Although oil prices have declined, and many oil-producing companies are in turmoil, there are still energy companies that are doing well, and could be good investments.
Alibaba has entered entertainment, health and the Internet of Things. The question is whether it is biting off more than it can handle.
Regardless of what Tuesday's earnings results reveal for the near term, the stock remains a long-term bet.
The pact may lead to fewer jobs in the U.S.
When Gravity Payments' CEO raised staff wages to $70,000, the company joined McDonald's, Wal-Mart and Target in a wider trend of bumping up employee pay.
Retail sales showed their first monthly gain since November, but that won't push the Federal Reserve to hike rates in June, one economist says.
Low default rates and a slow-moving Federal Reserve will keep high-yield bonds aloft, says Jim Caron, Managing Director in Morgan Stanley Investment Management's Fixed Income team.
Delta and the Machinists union say they are pleased the Justice Department has been asked to investigate.
Many of the country's largest employers have announced wage hikes in the last few months. What impact will the moves have on each company's bottom line?
Cramer's first rule: Diversification is the only way to invest.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about the vulnerable market and the Google antimonopoly case in Europe.
There's always somebody telling you to do exactly the opposite of what you should really be doing, so be sure to do your homework, Cramer advises.
How many times do people react negatively to Wells Fargo's quarter, only to have the stock have a classic 'upon-further-review' status before it takes off again?
It doesn't take a lot of effort to invest one's own money, but you must do your homework, Cramer said,
Private equity firm Permira plans to sell Birds Eye branded frozen foods maker Iglo Foods Group to Nomad Holdings in a deal valued at $2.79 billion.
The move could result in early clearance by the Federal Trade Commission.
The group buys 80% of the famed acrobatic troupe.
Groupon has sealed a deal to offload a stake in Ticket Monster to a consortium of private-equity firms for $360 million.
Leaders at IHS Energy CERAWeek, one of the largest global energy conferences, kicked off this year's gathering Monday with a call to lift the ban on U.S. oil exports.
When Mark Pincus returned to Zynga as CEO, investors panned the stock in fear it would continue to struggle as it did before under his watch. Investors may be wrong.
ARM stock can yield 20% gains, reaching $60 in the next 12 to 18 months.
The company looks to raise its profile in the highly competitive messaging market with changes designed to spark private conversations.
Yahoo! earnings probably won't surprise anyone on Wall Street because the core business is still struggling and shares will likely move more on any updates of its Alibaba spinoff.
IBM is taking steps to fix itself, but the plan to reinvigorate the top line is going to take several quarters, with little progress expected immediately.
Britain goes to the polls May 7 in what amounts to a referendum on an exit from the European Union, and quite conceivably also a breakup of the U.K.
Gannett, Tribune, Scripps and other broadcasters will benefit from what should be a record level of campaign spending. Beware the spike in valuation that results.
Some states are better at spending our tax dollars than others -- and these are just the worst.
We all pay taxes, but some of us are getting more for our money. It depends on what state you live in.
John Sweeney, the executive vice president for retirement and investing strategies at Fidelity Investments, says 37% of all IRA contributions are made just three weeks ahead of the deadline.
The trading panel discussed Big Blue, Chinese equities and Lions Gate Entertainment.
The group buys 80% of the famed acrobatic troupe.
The CNBC ‘Fast Money Halftime’ traders examine the broader market, discuss the 10-year Treasury yield and highlight important earnings reports for the week.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer non-durables industry higher today.
Under Armour (UA) shares are climbing on a positive analyst note ahead of the release of its first quarter financial results tomorrow morning.
Prologis (PLD) shares are rising after the company announced that it was purchasing KTR Partners for nearly $6 billion.
The NAHB Housing Market Index gained three points to 56 in April, as single-family housing starts rose by 4.4% to 618,000.
CEO Jeff Immelt's goal of increasing the industrials share of GE's earnings to 90% by 2018 represents a strategy of tapping undeveloped and emerging markets for energy and power.
Shares of Zillow fall sharply after the company cuts its 2015 revenue and adjusted-earnings guidance following its protracted merger with Trulia.
Sears and mall operator Simon Property Group formed a joint real estate venture, the companies announced Monday. It sets Sears up to operate a little lighter on its assets.
Christian Hageseth, founder of Green Man Cannabis and author of ‘Big Weed,’ gives a glimpse into the business side of the marijuana world.
Royal Caribbean served up its second straight disappointing earnings outlook for 2015. Despite strong bookings for the summer, investors have abandoned ship.
Public apology one of several conditions before NBC would 'let him back on the air.'
When Netflix reported its first-quarter results, it touted the success of many shows and the anticipation for new ones. But it's being mum on the expensive prestige drama 'Marco Polo.'
Southwest Airlines is considering replacing JPMorgan Chase as the issuer of its credit card rewards program, according to two people familiar with the matter.