The Department of Justice announced on Monday it plans on charging individuals in the Chinese military with hacking U.S. companies, including Alcoa, Westinghouse and U.S. Steel.
Despite an expected dip in profit, analysts are generally optimistic about Urban Outfitters, as it prepares to reports its first-quarter results on Monday.
We're nearing the end of earnings season with 93 percent of companies in the S&P 500 having reported their quarterly results, let's look at our scorecard.
Nordstrom posted better than expected earnings in the latest quarter even though it saw some margin compression, sending shares up almost 9 percent in after-hours trading.
J.C. Penney beat analyst forecasts in its latest quarter as gross margins continued to improve. The stock is up over 18 percent in after-hours trading.
Canadian Solar has given guidance that's in-line with analysts’ estimates of $0.12 a share, which doubles earnings from a year ago. It's also expecting $430 million in revenues.
Cisco surprised the Street with earnings of $0.51 a share, 3 cents higher than estimates. However, revenues of $11.5 billion were lower than last year's $12.2 billion.
The Department of Justice announced that more than 50,000 people from 119 countries have submitted claims related to Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
IBM has reported lower year-over-year sales for 8 quarters in a row, causing many investors to lose patience with the lagging stock. IBM shares are down 6 percent for the past year.
Cisco's shares are down by more than one percent ahead of its quarterly results, leaving investors nervous ahead of its earnings report on Wednesday.