Every growth stock grows more slowly as it gets bigger. It's as inevitable as the aging process. So have we hit Peak Google?
The Russell 2000 and the Nasdaq Composite are in the most significant pullbacks since January's emerging-market dive.
The new class has no voting rights and will ensure the founders' firm grip on the stock. The company is also splitting its stock.
This company is partnering with tech giants to build facilities all over the country, and its shares have jumped 168% in the last year.
The stakes are huge -- an estimated 450 million units are expected to ship annually by 2019 in the wearable-devices market.
The company signs a deal with Italian eyewear maker Luxottica Group, potentially adding the cool factor the glasses technology needs.
When this money-losing stock goes public, steer clear. The offering won't even cover the red ink at the cloud-computing startup.
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