The first-ever vegan-friendly ETF has come to Wall Street, but should investors put their money where their mouths are?
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Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) revealed last week that it will attach its name to a pair of its top-performing subsidiary apps, Instagram and WhatsApp
Amazon supports an open internet, allowing third-party tech companies to sell ad space on Amazon Fire TV.
As artificial intelligence becomes more advanced, these two companies are set to take advantage.
Despite the launch of Facebook Dating, Match Group’s best-selling app has little to fear.
As companies like Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook come under more antitrust pressure, which of the subsidiaries looks like the most exciting investment?
Two years after it first went public on the NYSE, shares of Snap Inc now sit at all-time lows. What went wrong for this expected darling of Wall Street?
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