The biggest Nasdaq story is not its march to 4,000, but the departure of its CEO heir apparent for a private broker.
Comcast and Charter Communications may move together with Time Warner in play.
The console kings face new competition from Valve Software, which dominates gaming on the PC and is now rolling out its own hardware.
A venture-capital bubble is surrounding this streaming music service.
J.C. Penney needs a little Christmas, right this very minute.
Fake clouds based on Oracle hardware are combining with Amazon.com's public cloud to kill the corporate data center.
Black Friday has already started. Malls will be open Thanksgiving evening. Mission accomplished, Wal-Mart?
Maria Bartiromo's move highlights where the real investment news action is. It's online.
Apple continues to rake in profits while losing market share, as Samsung does to it what Microsoft did to it 20 years ago.
Anyone who thinks a government takeover would've 'fixed' America's big banks should look at Lloyd's Banking Group.