The always-connected consumer is perpetually in a shopping state of mind, but the great unknown is whether she is ready to transfer impulse buying tendencies to social networks.
The following Yahoo (YHOO) conference call took place on October 21, 2014, 05:00 PM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Illinois Tool Works (ITW) conference call took place on October 21, 2014, 10:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Pentair (PNR) conference call took place on October 21, 2014, 09:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Reynolds American (RAI) conference call took place on October 21, 2014, 09:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following McDonald's (MCD) conference call took place on October 21, 2014, 11:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The Pentagon supplier has come up with what could be a game-changing energy technolgy that fits on the back of a truck, with direct implications for military use.
Waiting for a lower price on a stock trading near its 52-week low is a strategy that could backfire.
Canaccord Genuity lowers its price target for B/E Aerospace (BEAV) to $93 from $98 with a 'hold' rating.
Delta is widely seen as the leading U.S. airline, yet some Wall Street analysts have decided it is adding too much capacity, breaking the mold of 'capacity discipline.'
If worries about Ebola continue to spread, more U.S. consumers may decide to skip the mall altogether and do more of their holiday shopping online this year.
Shares of HCP (HCP) are down in afternoon trading Tuesday after Jefferies downgraded the company to 'hold' from 'buy.'
Activity in the U.S. housing market hit a one-year high, bolstering U.S. stocks and outweighing a trend of third-quarter earnings shortfalls among Dow giants.
Real estate partnerships have a new way to resolve disputes: Owners have the option to sell an entire asset or list some of the building's equity in an IPO.
Millennials finally are moving out of their parents' homes -- but not into their own. Here are the ugly stats.
Fairholme Funds is appealing a recent court decision that dismissed its lawsuit against the U.S. government over claims to the profits of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Cramer says the 10 things needed for a sustainable stock recovery have been checked off his list.
Big oil should start buying smaller oil.
Cramer thinks RR Donnelley is a good investment, Fiat is doing quite well and prefers Skyworks Solutions over Sierra Wireless.
Cramer says Apple is a perennial innovator and Panera Bread is poised to rake in the dough through its turnaround program.
Relevance matters in technology, Cramer says, and, unlike Apple, IBM is no longer important.
Shares of Amazon.com (AMZN) closed up on Tuesday after the company's EBITDA and adjusted EPS estimates were increased at Oppenheimer.
Shares of SAP (SAP) closed higher on Tuesday after JMP Securities maintained its 'market perform' rating for the company.
Yahoo! shares surged 3% after the company posted third-quarter earnings that were sharply better than expected, led by a gain related to the stake it sold in Alibaba BABA.
U.S. stocks surged on stronger-than-expected housing activity and a moderating of volatility after sharp moves in bond, commodity and currency markets roiled equities in the first two weeks of volatility.
Himax Technologies takes a steep dive after an analyst report warns of potential weakness in the Taiwanese smartphone display maker's fourth quarter. Texas Instruments rises on forecast.
Sixty days after Secretary Lew sought tax reform legislation to curtail corporate merger inversions, he enlisted Obama's help to develop a policy proposal on the matter.
The longer you wait to take your Social Security benefits at your full retirement age, the more money you'll get every month.
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 real problem in the market has bupkus to do with global growth. It has everything to do with the Federal Reserve.
Higher oil prices are necessary to keep domestic oil production flowing. Companies are playing a game of chicken, hoping they won't have to cut back jobs.
Workers paid with these cards need to watch for fees, which can be steep.
Hedge funds would have a case of Schadenfreude if the Fed raised rates. Here's why they would profit while a new recession would start.
The economy added 248,000 jobs in September, with growth particularly in middle-wage jobs that were missing earlier in the recovery. Here's where they can be found.