Mother nature isn't giving anyone a break on one of the busiest travel days of the year, as a storm slams the east coast, bringing headaches for travelers.
Say it in any language, the day after Thanksgiving is now a huge shopping day all over the world with ecommerce delivering the goods from the Internet highway.
Home prices are still rising but at a slower pace, largely due to the growing supply in the market.
Black Friday is the largest shopping day of the year in the U.S., but it's also a major shopping day overseas, even though Thanksgiving is an American holiday.
Home prices continue to soften according to the latest reading from the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price index, which measures prices in 20 metropolitan cities.
No company is worth more than Apple. With a market cap of $700 billion, some economically powerful, industrialized countries don't even equate to Apple's worth.
Americans seems to be getting bored with exchanging holiday gifts. This year, it's all about offering an 'experience.'
On Tuesday, November 25, analysts expect earnings reports from Tiffany & Co. (TIF) and Campbell Soup Company (CPB), as well as the second reading on GDP for third quarter.
Consumer spending on experiences, including traveling and dining, is taking the spotlight this holiday season.
Shares of GameStop plunged on Friday after a disappointing earnings report on Thursday, making it TheStreet's move of the day.