If you understand the core of Apple and Google's DNA, you understand why iOS will demolish Android.
There are too many unanswered questions before Amazon can emerge as a respected phone player.
Major League Baseball is not only less expensive than the NFL, NBA and NHL on average, but it's also a lot more competitive for the price.
From clothing designers such as Betabrand to nonprofits for the hearing impaired, businesses are finding social media isn't working as it used to - now that it also is a business.
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In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Envision Healthcare Holdings Inc was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example Frontier Communications Corp , according to The Online Investor. Market capitalization is an important data point for investors to keep an eye on, for various reasons.
Major U.S. stock indices close higher on Tuesday, eliminating losses that exploded in midday trading.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Tupperware Brands Corp is the #105 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity. To make that list, a stock must have repurchased at least 5% of its outstanding shares over the trailing twelve month period.
International crowdfunding is spreading like wildfire.
Made of luxe, exotic skins, Jason Stalvey's aren't just all made in New York City, but sold out of his New York City apartment.
The One Spark Festival in Jacksonville is a must-attend for crowdfunding fans.
CBS Outdoors had second thoughts about running a marijuana ad for Weedmaps. Neutron Media approved the ad, but CBS lawyers wanted to review it.
One of the world's largest asset managers has joined a growing chorus of critics of legislation proposed by Sens. Tim Johnson (D, SD) and Mike Crapo (R., ID) which is widely seen as President Obama's favorite plan to reform the U.S. housing market by winding down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
We won't likely see rates this low again anytime soon, not with the economy improving, albeit slightly, even as the Fed opts to keep rates low well into 2015.
Judged against restructuring Wall Street peers like Morgan Stanley, Citigroup's strong earnings indicate the bank may be losing ground in Corbat's second year on the job.
The latest report by the UN's scientific advisory panel on climate change says time is limited to keep the Earth's temperature below catastrophic limits.
April 15 is just hours away, but last-minute taxpayers shouldn't panic and wind up making mistakes related to the Affordable Care Act that could haunt them next year.
The government is serious about going after Apple's untaxed offshore cash.
The March jobs report looks pretty good to many economists and analysts, but others continue to argue 192,000 new payrolls looked bad.
Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said he expects the employer mandate to go, but this shouldn't be a surprise as a lack of Democratic and Republican support for it can be traced as far back as Bill Clinton's health care plan.
Adjust your withholding and you, not the government, gets to use your money. But what if you get a refund anyway?
That's what professional money managers are feeling as they try and make sense of the today's market action, Cramer says.
Until these overpriced stocks come down enough to attract acquirers, I think they'll cause real problems for the market.
Cramer thinks Consolidated Edison is terrific and likes Starbucks under $70 a share.
Baxter, H&R Block and ADP are juicy breakup stories while Visa and MasterCard show better times ahead for financial stocks.
Both growth and value stocks were able to both rally on the same day, Cramer said.
Psychological issues might be holding us back from cutting the cord. Just like they did with landlines.
Yahoo! reported first-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates, sending shares higher in after-hours trading.
More than 1 million households watched World Wrestling Entertainment's WrestleMania 30 marking it the first time that the wrestling fan-favorite event "eclipsed" that number domestically, WWE said on Tuesday.
Intel beat Wall Street's earnings estimate in its first-quarter results after market close on Tuesday, although the chipmaker's revenue came in just below analysts' forecast.
Yahoo! (YHOO) is gaining in extended trading after beating earnings estimates in its first quarter.
Pay attention to consumer cyclical sector weakness, while it persists a more defensive, cautious outlook is warranted.
Sneaking out to soak up the sun may be tempting, but it could cost you your job if you don't play it smart.
Universities and the NCAA exploit athletes. Why can't the players get a cut?
More savings, more old people, slower growth -- all reasons to keep rates low, the Fed minutes say.
Despite all their stress and anxiety, only a quarter of U.S. workers say they take full advantage of vacation opportunities.