Boeing and 3M increased their dividends, but after taxes the yield on a treasury may still be better, Cuttone's Keith Bliss tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt.
Facebook is rolling out new buttons and video ads this week.
Facebook will begin rolling out video ads, starting with the movie Divergent for a limited number of users. Also, for those that use Messenger, you can now "dislike" as well as "like." TheStreet's Debra Borchardt reports from New York.
Gold is trading slightly higher at midday ahead of Tuesday's Fed meeting. David Williams of Strategic Gold says gold's fundamentals haven't changed, they're just tied to the Fed's QE policy. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt reports from the NYSE.
A Sprint, T-Mobile USA deal could get derailed by the FCC, but with a potential value of over $25 billion, it could be worth the fight for both companies.
Nimble IPO jumped over 50% in its first day of trading. CEO Suresh Vasudevan tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt he believes his young company can compete with the big guys.
FINRA cautions investors about pot stock scams, but fails to name names
SeatGeek sets itself apart from the competition by ranking the value of the tickets they sell and by offering a mobile app. Founder Russell D'Souza tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that the company has raised over $4 million since 2009 and that they are profitable, with more growth on the way.
Aramark's successful IPO will set the company up to pay off debt and grow into areas like schools and hospitals. CEO Eric Foss tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt about the company's plans for growth.
Defensive stocks are selling in the Dow and S&P, but the NASDAQ is higher. Alan Valdes of DME thinks investors are still trading around the taper.