U.S. stock futures fall as OPEC sticks to production targets; retailers in focus on Black Friday; Uber is suspended in Nevada.
Billionaires joined the chorus of an increasingly nervous Wall Street at the start of the year, but recently, they seem to have taken a more optimistic turn.
Suspending the dividend allows executives more capital for reducing debt, something other drillers may do in future.
Maybe only for the short-term price of oil.
Record onshore gas production makes freezing temperatures a massive issue for oil exploration and production companies -- and for oil prices.
The S&P 500 is on track to end its sixth week of gains.
The pricier items shoppers were buying at Macy's on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday are a sign the U.S. economy is stronger than last year.
The resurgent department store J.C. Penney did well on Thanksgiving and 'feels busier' than last year, one store employee said.
U.S. stocks are higher during the shortened Black Friday session as oil prices plummet.
Shoppers crowded Target on Thanksgiving, buying high-margin items like iPads and Beats by Dre Solo headphones.
The capital-return plan has been a bust for investors.
Alibaba faces challenges and opportunities in its U.S. expansion. But one thing it won't need to change is its business model to land success in the West.
HP's earnings results were as expected, but missed revenue has some analysts wondering if its too focused on the planned split. Here's what analysts said.
We tested one such device and found it offers a terrific amount of computing value.
TheStreet scoured all the offerings by the big-name retailers to come up with the 10 best bargains out there.
Good news should support a rebound in this beaten-down stock.
U.S. stock futures rise; China's central bank cuts interest rates; ECB President Mario Draghi hints the ECB could take more aggressive stimulus measures; Alibaba's bond offering is priced.
Other than plunging oil prices, cruise ships have another thing in their favor: a new market in China.