Howard Schultz, 63, will step down, effective April 3, 2017, the global coffee powerhouse Starbucks said, just days ahead of its annual meeting with investors. Starbucks Original logo, pictured.
The president-elect's pick for Transportation Secretary made at least $1.1 million last year as a corporate director, highlighting her ability to revolve between government service and the private sector.
The cyber outfit launches Helix, a new platform that integrates security apps and devices
The social media site is working on a feature which would showcase content from major media and entertainment companies directly in users' news feeds, sources told Business Insider.
Like Salesforce, Workday is seeing slowing growth in its original market. To keep growing rapidly, the company needs to expand its presence in adjacent fields featuring tough competition.
Donald Trump has tapped a group of leading CEOs to advise him on jobs and the economy soon after his inauguration.
Amazon Web Services is building up a formidable range of features and partners, challenging the big enterprise software providers.
Jim Cramer ponders how some stocks are the way they are. And how other stocks are the way they are, too.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about his trade of the week, as well as how J.C.Penney upgraded.
The social media giant is getting serious about leveraging user data for ad targeting on third-party properties. That opens up some big opportunities.
You need to have money invested in the stock market, whatever your age, Cramer says.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the week near records following a rally in banking and energy stocks earlier in the week.
Since crude oil prices made tremendous gains this week after OPEC producers agreed to cut production, gasoline prices will rise higher this holiday season.
With OPEC's news on oil production limits, gold investors are losing their grip.
It's not out of the woods yet.
The appointment of GOP operative Betsy DeVos, an advocate of charter schools and vouchers, has aroused concern in higher ed circles and among public education advocates.
The Dow retreated from records as banks reversed course after days of big gains.
J&J will appeal $1 billion in punitive damages to six people injured by a hip implant. The plaintiffs' lawyer argued two losses in Pinnacle cases should convince J&J to settle.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated from records on Friday as banks reversed course after days of big gains.
Exelon's facilities in Clinton and the Quad Cities will receive about $235 million annually through zero emission credits for low carbon output.
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