Consumer sentiment hits the highest level in roughly six years giving stocks momentum to continue moving higher.
Rampant rumors are circulating that Yahoo may be looking to snap up social blogging site, Tumblr. Meanwhile Facebook marks its first anniversary as a publicly traded company. Shares are still off their $38 IPO price.
Dell reported higher than expected revenues, but JC Penney wasn't so lucky, with revenue down 16 percent.
The three major market gauges all posted gains for the week despite a mixed and muted session on Friday following the Q1 GDP report. Jeanne Yurman reports.
A first read on first-quarter GDP came in well below estimates at 2.5%. Stocks yawned in response. Jeanne Yurman reports.
The pace of economic growth in the U.S. quickened from the fourth quarter but still fell short of expectations. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Futures point to a lower open and JCP moves higher after investor George Soros takes a stake in the company. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Ethiopian Airlines is set to become the world's first carrier to resume flights of the aircraft maker's next generation of plane.
Lockheed Martin says the sequester could slow its business and Xerox says it will come up short in Q2. Joya Dass looks at today's headlines.
Testing of new batteries has begun on several 787 Dreamliners, which may fly as soon as next week. Joya Dass details the morning's top news.