The insanely popular app has 15 million daily players, stomping nearly every other mobile game. It's free but still brings big bucks to developer King.com.
By using a limited list of people's names for its Share A Coke campaign, the company has done itself more harm than good.
One analyst believes the social network will benefit from several innovations that the market hasn't yet been given an opportunity to understand.
Yahoo is finally showing some interest in the Web property it neglected for years. There's a larger strategy at play here.
Women, Action & the Media has launched a campaign demanding that the social network remove content that has hate speech and violence against women on its website.
Meanwhile, 2 Dow components and another important stock in the tech sector are downgraded.
Halliburton is downgraded to 'underweight,' and Eli Lilly is initiated with a 'buy.'
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These companies won't soar like other plays in the sector, but they make for great income sources.
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