U.S. stock futures are popping after government jobs data for February jumps more than expected.
U.S. stock futures are extending earlier gains Thursday as investors cheer a decline in weekly initial jobless claims.
U.S. markets ended little changed Wednesday as investors digest disappointing U.S. services sector and private-payrolls reports.
Salesforce remains well-shielded from the competition in the sales cloud; but the marketing cloud is a new and more unpredictable area for the cloud computing giant where surprises could crop up.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a market rebound as investors focus on subsiding tensions in Ukraine.
U.S. stock futures are paring losses slightly Monday as stronger-than-expected U.S. manufacturing and consumer spending reports help inject some confidence into a generally risk-averse global market environment.
U.S. stock futures are signaling a lower start for the final session of trading in February as investors process the sharp gains of the prior session and a weaker reading on U.S. growth.
Salesforce.com shares slipped in after-hours trading as the company reported fourth-quarter results, and announced CFO Graham Smith is retiring.
Red Hat has found itself to be in a position to release the floodgates of new revenue generation.
Stock futures are paring losses Thursday as January durable goods data fall less than expected and a longer-term indicator on joblessness appears to have neither risen nor fallen.