At around $26 per share, GE is one of the few conglomerate bargains that are left. And CEO Immelt should be left alone to continue what he's started.
Using only domestic technology, Air China is the country's first carrier to introduce fast Internet on flights between Chinese cities.
A Twitter mistake went viral, another sign that it's a new era in corporate communications, sometimes with embarrassing consequences.
Boeing 747s with tight seating enabled People Express to offer low-cost New York-London servide in the 1980s. Boeing 787s with tight seating could do the same for Norwegian Air.
U.S. stock futures are flat and global stocks decline; JPMorgan and Wells Fargo to report earnings on Friday; Boeing moves jobs to Southern California; Google Glass on sale for a day.
Package Concierge believes it has the solution to the growing problem of urban package deliveries.
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.
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?
By controlling its wool directly, Duckworth can remove the volatility of raw material costs - then make its apparel close by.
Easter weekend may seem like an ideal time to get away if you have Friday off, but there are a whole lot of holiday-celebrating families poking holes in that theory.
China's Weibo messaging service, which went public this week, drives traffic with hot, but not too hot, online discussions.
Apple may introduce new products in 2014, but so far, investors are maintaining their distance.
It's one thing to deliver books, magazines and movies on a Kindle Fire HDX, but it's quite another thing to be the sacred holder of the customer's personal life.
Weibo, often referred to as the Chinese version of Twitter TWTR, will begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market after the company priced its initial public offering at the low end of its expected range.
Companies that are inventing incredibly important drugs go down almost every day.
Snap-on is an innovative tech company, ConEd is a keeper and KeyCorp is a buy.
Cramer says it's time to buy BlackRock and move on from Hologic.
Unlike traders, investors look at the big picture and focus on longer-term decision making, Cramer says.
Cramer doesn't like Gigamon and Southwest Airlines but he's buying Pharmacyclics.
Kurt Cobain wasn't on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame stage because he took heroin for his stomach pain and killed himself. Courtney Love still has nothing to do with that.
More than nine out of 10 of us say there should be no or low fees on bank checking accounts, but only 44% of actually have fee-free checking.
Record Store Day brings out the buyers in droves, but it's just another day of selling vinyl for Memphis, Boston, Austin, Portland and Baltimore.
Institutional buyers need somewhere to go after burning through available inventory in the first wave of distressed markets.
Though it's easy to be bullish on this shareholder-friendly energy giant, some analysts are reducing estimates and predicting its shares may cool down before heading higher.
Talisman Energy is selling non-core assets and investing heavily in Colombia and Southeast Asia, as it targets double-digit liquids volume growth.
Platform Specialty Products, a specialty chemical company that was born from a special purpose acquisition vehicle founded by Jarden chairman Martin Franklin, said on Thursday it will buy Chemtura AgroSolutions from Chemtura for $1 billion in cash and stock.
General Electric (GE) stock is moving higher on Thursday despite reporting a mixed quarter.
Kinder Morgan (KMI) reports a mixed first quarter, missing earnings estimates but recording double-digit revenue growth.
Such tactics keep the economy in slow gear and make worse the very people President Obama professes to help.
Mattel struggles to make Barbie cool with young girls, one reason the company's stock has fallen over 20% this year.
Experts say 'surprise' references that go against you after a job intervew are your own fault.
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.