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Goldman Sachs' Earnings Beat

In a broad trend across several major financial institutions, a number of the big banks reported fixed income falling, which put downward...

Are Solar Fundamentals Deteriorating?

The solar sector has had some bad news over the past week. Yingli Green Energy Hold Co   and Trina Solar   both lowered their guidance for...

What Do Pulitzer Prize Winners Mean for Businesses?

The Pulitzer Prizes for Journalism were announced earlier this week, and like usual the stories that winners read like a year-end summary of...

Drone Wars: Google Inc. Beats Facebook to Acquire Titan

Google wants to get loonier. The Internet giant announced recently that it will buy the New Mexico drone maker Titan Aerospace,...

OmniVision Technologies' Innovation Could Take It to New Highs

Image sensor maker OmniVision Technologies is flying high since it released better-than-expected third-quarter results in late February....

Will WebMD Health Corp's Growth Accelerate in the Coming Quarters?

WebMD saw a double-digit rally on Monday after the company announced a first-quarter update, showing that fundamental growth was on...

Is Android's KitKat Good News for Apple Inc?

With the release of KitKat, the latest version of the Android operating system, Google  has taken a big step toward a single OS solution for...

How Will Companies Secure the Internet of Things?

With each new modern innovation -- from the automobile to the Internet -- people have had to adapt not just to the new opportunities it...

Is Electronic Arts Inc. Ready to Be Crowned The King of Games?

If you ask many investors who the top dog is in the gaming business, Activision Blizzard is likely the first name you'll hear. However,...

Can Natural Gas Help Intrexon Take the Lead in Isobutanol Development?

Synthetic biology company Intrexon has been busy lately. In the last six months the company has entered into and expanded several exclusive...

Can Nintendo Recover From Its Wii U Disaster?

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Approximately a year and a half after the release of the Nintendo Wii...

Apple Inc. Is Walking a Fine Line Introducing a Larger iPhone 6

As far as iPhone 6 rumors go, few are more prevalent than the ones speculating Apple will introduce two different sized devices to market...

AT&T's Fighting a Two-Front War

The competition is heating up for AT&T . The company is fighting a battle for both its wireless services and its high-speed home Internet...

Is Amazon Prime Still Cost Effective With a $20 Price Increase?

With Amazon  raising prices in the United States for its Prime service from $79 a year to $99 a year today (April 17), existing and potential...

Shares of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Rise on Solid First-Quarter Results

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Programmable microchip maker Cypress Semiconductor reported first-quarter results this...

Where the Money Is: April 15

On Tuesday's edition of Where the Money Is, Motley Fool financial analyst Matt Koppenheffer takes a look at Citigroup's big earnings beat,...

3 Things to Watch When iRobot Corporation Reports Earnings

iRobot Corporation is all set to announce first-quarter 2014 earnings next Tuesday after the market close, so it's time for investors...

Can iPads Improve Panera? Florida Taxes Amazon Buys

Panera is installing Apple iPads at kiosks in stores to allow guests to place their own orders, in an effort to speed up ordering and customer service.

Airbus Executive: 3-D Printing Has a Long Way to Go

At the Inside 3-D Printing Conference in New York City, Curtis Carson, head of systems integration at Airbus Group , addressed an audience...

IBM's Quarterly Revenue Sinks as Hardware Sales Fall

IBM reports its lowest quarterly revenue in five years, as Big Blue struggles with falling demand for its hardware and faces challenges in growth markets.

Stocks to Watch Right Now: Xoom and Google

In this segment from Wednesday's Investor Beat, Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Eric Bleeker each pick one stock they'll be watching...

Office for iPad Could Actually Hurt Microsoft and Google

In one of the worst-kept secrets in years, Microsoft finally released Office for the iPad. On the surface, this would seem to be a big deal...