Today's Chart of the Day looks good – it's Apple, up more than 50% at the market's All-Star break.
Based on the early results, Wall St. should be eagerly anticipating the earnings coming before the open today.
eBay and Sotheby's have two things in common: each is a market underperformer over the last 12 months and both have been publicly harangued by activist investors.
Tuesday will be a mega-earnings day, with Goldman Sachs, Yahoo!, Intel Corp. and JP Morgan set to report earnings, among others.
Wal-Mart Stores shares appear to be losing their mojo, despite the stock closing in on all-time highs.
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer has continued her acquisitive streak, tucking in RayV last week to bolster the company's video platform.
LinkedIn might have a monster problems on its hands: Monster Worldwide.
An anticipated divestiture of brands to Imperial Tobacco Group PLC by Reynolds American Inc. has market watchers saying a deal to buy local competitor Lorillard Inc. is in the cards.
It's time for the Citigroup to pay the piper, as regulators set to hit it with a multi-billion dollar tab stemming from how the big bank handled its mortgage practices.
Potbelly may make a tasty sandwich, but the company has done almost nothing but give investors indigestion since its IPO in 2013.