Today's Business News and Opinion
It's no secret that Facebook wants to more aggressively monetize Instagram. However, it needs to avoid harming Instagram's unique brand in the process.
The Federal Reserve's rate-hiking cycle, begun in 2015, could come to an end -- or at least a pause -- as soon as next year.
Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.
The allegations are part of an ongoing series of lawsuits Qualcomm is embroiled in globally against Apple.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a cannabis extract that's used to treat everything from pain to opiate addiction to PTSD. It doesn't get you high -- but advocates say that's the reason that CBD could soon eclipse the multibillion-dollar pot industry.
If Sirius XM can catch a bid here, investors could be looking at a solid buying opportunity. Otherwise, look out below.
Sonic, the famous fast-food chain, is being acquired by Inspire Brands.
Argus Research, run by President John Eade, has always maintained a 3,000 target on the S&P 500 for 2018 - even amid the parabolic rise of the market in January and the lows reached in February and March.
The vice president of strategy and M&A at the super-sized chipmaker suggested that autonomous vehicles will emerge in cordoned off areas where cars drive on their own.
Investors should regard CEF's or closed-end funds as "as great pieces of a portfolio to augment investor allocation" as well as a way to "generate high levels of income and maybe better levels of income than they might otherwise be able to get within an asset class", say our all-star panel in TheStreet's webinar. (Sponsored Content)
Tuesday is start of the massive Salesforce.com tech conference in San Francisco known as 'Dreamforce.'
Cate Luzio left global banking because she realized there were not enough women in the middle to get to the top. That led her to create Luminary, a collaborative space for women. Watch for more now!
Unlike most of their peers, Electronic Arts, Zuora and Dropbox have gone on sale in recent weeks.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday amid concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks, rising oil prices and ahead of a two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve; Instagram's co-founders are stepping down; Starbucks plans layoffs at the top level of management.
In the September Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talked about why the team loves Salesforce so much and why your kids need to be fluent in its language to be successful.
Here's what you need to know now for Sept. 24.
Merger Monday is alive and kicking despite markets at record highs. Cannabis stock Tilray still in focus.
The Swiss Franc: Still A Favored Safe-Haven Asset?
For the budget-savvy traveler, the advent of Airbnb - a service that allows homeowners to rent out their houses or rooms - is a godsend. But, how does Airbnb actually work?
New search, AI and database features are among the things Microsoft is unveiling at this week's Ignite conference.
Hester Peirce, a Republican member of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, criticized a bill passed by the heavily Democratic California Legislature requiring public companies based in the state to have at least one woman on their boards by 2019.
Legendary technician Louise Yamada says we are in a rising rate cycle. What does that mean? Brush up on your history and watch now!
Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.
Amazon is looking to take advantage of the autonomous driving revolution.
Apple and Salesforce join forces to bring Siri and other iOS features to more business customers. It's the first of many announcements this week as Salesforce kicks off its annual Dreamforce conference. Here's what else to expect.
Published reports say the Trump critic will either resign or be fired.
Tesla is finding early success in its in-house body shop initiative, and that could have a big impact on total cost of ownership as the firm scales to more customers.
Advancements in technology—from the new Apple Watch to autonomous driving—are fantastic. But can the rest of the world catch up?
Sears and Kmart owner Sears Holdings looks to be on its last legs judging by a new SEC filing on Monday.
A weak renminbi does not align with China's long term goals, and signs point to the currency correcting its recent slide. (Sponsored. Written by Andrew Capon)
The memory chip giant faces some significant headwinds in the current quarter.
Some parts of Dell's empire are well-positioned to grow. But others face major challenges.
Pandora is near the top in user share in music streaming, and Sirius wants in on the digital play.
The partnership is designed to make it easier for customers of all three companies to share data and insights.
Michael Kors is reportedly close to buying Versace.
Louise Yamada is a Wall Street legend. As one of the first female technicians, she called the Enron and Tyco debacles before they happened and knew someone was selling the financials as early as 2007. Listen to her now explain the current state to the market.
One of the biggest perks to closed-end funds is that they offer an income stream and that can be a valuable part of your investment portfolio. Watch now for more.
Hopefully you took advantage of the 'Kaepernick Dip' with me. Now try this options strategy into Nike's earnings report on Tuesday.
What's important to understand when investing in closed-end funds or CEF's? Cuts are part of the process of mixing an investment changing environment with interest rates and we can't control interest rates. Sponsored Content.
The market ignores the trade war. Merger Monday is alive and kicking with Sirius spending big-time to buy Pandora.
U.S. stock futures fall while oil prices surge to a four-month high as investors react to sharply worded attacks on Donald Trump's trade and energy policies from China and OPEC; Barrick Gold buys Randgold Resources in an $18.3 billion deal; Comcast outbids Disney and Fox for Sky PLC.
Former General Electric Vice Chair and chief marketing officer Beth Comstock has a message for corporate America: fight for the future.
We hit the street and asked some pros their views of the current market, tariffs, rising interest rates and more. Watch now!
A deal between Barrick and Randgold could create the leading gold producer.
Tiger Woods wins the Tour Championship in grand fashion, capping a year long comeback from back surgery.
You can with certain so-called "closed-end" mutual funds - an often overlooked investment class. TheStreet's retirement expert Robert Powell and an all-star panel tell you all you need to know in this sponsored webinar.
See what's in what Tilray sells.
Hardly anyone thinks of Amazon as an ad business -- but that could be changing. Amazon ads make up a growing share of the online ad industry, and Amazon is doubling down in grabbing market share from Facebook and Alphabet.
Both Washington and Beijing could gum up AAPL's global business model.
Unlike ordinary mutual funds or ETFs, closed-end funds can borrow or issue preferred shares to leverage their returns.