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This list will track the publicly traded companies that are making bets, big and small, on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ether. Yahoo Finance will update this list as new companies enter the crypto space.

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  • Lawyer: Google's new sexual harassment policy is a 'bait-and-switch'
    Yahoo Finance2 hours ago

    Lawyer: Google's new sexual harassment policy is a 'bait-and-switch'

    Facing pressure over high-profile allegations of sexual harassment, Google recently changed its policy of forcing those claims into arbitration. But this isn't all good news for employees.

  • Alphabet’s Verily Unit Getting a Stake in Dexcom
    Market Realist24 minutes ago

    Alphabet’s Verily Unit Getting a Stake in Dexcom

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) little-known Verily subsidiary has revised its agreement with DexCom (DXCM) to allow it to become a shareholder of the CGM (continuous glucose monitoring) system maker. DexCom makes CGM systems for diabetes management. The revised agreement is set to have Verily owning a $525 million equity stake in DexCom.

  • Goldman's top cybersecurity official says he spends too much time talking to regulators
    CNBC29 minutes ago

    Goldman's top cybersecurity official says he spends too much time talking to regulators

    Too many different local, state, national and international cybersecurity regulations are hampering corporations' ability to deal with cyberattacks, said Goldman Sachs' chief information security officer Tuesday. "What's frustrating for me is how much of my time, my team's time and my resources are spent on having to answer a never-ending stream of regulator requests," Ozment said.

  • Broadcom Impressed Investors with Upbeat Q4 Results
    Market Realist29 minutes ago

    Broadcom Impressed Investors with Upbeat Q4 Results

    On December 6, Broadcom (AVGO) released upbeat results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018, which ended on November 4. Broadcom’s solid results pushed its stock up 5.17% in after-hours trading on the day driven by impressive results and strong guidance. The stock was up 0.58% to $228.56 on December 7.

  • A bug left your Microsoft account wide open to complete takeover
    Mashable Tech1 hour ago

    A bug left your Microsoft account wide open to complete takeover

    Bug bounty hunter Sahad Nk recently uncovered a series of vulnerabilities that left Microsoft users’ accounts — from your Office documents to your Outlook emails — susceptible to hacking. While working as a security researcher with cybersecurity site SafetyDetective, Nk discovered that he was able to take over the Microsoft subdomain, http://success.office.com, because it wasn’t properly configured. This allowed the bug hunter to set up an Azure web app that pointed to the domain’s CNAME record, which maps domain aliases and subdomains to the main domain. By doing this, Nk not only takes control of the subdomain, but also receives any and all data sent to it. This is where the second major vulnerability comes into play.  SEE ALSO: Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons showcase the future of the software suite Microsoft Office, Outlook, Store, and Sway apps send authenticated login tokens to the http://success.office.com subdomain. When a user logs in to Microsoft Live, login.live.com, the login token would leak over to the server controlled by Nk. He would then just have to send over an email to the user asking them to click a link, which would provide Nk with a valid session token — a way to log in to the user’s account without even needing their username or password. And, because Nk has access on Microsoft’s side, that link would come in the form of a login.live.com URL, bypassing phishing detection and even the savviest of internet users. According to SafetyDetective, the issues were reported to Microsoft in June. They were fixed just last month, in November.  WATCH: How to concoct (and remember!) an insanely secure password — Clarification Please

  • Sleepless Nights for U.S. Gas Traders as Volatility Surges
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Sleepless Nights for U.S. Gas Traders as Volatility Surges

    With U.S. liquefied natural gas exports set to surge by almost 80 percent in 2019, traders in America face a new reality: expansion exhaustion. As more and more international players participate in U.S. gas markets, the price of market security is eternal vigilance. John Kilduff, a New York-based hedge-fund manager, has learned that you can’t rest on the increasingly volatile U.S. Henry Hub gas market.

  • Zacks2 hours ago

    Seagate & Tape Ark Tie-Up to Shift Tape-Bound Data to Cloud

    Seagate (STX) partners Tape Ark with an aim to shift legacy tape-restricted data into leading cloud platforms to solve inaccessibility and data loss.

  • Is CME Group (CME) Outperforming Other Finance Stocks This Year?
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Is CME Group (CME) Outperforming Other Finance Stocks This Year?

    Is (CME) Outperforming Other Finance Stocks This Year?

  • How NVIDIA Stock Performed on December 7
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    How NVIDIA Stock Performed on December 7

    Shares of semiconductor (SMH) company NVIDIA (NVDA) fell 6.8% on December 7 to close trading at $147.61. NVIDIA has generated returns of -9.7% this month and -47% since the start of October. Its recent pullback has led to a 23.5% fall in its stock in 2018.

