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Two years after the arrival of Snap's Lens Studio software, new tools are pushing larger-scale creations, while Spectacles hint at ...
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U.S. stock index futures edged higher on Thursday, a day after the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady and struck an optimistic ...
Oracle's second quarter earnings beat market estimates while total revenues were slightly below expectations.
The Financial Express:
The snap election had been called by Johnson in a bid to win a majority for his Conservative Party and break the Commons deadlock over ...
The year-in-review feature is available from today for a limited time—but not all Snapchatters will have one.
Silicon Valley Business Journals:
Obituaries for the IPO market at the end of 2019 were a bit premature, at least in the case of one Bay Area company whose offering ...
Tens of thousands of polling stations were set to open at 7:00 am on Thursday as British voters prepare to choose members of parliament ...
Even if the OPEC+ coalition manages to remove as much as 2.1 million barrels of oil per day from the market in the first quarter next ...
Investor's Business Daily:
Software stocks rallied in early 2018 and 2019, then pulled back as some analysts questioned their valuations.
Samsung Galaxy S11 images show its iPhone 11 Pro beating five-camera setup
GE Stock Upgraded by UBS with a ‘Buy,’ $14 Price Target
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SNAP cuts take effect in 2020.
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Sourcing Journal Online:
Besting Wall Street's third quarter estimate wasn't enough for Lululemon as investors wanted a higher growth rate for the holiday quarter.
Brokerages Set QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) Price Target at $88.01
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