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Apple Wins the Race to $1 Trillion: Here Are the Key Insights From This Quarter's Earnings Reports

Also, Amazon surpassed analysts' estimates of per-share earnings by 103 percent. Here's everything you should know this quarter.

Even After Its Redesign, Snapchat Is Struggling to Add New Users

Things over at Snap have not been very smooth.

Amazon Is Doing What It Does Best: Making Lots and Lots of Money

From the Echo to Prime to Music, Amazon is raking it in.

Facebook's Earnings Are a Bright Spot After an Otherwise Dismal First Quarter

The Cambridge Analytica scandal arrived too late in the quarter to weaken the tech giant's financial performance or user count.

Are You Leaving Hidden Profits on the Table? Here Are the 4 Areas to Examine.

How much money did you lose last year that you could still be hanging on to?

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