Coupons.com, the first hot tech company to go public this year, priced at $16, above its planned range and then doubled in price.
Stocks initially moved higher after the nonfarm payroll report but began to take back those gains by midday. Economist Peter Cardillo thinks the Ukraine crisis continues to weigh on the market.
Foot Locker beat analyst estimates by six cents and delivered record sales of $6.5 billion in the fourth quarter. Shares of Nike, whose merchandise is stocked in Foot Locker stores, are higher on the news.
Despite multiple studies of marijuana, Congressman Steve Cohen believes a newer study will allow reluctant legislators to get behind decriminalization of marijuana.
Markets continue to shrug off the Ukraine crisis and move higher. The financial sector is leading the way once again and the broader market usually follows this group.
Getty announced it will free up some 35 million images for non-commercial use in a direct attack on competitor Shutterstock.
Sean Green (his real name) receives the first recreational marijuana producer license in the state of Washington.
Diego Pellicer's plan to be the luxury high end chain of marijuana stores has come under fire from cannabis insiders who want to keep the business small and local.
Congressman Earl Blumenauer says without regulation, kids can buy pot easily, but if it were regulated like alcohol, it would be harder.
While some market watchers have been crying deflation, commodities such as gold, coffee and wheat have been creeping higher.