The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both closed out the week with fresh records.
Splunk's license revenue and guidance left markets wanting more. Nutanix soothed competitive fears, Veeva delivered strong growth yet again and Marvell's turnaround story continued.
The federal government is seeking an overhaul of corporate bankruptcy fees to help the court system pay for its oversight.
Twitter's improved algorithm is clearly working, BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield claims.
'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,' the fifth installment in the Disney series, comes ashore in theaters this weekend.
After talking to cloud users, one Wall Street firm boosts its price target.
GEO Group has been awarded a pair of contracts for facilities holding criminal aliens, the company said on Friday.
Lowe's continues to trail rival Home Depot.
With temperatures heating up, there are deals to be had on swank vacation spots this Memorial Day and beyond.
Summer movie blockbusters don't wait for Memorial Day weekend, but even underwhelming films can break $100 million in the U.S. in those four days.
Drivers headed out for trips during the Memorial Day weekend are facing moderate gasoline prices as crude oil prices slumped massively after OPEC extended their production cuts through March 2018.
This year will mark the third consecutive year of increased travel over the Memorial Day weekend.
Scrubs by no means are trendy. This company hopes to change that.
Though it's harder to find tech value plays now, they still exist.
Spending money doesn't have to hurt your wallet this month!
These movies have done pretty well during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
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