Big Tech was riding on the crest of the longest bull market ever seen. Now that times are much more challenging, how is the pandemic costing them?
As with most companies, the stock prices for Big Tech firms tumbled as the coronavirus pandemic spread across the world. Is now the time to invest?
In the space of a few decades, tech has moved from the preserve of a small group of specialists to driving growth in the economy. Here’s why it’s more relevant than ever.
As far as acronyms go, FAANG is a pretty cool one; it represents the most influential tech stocks of the last decade, but are FAANG stock a good investment?
Big Tech firms don’t always get along, but when they do, they can achieve great things together.
As the stock market struggles to maintain its decade-long gains in 2020, many budding investors are unsure of what happens when a stock hits zero.
Home speaker manufacturer Sonos filed a lawsuit against Google in relation to its patented smart-speaker technology which the Big Tech giant allegedly stole.
China has been notorious for chewing up and spitting out foreign firms over the years, but its recent move to ban U.S. tech from its companies could prove even more costly.
Many of the world’s largest tech firms have conquered markets across the world, but few have been able to crack the largest market of them all: China.
In the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008-09, technology took over as the driving force of the economy. Indeed, the last decade has been marked by massive changes in the way we work, play, and interact with each other.