EBay is upgraded to 'buy,' and Yahoo is downgraded to 'hold.'
Starbucks, Chick-fil-A and others are taking positions -- pro and con -- on the Supreme Court's upcoming rulings.
After being sheltered for so many years, the online retailer ironically may be backing a change for buyers.
The reduced fee means sellers' margins will increase, which may motivate them to list more items.
KB Home and Lennar both upgraded to 'outperform.'
Here's a speculative look at a handful of events that may capture the imaginations of technology consumers, investors and innovators over the coming 12 months.
About 7,000 US Starbucks locations are beginning to accept payments using Square's mobile payment application for smartphones.
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