Schlumberger Stock Dips as Investors Ignore Start of 'Earnings Liftoff'

Schlumberger Stock Dips as Investors Ignore Start of 'Earnings Liftoff'

Shares had risen earlier in the day, bolstered by restructuring progress and a recovery in international markets revenue.

GSK Shares Climb as Board Is Said to Mull Breakup of Pharma Giant

GSK Shares Climb as Board Is Said to Mull Breakup of Pharma Giant

The pharmaceutical giant's American depository receipts jumped on the heels of a report that the company's chairman is mulling a breakup of the firm.

Honeywell Gains Most in More Than Two Years on Growth Prospects

Honeywell Gains Most in More Than Two Years on Growth Prospects

Aerospace unit remains workhorse with 8% year-over-year growth, while the future potential for safety and product solutions impresses analysts thanks to a budding customer relationship with Amazon.

Stocks End Close to Home

Stocks End Close to Home

Stocks ended little changed Friday, shrugging off the latest tough trade talk from President Trump.

General Electric CFO to TheStreet: We Will Discuss 2019 Plans Later This Year

General Electric CFO to TheStreet: We Will Discuss 2019 Plans Later This Year

The industrial conglomerate maintained its fiscal year 2018 full-year earnings guidance of $1 to $1.07 per share.

Microsoft Pops on Strong Earnings and Guidance: 8 Key Takeaways

Microsoft Pops on Strong Earnings and Guidance: 8 Key Takeaways

With the help of healthy Windows, Azure and server software trends, Microsoft topped estimates and issued better-than-expected guidance.

General Electric CFO to TheStreet: In 'Wait and See' Mode When It Comes to Trade

General Electric CFO to TheStreet: In 'Wait and See' Mode When It Comes to Trade

Global industrial bellwether General Electric is caught in the middle of rising global tensions as are most industrial powerhouses. Here's how General Electric CFO Jamie Miller is thinking through this key issue.

Papa John's John Schnatter Has Been on a Wild Ride Over 10 Days

Papa John's John Schnatter Has Been on a Wild Ride Over 10 Days

Schnatter's tale has included charges of racism, extortion, an unlikely merger and a list of institutions and sports teams breaking ties with him or the company he founded.

Bonds vs. Stocks: What's the Difference?

Bonds vs. Stocks: What's the Difference?

While a bond is an issuing of debt with the contingency to pay interest for the money, stocks are stakes of ownership in a company that are given in exchange for cash.

Microsoft's Earnings Provide Fresh Proof That the LinkedIn Deal Is Paying Off

Microsoft's Earnings Provide Fresh Proof That the LinkedIn Deal Is Paying Off

LinkedIn's revenue growth is now much higher than it was when Microsoft bought the company.