Apple might want to have a talk with its digital assistant, which seems to have a thing for the competition.
The social network's upcoming IPO appears to be 'zucking' the air out of other well-known Internet companies.
CEO Tim Cook has plenty of cash to blow, and the mobile check-in service is one of the hottest of its kind.
The second we mention the words 'social' or 'cloud,' our objectivity in judging businesses dissipates.
The big day is approaching for investors and the social network.
New names may be popular, but old tech is still the place to put long-term money.
Revenue from the print arm of the directory business has declined by nearly half over the past four years.
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