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Samsung has a 23% smartphone market share thanks to its Galaxy S7, while Apple's market share fell to 12%.
BlackBerry's new phone may allow authorities back-door access. Uber and Didi officially get permission to operate in China.
Kate Warne, investment strategist at Edward Jones, is a big fan of these stocks. Here's why.
Short-seller Andrew Left says Facebook stock will go lower, though analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Even killer results from Facebook haven't been able to generate better momentum, and that's a problem.
The short-seller says Facebook stock will go lower, while analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Results announcements include Anglo American, Lloyds, Adidas, Renault, Volkswagen.
The bull-run may have taken a pause, but it is far from over. That's good news for stocks like United Technologies, Lowe's and Apple.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the consumer goods sector higher today.
You don't need to be a master of timing to be a successful investor if you take a disciplined approach.
Netflix needs new and better content if it's to appease investors looking for strong subscriber growth. Here are 10 forthcoming originals that could do that.
We all know the market setting up for a move, and the longer this range continues, the more anxious we are to anticipate that move.
Some of this month's most explosive moves are coming from large-cap stocks. Here's how to profit from five of them.
A combination of factors should drive the market higher but the computer algos could make it choppy.
The market appears to be at very overbought levels as more negative signs emerge on the charts.
Cramer says the analysts were wrong on Apple, Waste Management remains a buy and business is always good at PPG.
The Apple supplier expects a 15% revenue decline on weaker smartphone demand.
Asia markets are lower as investors await news of stimulus packages form the Bank of Japan and Prime Minister Abe.
Some stock action you can predict but others are headscratchers, Cramer says.
What used to be a kiss of death barely elicits a shrug from the market.
Stocks remain very unconcerned about rates, despite the odds of a fall increase slightly rising.
Apple (AAPL) has just sold its one billionth iPhone, CNBC's Josh Lipton reported from San Francisco on today's 'Closing Bell.'
Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay accounts for 75% of contactless payments in the U.S. Facebook blows off 7 IRS summonses.
The Federal Reserve confirmed it. The U.S. economy is doing far better now after a shaky couple of months earlier in the year.
The Fed is moving cautiously because weak May jobs growth caught the central bank by surprise, and Britain's decision to leave the EU only added to the upheaval.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average holds slight gains by late afternoon Wednesday after the Federal Reserve trumpets solid U.S. economic improvement.