NewsWatch: Facebook, Google and Microsoft stocks reach records as Big Tech bounces back


Shares of Facebook Inc., Google parent Alphabet Inc., and Microsoft Corp. closed at record highs Monday, cresting on a wave of strong U.S. job growth last month despite a wave of criticism over their outsize influence on the economy and in the lives of Americans. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.7%. See full story.

Tesla is on fire, but these EV-related stocks could end up just as hot

There are many ways to play the electric-vehicle industry as it grows exponentially. See full story.

The IRS wants to know all about your Bitcoin holdings — and this court summons is a reminder

There’s a problem with under-reporting crypto transactions, the tax collection agency says. See full story.

Gonzaga basketball star Jalen Suggs’s decision to pass on a football scholarship could end up making him millions

Before Suggs was one of the best college basketball players in the country, he was a highly-recruited football player in high school. See full story.

Artificial intelligence has advanced so much, it wrote this article

Natural language processing rivals humans’ skills. See full story.


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