Trulia has been a pretty hot property since its IPO in 2012, gaining more than 130 percent on public markets.
Amazon shares are down after a disappointing quarter for Jeff Bezos, and Visa posted a big beat, leading its shares up as we head into the open today.
On a massive earnings day, Ford topped estimates on the earnings side, but disappointed on its revenue.
Facebook's Wednesday earnings report blew away predictions, with monthly average users and daily average users each growing double digits year over year.
The partnership of Tim Cook and IBM could spell trouble for Blackberry, today's Chart of the Day.
Today, TheStreet is flying high in the friendly aerospace skies with a slew of earnings coming out before the bell, among them, General Dynamics, Boeing, and Delta.
Elliott Management says EMC Corp. has gone square, and it's time to split off one of its key assets, VMWare.
Holy guacamole! Chipotle crushes estimates and lifts same-store sales by a whopping 17%, showing that consumers are still willing to pay up for a burrito.
Rupert Murdoch's got the biggest eyes at the table, and 2014 is turning into an M&A feast.
On a string of beats and gains of nearly 25 percent over the last 12 months, market watchers are keeping an eye on Morgan Stanley shares this morning.