How Apple-bashing CEO Of China's Smartisan Sells Product Launch Tickets, Smartphones

How Apple-bashing CEO Of China's Smartisan Sells Product Launch Tickets, Smartphones

Smartisan has set itself apart in the smartphone industry by transforming its annual product launches into variety shows

Dow Slips 178 Points; S&P 500 and Nasdaq Also Decline

Dow Slips 178 Points; S&P 500 and Nasdaq Also Decline

Stocks slumped on Tuesday.

Legal Weed Sales in California Are Off to a Less Than Smokin' Start

Legal Weed Sales in California Are Off to a Less Than Smokin' Start

New Frontier Data downgrades its California cannabis sales projections by $2 billion for this year.

Ford, GM Gain as China Slashes Auto Import Tariffs

Ford, GM Gain as China Slashes Auto Import Tariffs

China will halve the tariff it applies to imported automobiles and parts into the world's biggest car market in the first major trade victory for U.S. President Donald Trump.

U.S. Crude Oil Hits Fresh 3-Year Highs as Gasoline Heads to $3 a Gallon

U.S. Crude Oil Hits Fresh 3-Year Highs as Gasoline Heads to $3 a Gallon

Global oil prices pushed higher Tuesday, sending U.S. crude to fresh three-and-a-half year highs, as a softer U.S. dollar and the threat of sanctions on Iran and Venezuela continued to boost bets on further supply restrictions.

Tesla Responds To Cuts In Import Tariffs By Beijing With Price Reductions For Mainland Customers

Tesla Responds To Cuts In Import Tariffs By Beijing With Price Reductions For Mainland Customers

Import duties on vehicles will be cut to 15 per cent and tariffs for auto parts will also be reduced

Jim Cramer: Schlumberger Predicted the Rise in Oil Prices

Jim Cramer: Schlumberger Predicted the Rise in Oil Prices

Oil field services giant Schlumberger predicted the rise in oil prices, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Jim Cramer on Zillow's New Business: Buying and Selling Homes

Jim Cramer on Zillow's New Business: Buying and Selling Homes

Zillow is entering a new line of business.

Jim Cramer on the Markets: It's Natural to Have Some Profit Taking

Jim Cramer on the Markets: It's Natural to Have Some Profit Taking

After Monday's stock market rally driven by subsiding trade war worries, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said it's natural to have some profit taking on Tuesday, hence the Dow's slight move lower in early trading.

Video: As Trade Worries Subside, Expect a 'Relief Rally' in Stocks

Video: As Trade Worries Subside, Expect a 'Relief Rally' in Stocks

With trade worries subsiding, Mona Mahajan, a U.S. investment strategist with Allianz, expects a relief rally in stocks.

Micron Spikes After $10 Billion Buyback Plan Caps Bullish Q3 Earnings Forecast

Micron Spikes After $10 Billion Buyback Plan Caps Bullish Q3 Earnings Forecast

Micron is set for a notable opening bell gain Tuesday after the flash memory chipmaker revealed plans for a $10 billion share buyback after Street-topping Q3 earnings forecasts.

J.C. Penney Shares Fall as CEO Marvin Ellison Resigns to Head Lowe's

J.C. Penney Shares Fall as CEO Marvin Ellison Resigns to Head Lowe's

Lowe's announces that Ellison will be taking over as the home-improvement retailer's chief executive.

TCL, World's Third-largest Television Maker, To Build US$6.71 Billion Screen Factory In Shenzhen

TCL, World's Third-largest Television Maker, To Build US$6.71 Billion Screen Factory In Shenzhen

New facility to help Shenzhen-listed company meet growing demand for ultra high definition screens in China

Is China's Investment In Infrastructure Projects Driving Western Balkan Nations Into Debt?

Is China's Investment In Infrastructure Projects Driving Western Balkan Nations Into Debt?

IMF says Beijing-led projects under the 'Belt and Road Initiative' are partly to blame for economic problems in the region

Oil Prices, China Tariffs, Micron and Kohl's - 5 Things You Must Know

Oil Prices, China Tariffs, Micron and Kohl's - 5 Things You Must Know

U.S. stock futures point higher on Tuesday; China's Finance Ministry says it will slash import tariffs on automobiles; U.S. crude oil futures rise to the highest levels in more than three-and-a-half years.

