Stocks are cautiously higher as investors await the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking ahead of its next meeting in June.
Lowe's continues to trail rival Home Depot.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker defied history when he awarded pilots and flight attendants an unnegotiated $830 million raise. He is being called 'a servant leader.'
An analysis by one analyst found that new Lidl stores will be in close proximity to existing Kroger and Walmart locations.
Western Digital Reportedly Makes $18 Billion Offer For Toshiba's Flash Memory Division
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JPMorgan says Disney's domestic parks are likely to benefit from some of these new rides and attractions.
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Central-bank liquidity injections have helped to lull the U.S. stock market into a sense of complacency. That could come to an end this year, says a Wells Fargo analyst.
Toshiba shares surged the most in four months in Tokyo trading Wednesday after domestic media reports that Western Digital has offered nearly $18 billion for the troubled conglomerate's flash-memory division.
Last week's market selloff on the heels of Washington political drama wasn't just an aberration.
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U.S. stock futures are marginally higher on Wednesday ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's last meeting, and after Moody's lowers the credit rating for China.
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Tim Sloan was just exonerated by an internal investigation into whether he had anything to do with the bank's fraudulent account scandal.
The latest earnings from two of the largest generic drug makers show how important it is for generic firms to have their own stable of higher-margin branded products.
Stock futures are slightly higher on Wednesday morning as investors await the afternoon release of Federal Reserve minutes, an insight into the central bank's thinking ahead of its June meeting.
The bad news continues for auto-related companies.
The recent ransomware attack boosts the value of such companies and their services.