Today's Business News and Opinion
There's more going on behind the scenes than what Beyonce will be wearing Sunday.
'Orange is the New Black' will be returning to the online streaming service for three more seasons.
The company’s special research division, which works on breakthrough technologies, recently concluded a test of its first seabed data center. It's a move to innovate and cut costs.
The once-dominant company has fallen on hard times that won't end.
This once high-flying biotech stock has hit bad times that aren't likely to abate anytime soon. Here are the reasons for shunning this erstwhile Wall Street darling.
President Obama's plan to add a a $10-per-barrel tax to oil to pay for infrastructure projects isn't likely to impress the Republican-led Congress, according the reporter who broke the story.
Looking for guidance? The Oracle of Omaha has proven once again that he knows how to pick winning stocks, even in a volatile market.
After releasing weaker-than-expected guidance for 2016, LinkedIn has been beaten-up in the markets today. Are investors just overreacting?
Body scanning technologies are getting closer to solving the last big challenge of online shopping -- fit.
The bombastic billionaire candidate might be losing it a little as his poll numbers slip. He's not new to public profanity, however.
Today's slight drop in unemployment is bigger than it appears at first glance, a silver lining in a soft report.
U.S. affluent investors are souring on the stock market - should Main Street retirement savers take notice?
The bad news for the world's second-largest economy just won't quit. As China's troubled financial services sector teeters on collapse, here's the best way to pocket gains.
JPMorgan carries less risk from souring energy loans than any of its big rivals, according to a new report from credit-ratings firm Moody's. Jim Cramer weighs in.
Twitter is a one-stop place for getting a collective sentiment reading -- and Twitter thinks oil is going up.
Sunday's game is America's pre-eminent sports extravaganza and it should provide a hefty return on investment for these three companies that are heavily advertising during the broadcast.
As voters move toward choosing the presidential nominees in the early events of the season, it's worth looking at how one leading cadidate -- Trump -- would handle the economy.
Despite its recent bump upwards in price, this chipmaker still faces a perilous year. Here's why you should think twice before buying the stock.
Hillary Clinton has had trouble connecting with young women voters. It may be time to significantly increase her focus on pay equity, family leave, flexible workplace scheduling and affordable childcare.
The John Malone-backed studio Lions Gate explores a merger with the John Malone-backed pay-TV network Starz. Shareholders are displeased Friday, though.
The toy maker has given its iconic doll a complete makeover. Will Barbie's rebirth be the impetus for a market-beating year for Mattel?
ChemChina's bid for the ag chemicals and seed giant will raise a host of concerns with regulators.
It's time to unload these toxic stocks from your portfolio.
J.C. Penney announced plans to put its giant home office campus in Plano, Texas up for sale, and the proceeds could be huge.
The U.S. economy created 151,000 jobs in January, less than economists were expecting, says John Canally, chief economic strategist at LPL Financial.
Since launching four months ago, Handmade's traffic and sales have grown steadily, but that may not be as bad for Etsy as suspected.
While NFL quarterbacks aren't paid nearly as much as NBA stars or even soccer players, they tend to make as much money off the field as they did on it.
Comprehensive technical analysis shows that Costco (COST) shares are headed for their worst year since 2008.
Zillow determined that homeowners realized greater gains when they were in close proximity to Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods, the national grocery store chains.
LinkedIn and Tableau saw their stocks crushed in premarket trading by more than 30% each. Investors should resist the temptation to catch these falling knives.
In coming quarters, the extremely weak balance sheets of these three debt-ridden companies will only get worse.
Originally a software company, Adobe has branched out into the cloud computing sphere with positive results.
Will we soon be seeing Hillary-Bernie '16 signs peppering neighborhood lawns? If Thursday's debate is any indication, we might.
U.S. stock futures move nervously higher Friday as investors await the U.S. jobs report.
Buy the stock, get the dividend and then get out as fast as you can.
The rising cost of health care should have a positive impact on CVS' bottom line.
Coca-Cola continues to be innovative as it seeks ways to offset weak soda sales.
It was the first debate without Martin O'Malley and the last before the New Hampshire primary. Who won?
Tableau Data and LinkedIn may be the future but they disappointed investors today.
Ex-financier Bernie Madoff, who bilked his trusting clients out of billions of dollars, is in the news again. Follow these eight steps to keep Madoff-types out of your financial life.
Facebook celebrated its 12th birthday with a 'Friends Day' that included personalized videos for users.
Consumers need to be taken on 'digital journeys,' and brands that can successfully take them on these trips across the Internet will win in the long run, says Globant CEO.
Companies from JPMorgan Chase to Bank of America and Wells Fargo have expanded their mobile businesses by 71%. A new study from Bain & Co. shows why.
Dunkin' Brands Inc. saw a surprising sales decline during the fourth quarter at its U.S. Dunkin' Donuts stores amid heightened competition from McDonald's and Starbucks.
Lovers could each spend this much for Valentine's Day, but do they really have to?
Safe-Haven Demand Will Be “Swing Factor” For Gold; Metal to Average $1,132 - Top Forecaster
After slashing fourth-quarter estimates in January, GoPro still missed Wall Street expectations and also gave guidance that shows a turnaround isn't happening any time soon.
Apple's quarterly earnings report failed to inspire Wall Street traders last week, yet investors should remain energetic about the tech giant's stock.
When a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.
Hell hath no fury like a hedge fund manager out of position. That's what you are seeing today, as portfolio managers recognize they don't have enough cyclical exposure.