Joining us on the show to talk more about the Nasdaq passing 9,000 and what’s in store for 2020 with the tech stocks is Chris Retzler, Portfolio Manager at Needham Growth Fund.

On Thursday, the Nasdaq hits 9,000 for the first time ever and the Dow & S&P close at all-time highs. Frank Holland has more for us.

Deirdre Bosa reports on what the giant e-commerce company, Amazon, may have in store for its investors and Wall Street in 2020.

As the 2010s come to a close, lawmakers and regulators have their eyes fixed on the tech industry following a series of scandals that drew their privacy and competition policies into question.

Growth in Microsoft’s cloud computing segment could fuel a big run for the software giant in 2020, according to Bank of America.

Josh Lipton reports on what the video game console business is doing to fight off competition from the mobile gaming and streaming services.

Netflix was by far the best performer in the S&P 500 during the decade among companies currently in the index.

Cutting-edge chipmakers stand out as the best-performing industry across sectors and regions.

The ex-Uber CEO has sold more than $2.5 billion worth of shares since a lockup period expired last month, leaving him with less than 10% of his holdings left, according to public filings.

NBCUniversal is looking to differentiate its streaming service Peacock from rivals through its pricing structure and user interface.

Facebook will not allow anyone on its platform, including politicians, to post misleading information about the 2020 Census, the company announced Thursday.

In the past decade, there has been no shortage of optimism from automakers and tech companies like Uber and Lyft over two major emerging technologies: autonomous and electric vehicles.

As the final holiday shopping days are upon us, we are seeing our email inboxes getting more crowded with emails from retailers for last minute sales push. Courtney Reagan has more for us.

Hospitals, many of which are increasingly in dire financial straits, are weighing a lucrative new opportunity: Selling patient health information to tech companies.

Google on Tuesday announced that it’s now rolling out support for Rich Communication Services (RCS) protocol to Android devices that support it through its Messages app.