Google shares plunged after the Internet search giant posted first-quarter earnings that missed Wall Street expectations.
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IBM on Wednesday reported lower first-quarter net income and a slide in revenue as a result of a one-time workforce rebalancing charge and a negative currency impact, as well as the usual hardware drag.
In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Polaris Industries Inc. was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example XL Group plc , according to The Online Investor.
In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Axis Capital Holdings Ltd was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example Owens-Illinois, Inc. , according to The Online Investor.
If you're having a kid now, you can look forward to spending $312,200 for a four-year undergraduate degree in 18 years.
Experts say 'surprise' references that go against you after a job intervew are your own fault.
Kinder Morgan (KMI) reports a mixed first quarter, missing earnings estimates but recording double-digit revenue growth.
Energy has some energy in this shaky equity market.
Total has signed a new contract for supplying LNG to China and is also hunting for shale gas as it looks to capitalize on the ever-increasing gas demand in the country.
Energy stocks have quietly been building strength in 2014.
In a sharp decline from last year's consensus, a Chinese investment bank says refined oil demand will rise only 0.3% this year although gasoline sales will continue to climb.
Senior Housing Properties Trust (SNH) is moving lower in extended trading after announcing a proposed public offering of 12 million common shares.
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.
GrubHub said on Wednesday it had settled with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on how the online food delivery service charges its restaurant users. Tips that customers pay will no longer be included in GrubHub's take from restaurants.
W.W. Grainger (GWW) beat analysts first quarter estimates
The saga continues: No stranger to readers of this blog or my Reality Check newsletter, where it has long been red-flagged, Ulta Salon's stock is one of the most confounding among retail stories.Its shares have remained remarkably resilient, even in the recent rout, as CEO Mary Dillon made the rounds with New York analysts this week to discuss the company's makeover. It's not that the company, in the midst of a strategic review, is broadcasting that it is making widespread changes.But in his report earlier this week reiterating his "outperform" on Ulta, after hosting investor meetings with Dillon, analyst Gary Balter said he was impressed with her plans to "reinvest in infrastructure, brand positioning, marketing and customer relationships..."In other words, a costly makeover that even Balter concedes "is on improving results over the next five years, not on the quarter."
The company has positioned itself very poorly for the future of goods consumption.
Using only domestic technology, Air China is the country's first carrier to introduce fast Internet on flights between Chinese cities.
Is 2015 the return of the muscle car? Chevrolet is releasing two new versions of its classic American vehicles: The Corvette Z06 and the Camaro Z28. Here's a look at both vehicles, each set for their debut in 2015.