Apple may not have surpassed US$1-trillion in market value in the wake of this week’s solid results, but it remains the world’s biggest company – for now.
You have to give one thing to Facebook: confronted by a torrent of accusations of misbehaviour over the past 12 months, the world’s largest social network has at least made the effort to be conciliatory.
It’s been a hallmark of the tech bull run. If you want to play, be prepared for some awful days. That proved true again on Monday as the group’s highest flyers led the way down in the market’s worst day since April
Warren Buffett boosting his stake in Apple has pundits predicting it is poised to hit $1 trillion (R12.5 trillion) in market value. But the iPhone maker isn’t the first to tread that lofty path. PetroChina crossed
Alphabet’s first quarter results came with a clear message to Wall Street: the company is embarking on a new spending binge to chase its biggest rivals. Google’s parent posted the strongest sales growth in almost
When Diane Greene first joined Google in late 2015, her first task was to assemble the company’s disparate and often wayward cloud projects and whip them into a real business. Sales, marketing and engineering divisions