Today's Business News and Opinion
President tweets plans to name director of the Office of Management & Budget to key role succeeding Gen. John Kelly.
Decision sought by Republicans and Trump administration will be put on hold pending appeals.
Two tech giants, two major expansions. Both Amazon and Apple announced plans to grow their U.S. footprints -- but how they went about it reveals quite a bit about how the companies do business.
Netflix may have fallen far in the back half of 2018, but some of the core challenges facing the business could only intensify next year.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is stepping down after continued scrutiny into his travel, political work and suspected conflicts.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Children's Place, Synchrony, Yeti and more.
In the latest in a series of privacy screwups, Facebook exposed unshared photos from millions of users to app developers, the company said in a blog post.
Brexit has now gone well beyond UK's divorce from the EU.
Market cap focused investors might need to set their sights on some smaller names. Real Money's Kevin Curran interviews George Young, portfolio manager of the $295.3 million Villere Balanced Fund.
Johnson & Johnson precipitous fall and Netflix challenges ahead in 2019 are just some of the top stories on TheStreet on Friday.
Intel and TPG Capital may be looking to sell off McAfee, the security software firm that Intel purchased in 2010. A deal could put McAfee in a position to go public again, CNBC reported.
2019 could be a big year for IPOs, including multi-billion dollar tech companies. Here are some of the most highly anticipated tech IPOs to watch next year.
Though the software giant reported solid top-line numbers, worries about the earnings hit caused by a recent acquisition are weighing on shares.
Here's what investors should know about the Federal Reserve's possible rate hike, the Santa Claus Rally and the banking sector heading into 2019.
Canadian luxury parka maker's stock gets the cold shoulder after postponing opening its flagship store in Beijing.
Here's what American investors need to know about Brexit.
Nomura downgrades Cisco to 'neutral' from 'buy' with a $50 price target.
COST reported the firm's Q1 results on Thursday night.
Amazon has leveraged its massive investments to generate huge amounts of cash in new businesses. Whether Netflix and Tesla can do the same remains to be seen.
According to a recent study these are the worst cities for women-owned businesses
Volatility and risk don't go hand in hand. An Abbot Downing executive breaks it down.
U.S. stock futures tumble Friday and global shares slump after economic data in China are weaker than expected; Starbucks falls after unveiling expansion plans in China; Adobe's earnings come in just shy of estimates; Apple reportedly to push software updates in China.
Going into what could be a slower growth 2019, consider these quality businesses for your stock portfolio.
Don't stop working! Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily, tells us that it's actually better to work more and save less. Really. Watch the video for more.
Go behind the label of the software giant Adobe, from Photoshop and its rise in the business cloud industry.
Investors on crpyto exchanges may not have thought about what happens to their assets should anything happen to the custodians themselves.
2019 could see renewed strength for gold.
Mr. Retirement -- Robert Powell -- answers millennials most asked questions about retirement. Watch the video.
Don't freak out if there is a yield curve inversion soon. Only freak out if the inversion stays for a while.
Conflicting data about the economy should give the Federal Reserve pause.
Here's what you should be looking at in the markets.
The things that matter to consumers when deciding whether to buy a new device are often very different from the things that product reviewers pay attention to.
Facebook said on Thursday that it's expanding Facebook Watch, an effort that includes more options for advertisers and continued investment in original programs.
Amazon has been a buy down to my semiannual value level at $1,546.97. The recent low just below $1,600 was a buying opportuity.
What is trade balance and is it really important?
Here's what you need to know about General Electric's upgrade.
Piper Jaffray cut its price target on Apple from $250 to $222.
Key Advantages of Trading Gold Futures
The new Austin campus is part of a $350-billion, five-year plan to invest in the U.S.
The telecommunications equipment maker's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings top estimates.
Some probably see the dominant position held by Netflix as positive. My thought there is that the perch is precarious.
Online video gaming has become a giant business, with entire ecosystems built around publishing and merchandising.
While its manufacturing process delays remain a cause for concern, Intel's latest moves show that its chip engineering teams continue to execute well.
TheStreet's tech team discusses what's likely to happen to FAANG stocks in 2019.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed amid an easing of trade tensions between the U.S. and China; Apple will invest $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin, Texas; Japan's SoftBank will replace equipment from China's Huawei in its 4G telecommunications network infrastructure with hardware from Ericsson and Nokia, a report says.
Protesters gathered at City Hall as the New York City Council held its first public hearing about Amazon's HQ2.
Customers picking up rental cars at Hertz will no longer have to flash their licenses to get off the lot. The rental car company is rolling out biometric scanners at locations around the country to slash the time it takes for customers to hit the road.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Nucor, Southwest and United Continental.
Apple could move some of its iPhone production out of China if tariffs worsen, according to a Bloomberg report. Other tech companies could follow.
Roku, Google, and Tesla are just some of the top stories from TheStreet on Dec. 12.