You might be surprised by more than a few of the investment maneuvers made by billionaires Warren Buffett, George Soros, David Tepper and others in the first quarter.
U.S. stock futures are flat to slightly positive as investors wait to hear Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speak Friday afternoon.
The following Marvell Technology Group (MRVL) conference call took place on May 21, 2015, 04:45 PM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Patterson Companies (PDCO) conference call took place on May 21, 2015, 10:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Expected to report are Ann, Foot Locker, Hibbett Sports, Campbell Soup and Deere.
Alfa will increase its holding in Pacific Rubiales to 50%, leaving Harbour Energy to purchase the remaining half.
The juicy profits that global automakers have been posting in China are growing less juicy and harder won. GM, Ford, BMW and Volkswagen are all facing slower sales.
Road trip drivers have vastly different needs, which is why everything from a two-seater convertible to a minivan makes this list.
Dutch maker of high-class roadsters and racing vehicles Spyker gets creditors to agree to a close haircut.
Publicly traded REITs have been flat this year, but don't let that fool you: "Commercial real estate is extremely strong right now," says Inland Investment CEO Mitchell Sabshon.
W.P. Carey (WPC) shares are falling despite the company beating analysts' earnings and revenue expectations.
Sovran Self Storage (SSS) shares are rising after analysts at UBS upgraded the stock to 'buy' from 'neutral' on valuation.
The timeshare company's CEO Stephen Weisz is optimistic about his company's future after a 9% increase in its first quarter.
Zillow sinks after it misses expectation on its first quarter revenue, while FireEye spikes on talk that the company is a target of a takeover.
There are plenty of U.S. companies that make good long-term investments, despite macro uncertainty. Here are Morgan Stanley's top picks for the health care and pharmaceuticals sector.
Zeta Interactive CEO David Steinberg says his company offers a full range of services in the big data, analytics space and he'll be an interested spectator to Salesforce's fate.
Keri Gohman, head of small business banking at Capital One, says small business confidence hit its highest point since the Great Recession, while marketing results are still hampering owners.
A huge FinTech event, Finovate, takes place this week in California. While more about startups than larger public companies like LendingClub, it will offer insights into trends impacting banks.
On Friday, Ireland will hold the world's first constitutional referendum on legalizing same-sex marriage. Whatever the result, it will speak to some deeper questions about views in the island nation.
Consider this tax-efficient alternative to a long-recommended retirement withdrawal strategy.
Uncle Sam generally wants a quarter of your lottery, casino, sweepstakes or even keno winnings over a certain amount. But there are ways to reduce the hurt.
Thursday's contentious general elections in the U.K. remain too close to call, but in the end, both of the U.K.'s leading parties have something to lose.
During a lengthy interview with CNBC, billionaires Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger and Bill Gates also discussed oil prices, interest rates and criticism of fast-food chain McDonald's.
If there's one angle Tiger Global Management knows how to play, it's technology -- perhaps especially in China.
Online video-streaming company Hulu could be in play -- again, following a new agreement to be carried by AT&T's mobile apps. Where does the company fit in the streaming sector?
AT&T advances as the telecom behemoth unveiled plans to expand its footprint to Mexico. T-Mobile soars after its major investor indicates a willingness to merge with a partner.
Summit Research and Needham & Co. lowered their ratings after NetApp said it will reduce its workforce by roughly 500 employees. J.P. Morgan cited weak revenue.
Qualcomm climbs higher after announcing a stock buyback, while NetApp plunges by double digits on an earnings miss and downgrade.
Cramer says you hold Alcoa for the long term while Hershey is played out.
Snap judgments on certain stocks can cost you.
Cramer says don't bet against Shake Shack and buy FireEye because every company needs cyber security.
Making money involves tedious homework, not assumptions based on headlines alone, Cramer says.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says the American farm is in dire straits, and that doesn't bode well for Deere, which reports earnings Friday. Meanwhile, Campbell needs more organic foods.
Apple's iPhone sales won't be slowing down anytime soon. Here's what analysts have to say about Apple as a company and a stock.
Pharmaceuticals can be good investments. The companies are protected by patents for drugs they are developing.
Southwest Airlines stock takes a beating, as do all airline stocks. But a chart of the stock says a recovery could be on the horizon.