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Xbox Live Games With Gold for October 2016

Xbox Live Games With Gold for October 2016 is almost here, and Microsoft has announced the four games that are on tab ahead of Halloween. More 

4 Best ETFs & Stocks to Tap the Tech Boom

The tech sector is on fire on improving fundamentals, and these 3 ETFs and stocks to buy are worth consideration from investors More 

Will Walt Disney Co Acquire Twitter Inc? Not Likely (DIS, TWTR)

Twitter and Walt Disney do make for an odd couple, and while they may be talking, chances are a buyout won't happen. Here's why.... More 

73 Dividend Stocks You Should Have on Your Radar

In this low interest rate environment, dividends look great, and our Dividend Grader ratings show you where to find the best values More 

Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Should Avoid Twitter Like the Plague

Microsoft (MSFT) stock doesn't need distractions from the LinkedIn acquisition and Twitter's (TWTR) stagnant user growth is a huge one. More 

Why Alphabet Inc Is the Best Home for Twitter (GOOGL)

Don't sleep on Alphabet (GOOGL). Disney and Microsoft have wiggled their way into the Twitter race, but Alphabet has the pole position. More 

Wall Street Erases Gains Ahead of Tonight’s Debate

The Dow Jones lost 0.9%, the S&P 500 dropped 0.9%, the Nasdaq wafted 0.9% lower and the Russell 2000 ended the day 1.1% lower. More 

MSFT, ADBE: Microsoft Corporation and Adobe Systems Incorporated Team Up in the Cloud

Microsoft (MSFT) and Adobe Systems (ADBE) are teaming up in the cloud to help business customers by giving them access to more data. More 

5 Big Retailers With Big Technology Plans

Leveraging suitable technology should help retailers to turn their businesses around, and these 5 retailers are on the cutting edge More 

MSFT Stock Analysis: Microsoft Debt and Repayment

So, how does Nadella build long-term value in MSFT stock? He allocates Microsoft’s capital in an effective manner. That’s his most important task as CEO. Everything else is secondary.  More