U.S. stocks close mixed Wednesday as investors digest earnings from some of the biggest market players including Apple, PepsiCo and Microsoft.
Apple reported a ho-hum third quarter with revenue a touch below estimates while bottom-line growth exceeded expectations.
U.S. stocks moved back into record-making territory on Tuesday as positive earnings overshadowed continued unease in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Netflix just reported its second quarter and judging by trading volatility, all within a tight range, investors aren't quite sure what to make of it.
Netflix has managed to cross the 50-million subscriber threshold for the first time in the history of the company.
U.S. stock markets remain lower but recover from deep losses suffered over the morning session.
Google is hoping to commandeer a technology relic: New York City's payphone booths.
New research shows Gilead Science's drug Sovaldi helps in curing hepatitis C in those who suffer from HIV.
The key theme is whether Netflix can continue to expand and hold its undisputed lead or see growth plateau, making it that little bit easier for competitors to catch up.
Netflix is reporting earnings after the bell Monday and analysts expect it to earn $1.15 a share, more than double what it earned in the same quarter last year.