Even though Yahoo! has announced plans to spin off its Alibaba stake, CEO Marissa Mayer will continue to face pressure from activist investor Starboard. Here's what she's likely to do.
Media companies are back to spending at the Sundance Film Festival, eager to acquire content that plays well in theaters and especially on digital platforms.
Cruise line stocks are hot, and their outlook for 2015 continues to be bright.
Just listening to an earnings call can give you an edge on the crowd.
Money isn't the only factor considered when ranking the best jobs for 2015, according to a new report by Glassdoor.
News that Wet Seal filed for Chapter 11 has left market experts nervously wondering who might be next to fall in the teen retail sector.
More CEOs are getting fired. What does this mean for business?
After spending billions on Zellers locations, department store will shutter all Canadian stores.
A look at community colleges reveals much is lacking.
Cramer says M&T Bank is terrific and McDonald's is worth holding.
Cramer says Skyworks is on fire and Apple is the stock you own and don't trade.
Stocks have struggled to find their footing but Cramer is taking a longer-term view.
Cramer trusts First Horizon National over State Street and wonders if Achillion Pharmaceuticals is worth the speculation.
Cramer is a big fan of Kroger and Southwest Airlines and thinks Boeing shares are priced to buy.
The large integrated companies were once insulated from price swings, but that advantage has dissipated.
New CEO Greg Hayes is taking a hard look at the conglomerate's businesses and sees "no sacred cows."
Stocks open higher on Thursday after weekly initial jobless claims hit their lowest level since April 2000.
The company has parted ways with Don Thompson and it wasn't because of supplier mishaps or upset franchisees.
The Commissioner's comments in a video interview with The Deal could herald a tougher approach to the fast-consolidating sector.
Wall Street sentiment has been shying away from Google. Here's what analysts are expecting for Google's latest quarterly earnings.
Alibaba reported its third-quarter earnings this morning, and its stocks dropped more than 7%. Here are the three biggest takeaways from its earnings report.
In the fourth quarter, Facebook met or exceeded nearly every goal set by analysts, but its runaway spending soured Wall Street's mood.
Electronic Arts issued a weak fourth-quarter forecast but analysts remain bullish on the company's growth potential in its next fiscal year. Apple also soared following its earnings release.
Is this just calm before a "Grexit" storm?
If Greece’s left-leaning political party, Syriza, wins elections, it could create a rocky few months for investors.
President Obama's dividend taxation plan is a bad idea: here are five reasons why.
Many citizens wait until April to file their taxes, but doing so earlier in the year will get taxpayers their refund back the soonest.
U.S. stock futures sink as Greek elections loom, oil drops 50% since June, and the second-to-last trading day of 2014 begins today.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lululemon Athletica (LULU) as a pre-market leader candidate
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Under Armour (UA) was upgraded to 'outperform' from 'market perform' at Telsey Advisory.
Caterpillar CAT plunged more than 7% after forecast sales to decline in 2015, as a result of the "dramatic decline in the price of oil." Here's what analysts said.
Big banks including Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo are ceding mortgage market share allowing nonbank lenders such as Freedom Mortgage and Quicken Loans to move in.
U.S. stock futures are lower following elections victories by Greece's anti-austerity party; Microsoft and TI to report earnings on Monday; RockTenn and MeadWestvaco agree to merge.
Zillow surges on talk that regulators are poised to approve its merger with rival Trulia, while Pandora pushes ahead after an analyst initiates coverage with $20 price target.
Zillow (Z) shares are up double digits following reports that the company's merger with Trulia is close to being approved by the FTC.
Just five companies have accounted for 35% of all Super Bowl commercials within the past five years. Chances are, you're familiar with their best work.
Chinese consumers, rather than spending freely with their growing wealth, are actually being cautious about purchases.