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Shares of Twitter are jumping on Friday after the company reported mixed fourth-quarter results, despite beating top and bottom-line estimates.
Apple is reportedly in talks with TV programmers about developing its own Web TV service.
Many retailers reported sales gains in January, typically their slowest month following the busy holiday selling season.
With President Obama proposing to spend about $38 billion more on defense as part of the fiscal 2016 budget, what's in store for defense investors?
With falling oil prices we've seen slashed capital spending budgets and layoffs from a number of big oil companies -- and the spillover effect has hit rail tank car stocks.
Disney reported quarterly results that blew past Wall Street's expectations after Tuesday's close.
With winter storms like Juno and Linus batting down on the Midwest and Northeast, brave the bitter temperatures by insulating your portfolio with utility stocks.
Microsoft announced it will offer Windows 10, the latest version of its desktop operating system, free to users of the new Raspberry Pi 2 mini-computer later this year.
As Kia returns with a Super Bowl advertisement for the sixth straight year, Kia vice president of marketing Tim Chaney explains what messages the automaker wants to impress upon viewers.