Toll Brothers may be poised to benefit over other homebuilders as the housing market continues to recover.
Apple's CFO Peter Oppenheimer is stepping down from his post, after spending nearly 20 years at the global technology giant.
Forbes issues its annual list of the world's billionaires, and much to no one's surprise tech is well represented. Companies like Microsoft, Oracle, Google, Amazon, Facebook and others make the list, with some of the most well-known executives in the industry topping the list.
Carl Icahn is at it again, attacking eBay's board, most notably Marc Andreessen, as Icahn looks for eBay to spin off PayPal.
As Apple looks to new initiatives to reinvigorate growth, the connected car is the next obvious area. Apple announced that several leading manufacturers are rolling out, CarPlay, Apple's take on the connected car.
Tesla Motors shares dropped sharply in early Monday trading, despite a price target boost from JPMorgan on the Gigafactory announcement.
Everyone and their brother went nuts yesterday (myself included) when Tesla Motors unveiled plans for the Gigafactory. After a good night's sleep, a shower and some thinking, it might be time to take a step back and say, 'wait a minute.'
It's no secret that Nintendo is going through problems, and that's hurting the company, its shareholders, and the House that Mario built. With cries that Nintendo accept the reality it's in and start developing games for mobile devices growing ever louder, it's hard to ignore. Unless you're Nintendo.
Tesla Motors unveiled plans for its multi-billion dollar Gigafactory, and Wall Street is largely positive on the implications for the ambitious project.
Baidu shares surged after the Chinese Internet search giant reported fourth-quarter results that blew past expectations.