MORGAN STANLEY: Microsoft shares could jump 46% in the next year (MSFT)

MORGAN STANLEY: Microsoft shares could jump 46% in the next year (MSFT)

Microsoft shares could be set for a huge bump, according to Keith Weiss, an analyst at Morgan Stanley. In a note to clients on Monday, Weiss pointed to rising earnings and increased success of the company's cloud services as...

RICHARD GREENFIELD: I am bullish on Twitter and would be shocked if it wasn't bought within two years

Media and tech analyst Richard Greenfield of BTIG came by Business Insider to discuss the future of television, ESPN, Snapchat, and Twitter with executive editor Sara Silverstein. Here he explains why he is one of the few people...

'I'm glad he got shot': Democratic Party official fired after obscene comments on Rep. Steve Scalise

A volunteer co-chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party's technology committee was fired after he made a derogatory reference to House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, who was wounded in a shooting at a congressional baseball...

'He should have done something about it': Trump tries to lay Russia's election-meddling at Obama's feet

President Donald Trump sought to lay blame for Russia's interference in the 2016 US election on former President Barack Obama during a Fox News interview Friday. "Well I just heard today for the first time that Obama...

Clinton on GOP healthcare bill: 'If Republicans pass this bill, they're the death party'

Hillary Clinton voiced her sharpest criticism yet of the Senate Republicans' healthcare bill in a tweet on Friday afternoon in which she said the GOP would be "the death party" if they pass their proposed...

'Her hubby is running a Ponzi scheme': The FBI is probing Paul Manafort's business dealings with his son-in-law

President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, poured millions of dollars into real-estate deals brokered by his son-in-law, Jeff Yohai. Those investments came through shell companies that are now being...