Today's Business News and Opinion
CLSA analyst Mike Mayo has mounted a public campaign urging Comerica to pursue strategies from a board shakeup to management changes or a sale of the entire bank.
The consumer products giant's move into faster-growing health and wellness products continues to pay dividends.
Scotts Miracle-Gro CEO Jim Hagedorn sees an economy going into the green.
The acquisition would bring together two of the largest providers of data and services to the pharmaceuticals industry.
Twitter shares hit a new all-time low of $13.90 on Tuesday, but CEO Jack Dorsey keeps pushing ahead.
Donald Trump's plan to build a wall at the southern U.S. border and make Mexico pay for it would cause some collateral damage, including to cash transfer company Western Union.
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The burgeoning marijuana industry is ramping up its efforts to attract both institutional and typical investors by attempting to list on the Nasdaq and through crowdsourcing.
Analysts believe this spinoff is likely beneficial for Biogen’s shareholders and the new company, but are less optimistic about the implications for Biogen itself.
The 2016 presidential election is cementing the fears of small business owners, according to a new survey from Bank of America.
Stocks remain under pressure, though off lows, as investors show concern over the health of the global economy.
Although Pfizer is a bit extended now, more upside is likely ahead.
Despite a quarterly loss driven by financial market volatility, the company is on target to meet its strategic goals, CEO Peter Hancock says.
The criticism piled on Apple after it posted its worst quarter in more than a decade last week. But the world's largest company still has Jim Cramer in its corner.
A suggested global supply glut does not worry TheStreet's founder, as he says supply is not up nearly enough to meet demand.
The toy retailer has retained investment bank Guggenheim to assist with the review.
The road ahead looks very difficult for these two tech stars. Are their days as growth stocks over?
Apple is on the hunt for more acquisitions and Jim Cramer believes future M&A for the iPhone maker will be in services businesses.
The payment technology company is just one of several investments that are hurting the buyout firm.
Think Apple is nothing but an iPhone salesman? You've got it all wrong, according to Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of the Action Alerts PLUS Charitable Trust.
Halliburton is not safe bet after a failed merger with Baker Hughes, TheStreet's founder says, because oilfield service providers are far from equal.
Maybe you've recently gotten a notice that you're entitled to compensation in a class action. You should follow these steps, but don't hold your breath.
We sat down with legendary investor Jim Rogers to hear what he had to say about today's markets.
Fiat Chrysler and Ford post sales gains, while GM sees sales in April fall 3.5%.
Donald Trump has had a lot of success in business, but how would he be for the economy as president? Here's how his economic policies would play out.
Excluding special items, Halliburton showed income from continuing operations of $64 million, down 76% over the fourth quarter, but higher than what analysts expected.
Stocks extend losses by late morning Tuesday after a reading on China's factory activity disappoints and sparks fears over the global economic growth.
The Golden Arches is testing all sorts of new products, from 'clean' Chicken McNuggets to garlic fries, in order to keep up its sales and stock price momentum.
Rahul Shah of Ideal Asset Management discusses what Wall Street analysts are missing about Facebook, FedEx and Walmart.
For college students, studying abroad is a great experience, but you'll need to manage your money wisely.
Comcast is bucking the trend, and its latest acquisition sets it up for serious gains.
As competition explodes in the online food delivery sector, GrubHub will have to step up its game to keep growing.
The transportation sector has had a rough ride, but these five stocks are poised to rise, and you should consider buying them now, while they're cheap.
Comerica Chief Executive Officer Ralph Babb told irate shareholders last week that the bank might see relief from stiff regulations. A top financial lobbyist says such efforts have stalled.
A number of factors help explain the less-than-celebratory reaction to the approval of Acadia Pharma's first drug, Nuplazid.
Ever think someone who doesn't vote the way you do must be brain dead? Well, you might not be far off. Here's some data from the neuroscience of voting.
Chris Ailman, CIO of the CalSTRS pension fund says it's important to keep the bigger picture in mind.
Here's a rundown of five technical setups that are showing solid upside potential right now.
Check out what is emerging as one of the hottest investment opportunities this year and beyond. Here is how to play the trend.
The oil and gas refiner has clear visibility into the global market for fuel products, Cowen Securities' Sam Margolin said, meaning the market will be impacted by their 2016 guidance.
A new wave of bankruptcies have swept through the retail industry.
Shares of Baidu lost nearly 8% on Monday after the Chinese regulators said that they would investigate the company for its possible role in a student's death.
Hulu announced a new streaming service today, but Netflix will continue to focus on its growing entertainment division.
Biotech companies Amgen, Biogen, Celgene, Gilead and Regeneron have had a volatile ride so far in 2016. These technical charts show how to trade them.
Wedding guests are expected to pay $700 for each wedding they attend this year. You can learn how to cut corners here.
Exiting the swim segment will help Victoria's Secret focus on its more successful divisions, which better positions the company for long-term growth.
Investment bankers have traditionally earned huge fees for their roles in M&A deals, but those deals may occur less frequently in the current climate.
Using technical analysis comes up with added perspective on how to view these four elite dividend-growing stocks for retirees.
From Millennials to Baby Boomers, uncertainly about health care costs, housing costs and overall savings has scared investors into inaction on their retirement plans.
If Donald Trump wins Indiana, he's all but assured the Republican nomination. Can he win it with tough talk on United Technologies and trade?