U.S. stock futures rise and global stocks edge cautiously higher as investors take their cues from fixed income markets; Apple unveils a new lineup of services in a push to double down on its most profitable business segment; Samsung issues a profit warning; Uber buys Middle East rival Careem.
McDonald's reaches a deal to acquire Dynamic Yield, the Israeli digital startup, to improve the customer experience, particularly during the drive-thru.
Samsung Electronics warned that its first quarter profits, already hit by slowing semiconductor sales and limp smartphone demand, would likely miss estimates as the world's biggest chipmaker provided a rare pre-earnings update to market regulators Tuesday.
Funds controlling about 5% of the retailer are preparing a proxy fight according to published report late Monday.
Jim Cramer takes a look at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Xilinx, Nieslen, Realty Income, W&T Offshore and more.
Apple couldn't do much to hold back the bears today, but Jim Cramer says the company's services segment is the most important thing and he's more than happy with it.
Nike shares were active Monday after the U.S. Justice Department said it would charge controversial attorney Michael Avenatti with charges of extortion just minutes after he tweeted about exposing a "major high school basketball scandal" linked to the world's biggest sportswear company.
Hulu is an affordable option if you're cutting the cable cord - and here's just how affordable it is.
The tech giant has lined up a lot of quality content for its new video, magazine and gaming services. And it's not restricting its video offerings to Apple devices.
Apple announced a slew of new services offerings: Apple News+, Apple Arcade, Apple Card, Apple TV Channels and Apple TV+.