Qualcomm's mounting lawsuits could spell trouble for its planned acquisition of the Dutch chipmaker, Nomura analysts say.
Only the Nasdaq 100 looks decent this week, according to the charts.
Uncertainty over policies from a Donald Trump administration contributes to volatile trading on Monday.
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CEOs of troubled companies tend to launch public tirades against the 'evil' shorts. The rants are often a smokescreen meant to divert investors' attention from problems.
Will the merger with Walgreens go through? Investors -- even Jim Cramer -- can't be sure, and that is affecting the drug store stock.
Under Armour has a lot at stake.
Bristol-Myers Squibb stock has fallen by 35% in the last six months.
But earnings looked OK.
The ecommerce company's premium membership will drive its earnings further.
President Donald Trump argued that manufacturing plants be built domestically Monday morning at the White House.
President Donald Trump may sign major executive orders on Monday.
December visitation in Macau rose 7% to nearly 3 million, and overall increased for the year.
United Airlines resumed operations Sunday night after a computer problem temporarily grounded all domestic mainline flights.
Mortgage rates will continue their upward climb in 2017, but will dampen the enthusiasm for homeowners to refinance their mortgages into lower rates.
The move will expand AMC's reach in places such as Sweden, Finland and Estonia.
This is a scalp, and nothing more.
McDonald's better-than-expected earnings report isn't going to help the stock. here's how you can use stock options to profit.
Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle and Alphabet alone have more than $500B stashed offshore.
Despite reporting better-than-expected Q4 earnings, revenue and global same-store sales shares of McDonald's were slumping on Monday because of disappointing U.S. same-store-sales.
The dollar's surge has wreaked havoc on many developing economies. But these three stand out as potential winners this year and beyond.
ADBE's charts and indicators are bullish.
After a decent year, Trump looms large over M&A activity, cross-border deals especially. The Deal, TheStreet's sister publication for dealmakers is out with its 2016 ranking of advisers.
WTW is in a tug of war between news stories and short-sellers.
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