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US tech giants report quarterly earnings | Money Talks

The world's biggest tech companies have opened their financial books for the year. From Amazon and Apple to Facebook and Alphabet, the industry's giants have reported their quarterly earnings, with results ranging from big gains to big losses, as Kerry Alexandra reports. We are joined by Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners in New York, and TRT World Editor-at-Large Craig Copetas in Paris.

Apple lowers revenue expectations for 2018 | Money Talks

Apple lowers revenue expectations for 2018 | Money Talks

Apple earnings surprise, Snap disappoints | Money Talks

Apple earnings surprise, Snap disappoints | Money Talks

Facebook was the star of the tech earnings season | Money Talks

Facebook was the star of the tech earnings season | Money Talks

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Money Talks: The future of jobs at risk of automation

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