Stocks hold higher on Tuesday as earnings winners DuPont and Alibaba lead gains in industrials and technology names.
CEO Alex Gorsky dishes a bit on Monday's meeting with President Trump during Johnson & Johnson's conference call.
The giant telecom misses forecasts by three cents per share.
Here's what you need to know about Alibaba's quarter.
Yahoo! says it's pushing back the planned Verizon deal, but that wasn't enough to dampen Wall Street's optimism about the internet giant's solid fourth-quarter results.
Trump wants more U.S. auto plants.
Donald Trump's choice to head the Office of Management and Budget, is set to tell lawmakers that "it will take tough decisions today in order to avoid impossible ones tomorrow."
Here are all the details.
Emirates says it will fly Athens-Newark in February, adding a fifth-freedom flight between third countries and seeming to challenge President Trump's protectionist agenda.
What you need to know ahead of Wednesday's earnings.
Thanks, President Trump.
Samsung is a great example of a stock that had headline risk but manages to outperform. It offers lessons to investors.
The e-commerce giant scored six nominations overall for its highly-praised 'Manchester by the Sea.'
Six groups that will lose (and win) from Trump's decision to pull America out of the TPP.
Technology and the use of "big data" has recreated the dining experience, says Damian Mogavero, author of 'The Underground Culinary Tour'. Grab a table and out how!
Johnson & Johnson reported fourth quarter financial results, missing on earnings, but beating on revenue.
U.S. Concrete CEO William Sandbrook believes President Trump will tackle the problem of underfunded infrastructure in America.
Jim Cramer has some suggestions for President Trump following his meeting with the Big 3 automakers.
Basic materials and industrials stocks pulled markets higher following earnings wins from DuPont and AK Steel.
Tariffs wouldn't trigger a big rise in inflation because the U.S. has lots of spare industrial capacity.
Jim Cramer likes Magellen and Kinder Morgan as President Trump pushes piplines.
European stock markets saw a broad rebound from their earlier lull on Tuesday, although London fell on steep losses for BT and a stronger currency
Jim Cramer says there are two main reasons why bank stocks could be the ones to own in 2017.
President Trump's executive action to remove the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, gives China an opening to develop its own trade deals in the region.
The PC market is about to be flooded with Chromebooks that can run Android apps. Android's popularity and other factors make this a big threat to Microsoft's Windows business.
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