Where tech investors crave growth -- in cloud services and the surge in smartphones -- Pandora is a hit. With video on Pandora's first day of trading on Wall Street.
The iPhone maker will probably find a quick replacement for Ron Johnson, who is leaving to lead JCPenney.
The cable giant will allow customers to use video calling through their television sets.
The charts show that several of tech’s big names have more room to fall before reaching technically oversold levels. Two in particular may begin to lag the S&P 500.
Look for a rally as stocks bounce off technical lows.
The latest tech startup to go public boasts Apple and Facebook among its customers. Shares surge more than 20% in their first day of trading. With video.
The company will likely provide details about its MacBook Air and iCloud service. Look for an appearance from CEO Steve Jobs, too.
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