Salesforce is in preliminary discussions to buy the smaller communication platform, sending Slack shares up 38% and Salesforce down 5%.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft know the importance of the education market and are fighting to become the go-to PC for the next generation.
Video game sales are at all-time highs since the pandemic hit in March, but digital sales are rapidly replacing physical copies as the go-to purchasing option.
There have been many winners and losers during the COVID-19 pandemic, with Big Tech flourishing thanks to strong demand across the board.
October marks the start of the end of the year, and for a notoriously volatile month, these three stocks should stay strong and stable during Q4.
Two ‘final boss’ companies are set up for a winter boost as COVID restrictions look to be extended. So what can we expect from these gaming giants?
Oracle will become TikTok’s U.S. partner in a deal that will allow the social media app to remain operating in the country.
Can a deal to buy TikTok breathe some life into Microsoft, or will it even go through?
The best of the biggest may be able to stand up to the headwinds investors usually see this month.
With Microsoft’s current bull run in 2020, will the acquisition of TikTok actually be a good thing, or bad for business?