CrowdStrike stock retreats following coronavirus-fueled earnings beat

2020-09-02

  MARKETWATCH PHOTO ILLUSTRATION/ISTOCKPHOTO|, CROWDSTRIKE CrowdStrike Holdings Inc.  shares retreated from 2020’s meteoric rise in the extended session Wednesday after the cloud-based cybersecurity company topped Wall Street estimates, with more businesses seeking to protect their systems as employees work from home. On a conference call, CrowdStrike CRWD, -1.12% co-founder andRead More →

Backlash grows against sale of domain names company

2019-11-28

The Netherlands chapter of The Internet Society has hit out against the sale of the .org domain to private equity firm Ethos Capital, over concerns that it will lead to censorship and increased prices. Earlier this month, The Internet Society (ISOC) – a U.S. non-profit which oversees internet standards –Read More →

My wife and I have bailed out our son with his mortgage and car payments, and set up 529s for his kids — yet we have the daughter-in-law from hell

2019-11-05

Dear Moneyist, My wife and I have two sons, both close to 50, both married, only one with children. We are hard-working and have been financially conservative throughout our marriage, and have managed to save approximately $1.25 million in liquid assets and another $1 million in real-estate equity, though (whoRead More →

PC gaming is in a decline — and deserves to be

2019-07-03

The modern gaming industry is a behemoth that generated an estimated $135 billion in revenue last year (according to TechJury), with a gaming community of more than 2.5 billion people from all over the world. It wasn’t always mainstream, though — the industry started as a niche market that targetedRead More →