China to Slash Automobile Tariffs and 4 Other Stories You Must Know Tuesday

China to Slash Automobile Tariffs and 4 Other Stories You Must Know Tuesday

These are the headlines you must know as investors react to tariff news and a slew of retail earnings. What are you watching?

Global Stocks Push Higher as China Tariff Move, Softer US Dollar Boost Sentiment

Global Stocks Push Higher as China Tariff Move, Softer US Dollar Boost Sentiment

Global stocks extend gains Tuesday as investors reacted to a notable move on tariffs from China even as they returned their attention to a surging U.S. dollar and sky-high oil prices by extending bets on faster inflation in the world's biggest economy.

Get to Know Stacey Cunningham, the NYSE's First Female Chief in 226 Years

Get to Know Stacey Cunningham, the NYSE's First Female Chief in 226 Years

The NYSE appoints its first female leader in 226 years in Stacey Cunningham.

60 Seconds: What is the Volcker Rule and How Does it Affect Your Portfolio?

60 Seconds: What is the Volcker Rule and How Does it Affect Your Portfolio?

Lots of chatter about the Volcker Rule these days, aptly named after former Fed Chair Paul Volcker. Banks say its onerous and needs to be changed. But what exactly is it? Watch -- and you'll know in 60 seconds.

Video: When Planning for Retirement, Don't Underestimate Your Life Span

Video: When Planning for Retirement, Don't Underestimate Your Life Span

When planning for retirement, many people underestimate just how long they'll live.

China And US Agree 'broad Outline' Of Settlement Over ZTE Ban, WSJ Says

China And US Agree 'broad Outline' Of Settlement Over ZTE Ban, WSJ Says

ZTE deal would include major changes to ZTE management, the board and potentially significant fines, according to the report

Global Stocks Ease as Investors Focus on Dollar, Oil, Italy After US-China Truce

Global Stocks Ease as Investors Focus on Dollar, Oil, Italy After US-China Truce

Global stocks eased from their Monday rally as investors returned their attention to a surging U.S. dollar and sky-high oil prices by extending bets on faster inflation in the world's biggest economy.

Chinese Banks Up The Ante To Lure Millionaire Clients From Overseas Private Investment Houses

Chinese Banks Up The Ante To Lure Millionaire Clients From Overseas Private Investment Houses

More than 60 per cent of mainlanders with personable investible assets worth in excess of US$1 million now hold those offshore, and 10 per cent of that by value are handled by foreign banks

Anbang Hangs 'for Sale' Sign Over Majority Stake In Domestic Securities Firm

Anbang Hangs 'for Sale' Sign Over Majority Stake In Domestic Securities Firm

Divestment of Shenzhen-based Century Securities expected to be worth at least US$564.67 million. Anbang owns 91.65 per cent of the operation

Lenovo Denies Claims It Chose Windows Over Linux In Second Row Over Technology

Lenovo Denies Claims It Chose Windows Over Linux In Second Row Over Technology

Lenovo's rebuttal comes after it was accused of failing to back Chinese telecoms company Huawei in setting global standards for fifth generation (5G) mobile communications technology, which it also denied

Who Will Be The Biggest Losers From A China-US Trade War Truce?

Who Will Be The Biggest Losers From A China-US Trade War Truce?

Some of China's major suppliers could lose out if Beijing diverts purchases to the US to placate Washington, analysts say

China Must Lead On Blockchain, Chief Executive Of US-listed Company Tells Beijing Conference

China Must Lead On Blockchain, Chief Executive Of US-listed Company Tells Beijing Conference

There will be a 'main blockchain that dominates the market', meet supported by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology hears

Is The Race To Raise Deposit Rates The Harbinger That Could Deflate Hong Kong's Property Bubble?

Is The Race To Raise Deposit Rates The Harbinger That Could Deflate Hong Kong's Property Bubble?

Analysts suggest zero rates for smaller depositors could soon become a thing of the past and overall lending amounts could rise in June for the first time in 12 years