Wall Street sets new records on Thursday as a broad rally in equities resumes.
On Friday, December 9, investors await economic data and quarterly results from Vail Resorts.
The high-end home furnishings retailer slashed its full-year forecast and gave a downbeat outlook for the holiday quarter.
The chipmaker is seeing the positives of the $37 billion Broadcom/Avago merger back in January 2016.
Glenn was the first American to orbit Earth and later became the oldest person in space.
Donald Trump's selection of Iowa Governor Terry Branstad as U.S. Ambassador to China will likely calm a few nerves regarding the president-elect's stance towards the Asian superpower.
The publishing company has tapped Morgan Stanley and Bank of America to help field buyer interest, according to reports.
Microsoft's support for ARM-powered Windows PCs that can run existing apps will create fresh competition for Intel. And its new VR platform stands to undercut Facebook's Oculus Rift.
It's on Microsoft now to execute on its ambitious long-term plans to use LinkedIn to strengthen its empire and avoid the fate of its previous multibillion-dollar blunders.
Donald Trump plans to nominate Andrew Puzder, chief executive of the holding company behind Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, as Secretary of Labor.
Here's a technical look at how to trade several under-$10 stocks triggering breakout trades.
The e-commerce giant has used its arguably unmatched shopping data to create a sizable ad business. Two new services could help the business win over more web publishers.
The rally seems to have more legs as Asia wonders about the future of South Korea's president.
It's only now dawning on investors just how frozen our economy was before Donald Trump, and how quickly things are thawing, Cramer says.
Home prices should rise in much of the country next year, and President-elect Trump's reform plans may help increase demand for housing.
The top college football teams clash on New Year's Eve, but the most expensive tickets are at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on New Year's Day.
Lawyers for investors accusing several major banks of conspiring to rig silver prices are seeking to revive the case.
Restoration Hardware reported adjusted earnings of $0.20 a share, beating Wall Street's projection of $0.16. But it is lowering its full year guidance.
China is halving the amount of money people in Macau withdraw from ATMs as it looks to crack down on money being illegally taken out of the country.
Jeffrey Saut discussed what investors should be buying on CNBC's 'Closing Bell.'
Apple and Google both take steps to solidify their self-driving car ambitions.
Analysts are raising their estimates for the regional gaming sector as sentiment in states Donald Trump carried climb post-election.
Automobile distributors are going out of style, Icahn Enterprises Chairman Carl Icahn said when asked which industry he doesn't like right now.
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