According to media reports, the crowds waiting for the iPhone 6, which went on sale Friday, are breaking records all over the world.
Oracle's flamboyant founder Larry Ellison steps down as CEO, but his shadow still looms large in his new role at the enterprise software company.
JetBlue CEO Dave Barger agrees to step down because Wall Street wants JetBlue to be just like the legacy carriers - who all had recent bankruptcies.
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U.S. stock indices mostly end higher on Friday, with the Dow finishing at a record.
Here are 10 companies that have voiced their displeasure with the NFL.
U.S. stock markets pulled back from record highs in afternoon trades after Alibaba debuted at $92.70 a share.
Treasury yields are rising, and so are bank profit expectations, but investors may be ahead of fundamentals.
U.S. stock futures are mixed; a rates announcement from the Federal Reserve is expected Wednesday afternoon; Trian launches campaign to break up DuPont; Endo makes bid for Auxilium.
A bear market and big correction are worrisome, but new survey results find a strong sense of optimism beneath a layer of caution.
Mutual fund investors need to watch out for an unexpected, and in some respects undeserved, tax bill.
Rackspace shares plunged after the company announced it ended its formal review process and would remain an independent company, removing speculation the company would be sold.
Of all the things Congress and President Obama might do to hurt the stock market, closing tax loopholes on corporate tax 'inversion' mergers isn't one of them.
The jobs report set aside fears that the Fed will have to raise rates sooner than anticipated.
Ahead of the jobs report, the debate intensifies if the Fed is focusing too much on the labor market and not enough on inflation.
Cramer is putting Alibaba behind him and is focusing on individual corporate earnings next week.
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Cramer is disappointed by Rite Aid but says you should invest in Darden right now.
Cramer prefers Deere & Co. over Potash, thinks DSW is a natural to be acquired and says to sell, sell, sell El Pollo Loco.
Cramer refutes the top 10 concerns about this initial public offering that has fascinated investors.
Experts agree that the financial penalty of waiting to purchase your plane tickets could be huge.
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma made a cool $860 million on Friday when Alibaba shares began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
With founder and CEO Jack Ma in the house, the excitement around the start of trading for Alibaba was palpable Friday at the New York Stock Exchange.
ChinaNet Online (CNET) shares jumped after the company mentioned that it was in 'discussions' with Alibaba in a press release.
Let's debunk these one by one.
The fact that the central bank will keep interest rates low for a 'considerable time' means that investors will be in a favorable market environment well into 2015.
The percentage of temporary workers in the U.S. labor force rises to a record high as full-time work gets scarce and companies streamline.
Terrorism feeds on systemic flaws in the global economy.
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We all lived through August, and know job creation didn't just tank by 30%