Following a peaceful transition of power in the U.S. capital, major indexes across the board notched all-time highs.
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Following the suspension of Trump, Twitter shares tumble as investors grow concerned over the future regulation of social networks.
After a shocking week in U.S. politics, investors are considering how the market will be impacted by the results of the Georgia runoff election.
We’re very happy to bring you a special edition of the Five On Friday where we take a look back on the biggest stories of 2020.
With the New Year just around the corner, Big Tech may need to think of a resolution or risk being split up.
What a week it’s been for investors after we were graced with not one, but two long-awaited IPOs in DoorDash and Airbnb
Should investors be concerned about the impact of a COVID-19 vaccine on their Zoom shares in 2021?
It’s been some time since we heard of an acquisition rumor this big, but could Salesforce and Slack be a match made in heaven?
It was a massive week for Amazon and Tesla, but the real star of the show isn’t even a public company yet…
It’s been an extremely volatile week, and though nothing’s set in stone yet, Pfizer’s vaccine hopes are still something to get excited about.