- 3 Reasons American Tower Corp.'s Stock Could Rise
American Tower is a growth stock, quite literally built on a foundation of solid rock. Here are three of the best reasons to own this stock today.
- Tesla Motors, Inc. Is Itching for More and Better Batteries
Tesla Motors' Gigafactory will produce a mountain of rechargable batteries, driving down the cost of future electric cars. Battery researchers are going even further.
- Rackspace Hosting Dives on Unclear Buyout Progress
Shares of Rackspace Hosting took another large dive this week, as solid second-quarter results were outweighed by a lack of clarity on buyout talks.
- Here's How Red Hat Entered the Massive Internet of Things Market Without Even Trying
Red Hat never really looked for a role in the exploding Internet of Things market. The Linux vendor didn't have to; Customers came looking for data transfers and security anyway.
- Is This Quiet Street in Ireland Costing Americans Millions of Dollars in Lost Taxes?
10 U.S. companies have moved to Dublin's Fitzwilliam Place in an effort to save millions of dollars in taxes. Here's how they're doing it.
- Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst: In 2014, Open Source Innovation Is Going Mainstream
In a phone interview with The Fool, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst explained how 2014 is matching up with his expectations. Spoiler alert: It's a happy story.
- T-Mobile and Sprint Give Up on Merger Plans, Spin Off in New Directions
Hopeless regulatory roadblocks put an end to Sprint's planned buyout of T-Mobile. In search of a new plan, Sprint installs a new CEO with global ambitions.
- Samsung and Apple Call a Halfhearted Patent Truce, But the War Rages On
Apple and Samsung have dropped all patent lawsuits against one another -- except the crucial American litigation. What's next?
- Microsoft Corporation May Pursue a Bold Strategy With Windows 9
Rumor has it that Microsoft might give away free upgrade licenses to the next version of Windows. What's the big idea -- and will it even work?
- Is Netflix, Inc. About to Kill DVD Services?
Netflix has stopped sending DVD mailers on Saturdays, puts zero dollars into advertising the DVD service, and generally gives its old mainstay the cold shoulder. Could this be a sign its demise is near?