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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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  • Board member Sarah Friar: Walmart will be a great company for the next 100 years
    Yahoo Finance3 hours ago

    Board member Sarah Friar: Walmart will be a great company for the next 100 years

    Walmart board member and Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar believes the conglomerate is "willing to take big risks."

  • NVIDIA may have unwittingly leaked Unity ray-tracing support
    Engadget4 hours ago

    NVIDIA may have unwittingly leaked Unity ray-tracing support

    NVIDIA launched the era of ray tracing about 5 months ago with the release ofthe RTX 2080 Ti GPU, but so far, it hasn't gone over well -- there's just onegame that supports it

  • NVIDIA Stock Rose 1.82% on February 15
    Market Realist17 minutes ago

    NVIDIA Stock Rose 1.82% on February 15

    Why Did NVIDIA Stock Rise despite Its Weakness in Q4?NVIDIA stock rose on February 15 NVIDIA (NVDA) stock rose 1.82% on February 15 and closed at $157.34 after the semiconductor giant reported upbeat fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter earnings results. The

  • Market Realist42 minutes ago

    PayPal’s Indian Business Looks Unstoppable

    A Peek at PayPal’s International Operations(Continued from Prior Part)PayPal’s Indian revenue increased 12 times Whereas PayPal (PYPL) operates in more than 200 countries, the company doesn’t release its revenue metrics for each country.

  • US-China Talks Set in Washington: ETFs in Focus
    Zacks1 hour ago

    US-China Talks Set in Washington: ETFs in Focus

    We have highlighted five ETFs that seem to be market movers in the weeks ahead given that the United States and China are set to start fresh talks in Washington today.

  • How Is Apple Stock Faring This Month?
    Market Realist1 hour ago

    How Is Apple Stock Faring This Month?

    Is Apple Fighting a Losing Battle in China?Apple’s first-quarter earningsAmerican tech giant Apple (AAPL) released its fiscal 2019 first-quarter earnings results on January 29. During the company’s first-quarter earnings conference call, its

  • Barrons.com1 hour ago

    PayPal Stock Could Rally on Strong User Growth, Analyst Says

    The company continues to grow its user accounts—and the number of online merchants that accept its payment offerings, BTIG says.

  • Oracle Looks Strong despite Berkshire’s Valentine’s Day Breakup
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    Oracle Looks Strong despite Berkshire’s Valentine’s Day Breakup

    Is Warren Buffett Expecting a Market Crash?(Continued from Prior Part)OracleBerkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) released its fourth-quarter 13F on Thursday, February 14, after the markets closed. The most notable exit for Berkshire was Oracle (ORCL), which

  • What Will Closing Its Malaysia Office Cost PayPal?
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    What Will Closing Its Malaysia Office Cost PayPal?

    A Peek at PayPal’s International OperationsWhy PayPal is closing its Malaysian office PayPal (PYPL) is planning to close its customer support office in Malaysia by the end of this year, a decision the company says is intended to align its

  • Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Amazon’s HQ2 Saga Continues While Capitol Hill Targets Buybacks

    Amazon pulled their HQ2 out of NYC, but shareholders shouldn’t lose sleep over it.

  • Bloomberg2 hours ago

    EOH, Buffeted by an Anonymous Tip, Launches Whistle Blower App

    The app is designed to encourage “the safe, anonymous exposure of wrongdoing, both within EOH and without,” Chief Executive Officer Stephen van Coller said in an email to employees. EOH shares plunged last week after Microsoft ended its association with the South African company. Johannesburg’s TechCentral website reported that a whistle blower’s allegations about a South African government software deal were behind the U.S. software giant’s decision.