Wall Street ended the week higher, as a series of positive earnings from major S&P 500 companies kept investors in a buying mood.
From making shoes to medical devices, manufacturing is becoming personal.
The Lexus RC F will pin you back in your seat with ease.
Sears remains in peril.
The software giant and its peers have snapped up many providers of tools that help marketers run ad campaigns. A fragmented market and strong demand could yield more deals.
The Trump administration's 'Buy American' campaign seems to be resonating with much of the nation, but with specific spending limits.
Evidently, there's less of a 'second chance' for female advisers fired for misconduct--even though male advisers usually get one, a new study claims.
Thanks to new security measures some fliers are going to have to start checking their laptops. Here's what you should know about the new ban.
Samsung's pricey new flagship smartphone reflects the arms race in features between Apple and Samsung.
The S8, which was released in the U.S. on Friday, is Samsung's first new phone since the Note 7 disaster.
Here's why Costco has an advantage.
Though Intel had promised to cut its PC R&D spending, it's reportedly speeding up the launch of new processors meant to take on AMD's very competitive Ryzen CPUs.
General Electric posts better-than-expected first-quarter earnings and says it expects revenue to continue to improve for the remainder of the year.
Buying a company like Disney would give Verizon a Magic Kingdom of content studios, cable networks, theme parks and merchandising. But it would not solve the problems facing wireless.
KFC has been winning, but not necessarily because of Colonel Sanders.
Interesting week for Starbucks.
Hershey wants to keep its more health conscience customers happy.
Treat those pampered pooches.
The insights came in hot and heavy.
Evidently, there's less of a 'second chance' for female advisors fired for misconduct - even though male advisors usually get one, a new study claims.
Automakers are taking aim at Elon Musk's Tesla.
Uncertainty is an investor's best friend.
Can't blame this executive for abandoning ship.
The EU, banks, free-trade, French start-ups and even leveraged buyouts are all in the firing line of France's populist candidates Le Pen and Melenchon.
Politicians' use of fear as an electoral incentive could backfire.
Jim Cramer ponders how to play the French elections and discusses how activism is making a comeback.
Harley-Davidson has given its investors a lot to consider this week.
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