  • Do Options Traders Know Something About Square (SQ) Stock We Don't?
    Zacks3 hours ago

    Do Options Traders Know Something About Square (SQ) Stock We Don't?

    Investors need to pay close attention to Square (SQ) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.

  • Investors should be furious: 3 blue-chip stock buybacks that went horribly wrong
    CNBC3 hours ago

    Investors should be furious: 3 blue-chip stock buybacks that went horribly wrong

    With many stocks in bear market territory, it is clear that corporate treasurers are as bad as everyone else is when it comes to market timing. Much of the cash spent on stock buybacks in recent years has done little to prepare companies for a more difficult future.

  • Why Did Qualcomm Fall 7.4% in November?
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Why Did Qualcomm Fall 7.4% in November?

    Qualcomm’s (QCOM) stock price has been under pressure in 2018. All of the semiconductor companies have felt pressure amid US-China trade war concerns and global uncertainty. Qualcomm’s stock price has declined almost 9% in the past year as of December 4. Qualcomm stock fell ~7.4% in November amid global pressure and a major sell-off in the tech sector in October.

  • Market Realist4 hours ago

    Why Tech Data CEO Believes the Hybrid Cloud Is the Future

    On November 29, Tech Data (TDC) announced its third-quarter earnings. The strong earnings growth and outlook resulted in Tech Data’s stock gaining by around 20% the day earnings were announced. In an interview with CNBC’s Jim Cramer on December 10, Tech Data CEO Rich Hume said, “Hybrid cloud is clearly the mode of the future.” Why did he say that?

  • Citi And Morgan Stanley Cut Apple’s 12-Month Target Price
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Citi And Morgan Stanley Cut Apple’s 12-Month Target Price

    Currently, Apple (AAPL) shares are trading at $169.60. The stock is trading 27% below its 52-week high of $233.47. The shares have declined close to 25% since the beginning of October, which indicates a return of 1.7% since the beginning of 2018.

  • Square Continues Its Downward Slide in December
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Square Continues Its Downward Slide in December

    Shares of payment company Square (SQ) fell 7.5% on December 7 to close trading at $60.78. Square stock has generated returns of -13% this month and -39% since the start of October.

  • Advanced Micro Devices Slumped 8.6% on December 7
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Advanced Micro Devices Slumped 8.6% on December 7

    The tech sector saw another day of market correction on December 7. The Technology Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLK) fell 3.5%, while the VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF (SMH) fell 3.8% on the day.

  • Barrons.com4 hours ago

    Where Warren Buffett and Silicon Valley Billionaires Agree

    Jonathan Tepper and Denise Hearn argue in their new book, The Myth of Capitalism , that investors Warren Buffett and Peter Thiel hate competition and love monopolies.

  • Zacks5 hours ago

    Evercore On Track to Grow Investment Banking, Costs Rise

    Evercore's (EVR) strong balance sheet position and strong fundamentals are key positives. However, rising expenses deter its bottom-line growth.

  • Barrons.com5 hours ago

    4 Stocks Not Named Amazon or Microsoft That Could Be Cloud Winners

    The cloud is ever-changing, and sorting out the winners and losers in the cloud can be like, well, predicting the weather.

  • Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Chicago Mercantile Exchange
    Zacks7 hours ago

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Chicago Mercantile Exchange

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Chicago Mercantile Exchange

  • Morgan Stanley Clients Push Back on its Emerging-Market Call
    Bloomberg8 hours ago

    Morgan Stanley Clients Push Back on its Emerging-Market Call

    “Chief among concerns is the global growth outlook and EM’s ability to withstand a downturn. After tumbling for much of 2018, emerging markets have had a better time this quarter, helped in part by a shifting outlook for the Federal Reserve. As the Fed itself gets more explicit in tilting away from tightening, “we’d expect EM to benefit,” the Morgan Stanley strategists wrote.

  • Zacks3 hours ago

    Tech Helps Stocks Make a Huge Turnaround

    Tech Helps Stocks Make a Huge Turnaround

  • The Wall Street Journal17 hours ago

    [$$] General Catalyst Deal Provokes Questions Over Incentives

    Would such a deal be fair to the LPs? Was it a recognition that a venture firm can be seen as an institution, a fee-generating asset manager with a significantly valuable brand, rather than a collection of individuals practicing a unique type of craft? Goldman Sachs’s Petershill unit, Neuberger Berman Group’s Dyal Capital Partners and Blackstone Group LP are some of the firms that have used their money to invest in private-equity firm stakes, and some likely are eyeing venture capital as well, especially as VC funds grow ever larger.