FANG stocks and rising stars that just had IPOs.

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  • Microsoft Tries To Break Out
    Investor's Business Daily Video3 minutes ago

    Microsoft Tries To Break Out

    Microsoft Tries To Break Out

  • Google's AR tools make it easier for apps to apply face filters
    Engadget23 hours ago

    Google's AR tools make it easier for apps to apply face filters

    Augmented reality experiences are still in their relative infancy, but becauseAndroid runs on so many devices, it can't always assume they'll have dedicatedhardware to create extra effects

  • Reuters30 minutes ago

    Facebook needs independent ethical oversight - MPs

    Facebook and other big tech companies should be subject to a compulsory code of ethics to tackle the spread of fake news, the abuse of users' data and the bullying of smaller firms, MPs said on Monday. In a damning report that singled out Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg for what it said was a failure of leadership and personal responsibility, the UK parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee said the companies had proved ineffective in stopping harmful content and disinformation on their platforms. "The guiding principle of the 'move fast and break things' culture often seems to be that it is better to apologise than ask permission," committee chairman Damian Collins said.

  • Reuters32 minutes ago

    Facebook needs independent ethical oversight: UK lawmakers

    Facebook and other big tech companies should be subject to a compulsory code of ethics to tackle the spread of fake news, the abuse of users' data and the bullying of smaller firms, British lawmakers said on Monday. In a damning report that singled out Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg for what it said was a failure of leadership and personal responsibility, the UK parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee said the companies had proved ineffective in stopping harmful content and disinformation on their platforms. "The guiding principle of the 'move fast and break things' culture often seems to be that it is better to apologize than ask permission," committee chairman Damian Collins said.

  • The Wall Street Journal41 minutes ago

    [$$] U.K. Committee Rebukes Facebook in Call for Social-Media Regulation

    The report urged a compulsory code of ethics for technology companies to deal with harmful or illegal content on their sites. Large sections of the report were devoted to criticism of Facebook, which it said had intentionally and knowingly violated both privacy and anticompetition laws in how it handled user data and tried to stifle competitors. The report expands on earlier recommendations from the committee published in July and follows a monthslong inquiry into tech companies and issues of privacy, misinformation and the power of their platforms in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

  • U.K. Lawmakers Recommend Harsher Penalties For Tech Companies
    Bloomberg41 minutes ago

    U.K. Lawmakers Recommend Harsher Penalties For Tech Companies

    Damian Collins, the policy maker who spearheaded the inquiry, called for Parliament to create new laws to help a proposed regulator oversee the industry, with fines for companies to be calculated based on their revenue. “Companies like Facebook exercise massive market power which enables them to make money by bullying the smaller technology companies and developers who rely on this platform to reach their customers,” Collins said in a statement Monday.

  • Should Google Pay a Stock Dividend?
    Investopedia1 hour ago

    Should Google Pay a Stock Dividend?

    Many tech companies pay stock dividends to their shareholders, but the parent company of Google isn't one of them—despite pressure from investors.

  • How Square's Cash App Makes Money (SQ)
    Investopedia2 hours ago

    How Square's Cash App Makes Money (SQ)

    Cash App is free for individuals to download and use, which leaves many people wondering how Square makes money from it.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    How Did Intel Get Its Name? Hint: Two Words Blend to Create It

    Ahead of the next round of earnings from Intel, take a trip behind the label to discover how the PC giant got to where it is today.

  • Does Apple Have Something Big Planned for March?
    Motley Fool6 hours ago

    Does Apple Have Something Big Planned for March?

    Rumors are swirling.

  • Dow Stocks Microsoft, Cisco, Walmart Just Entered Buy Range; Take A Closer Look
    Investor's Business Daily6 hours ago

    Dow Stocks Microsoft, Cisco, Walmart Just Entered Buy Range; Take A Closer Look

    Microsoft, Cisco and Walmart hit buy zones Friday. But the Dow Jones stocks share some flaws. Walmart earnings are due Tuesday.

  • Here's How Skyworks Makes Its Money
    Motley Fool6 hours ago

    Here's How Skyworks Makes Its Money

    Let's get to know this wireless chip maker.

  • How Does Bitcoin Mining Work?
    Investopedia6 hours ago

    How Does Bitcoin Mining Work?

    Cryptocurrency mining is painstaking, expensive, and only sporadically rewarding. Nonetheless, mining has a magnetic draw for many investors interested in cryptocurrency. This may be because entrepreneurial types see mining as pennies from heaven, like California gold prospectors in 1849.