Today's Business News and Opinion
It's almost Friday. But before it is, investors had to endure a host of big business news. Here are some quick, hot things to know.
United Technologies gains as the company's CEO says that board is studying whether to sell the best parts of the conglomerate for $81 billion, compared with a market cap of $107 billion.
'Investors have better options,' say Credit Suisse analysts about smartwatch maker Garmin.
Stock down nearly 20% after streaming-device maker issues a downbeat forecast.
Dine Global Brands CEO Steve Joyce is ready to gobble up another chain, at the right price.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey is bullish on the next five years. So far, he has good reason to be optimistic.
The enterprise solutions provider reported earnings per share of $0.34 vs. $0.22 expected.
The company continues to rapidly grow its non-hardware revenue streams. And it has plenty of headroom to grow them further.
Amazon has spread like a disease into every industry from retail to entertainment and now even small business lending. If you think regulators won't figure out some way to slow its roll, you could be one of the dumbest on Wall Street.
With a strong beer portfolio, positive prospects and a unique cannabis investment, Constellation could soon have Wall Street thirsty.
From Amazon to Ford to Ulta, here are Jefferies analysts' best picks as tax reform savings boost consumer spending this year.
Toymakers have been monitoring the retailer's troubles for some time and taking action.
Bitcoin was falling Thursday. Here's what you can't afford to miss.
The reality star just got vicious with Snapchat and the short sellers probably loved that she did.
Representing a change from a year ago, large-cap healthcare firms are now attractively valued compared to the broader stock market, according to RBC Capital Markets' Lori Calvasina.
Can the deal just happen or not already? Plus, what's the latest from P&G post-Peltz?
Dennis Gartman, editor of the Gartman Letter, told Kitco News that the digital currency's support level around $6,000 a coin has been "impressive," and while he was bearish on bitcoin at higher prices, he has now shifted his stance to neutral at today's prices.
If reality star and model Kylie Jenner hates the new Snapchat, you know it's bad.
Buffett appointed two long-time Berkshire executives, Ajit Jain and Greg Abel, to vice chairmen, describing the appointments as 'part of a movement to succession.'
Mattel needs to save money as quickly as possible if it wants to keep the lights on. The opportunity exists, for sure.
Private labels are about higher margins for retailers and the chance for them to stand out in an overcrowded field.
Reality star Kylie Jenner looks like she is hating on the Snapchat redesign, too. Beware, Snap Inc. shareholders.
Video game sales surged in January. But it wasn't just game-makers benefiting from the uptick; console and accessories sales jumped as well.
Broadcom wants Qualcomm, but it doesn't look as if the latter feels the same way about the former. Here's what else Broadcom could acquire instead.
The insurgent investor is set to join the iconic packaged goods company's key innovation panel. Expect a hostile reception.
Uber responded to Musk by taking the high road.
While tough to live through, Hasbro says the toy business will continue to be strong despite the bankruptcy of Toys R' Us.
Uber is refuting reports that it will pull back from Asia.
Wall Street is in the green. But how long will this market momentum last?
As the the Apple Watch Series 3 continues to be a best-seller for Apple, here's a reminder that the watch is loaded with pretty innovative features, but make sure you're aware of all of them.
Honeyfund CEO Sara Margulis appeared on the hit TV show Shark Tank back in 2014 and scored an investment by Kevin O'Leary.
Will Applebee's and Ihop turn around in 2018 after a challenging 2017? TheStreet talks with new CEO Steve Joyce about what he has cooking.
After crimes on Facebook Live and Russian propaganda, some worry whether the company's image can hold up and if it can keep up with the rest of the FANG stocks.
From coins targeting the cannabis community to those based on a viral Internet meme, the crytocurrency craze has created some pretty strange investing opportunities.
In February's Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talks about the iShares MSCI EMU Index ETF and his thoughts on investing overseas.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said Thursday that raising rates too quickly could restrict economic growth and that market expectations of four rates hikes this year would be 'priced to perfection'.
Cryptocurrency miners are always looking for the fastest and most powerful chips to run their rigs and they are showing them off on social media.
A hawkish Fed has bond yields and the dollar on the rise, and global stocks on the retreat as investors re-price equities and benchmark 10-year Treasury yields test fresh four-years highs.
Don't be so quick to say Walmart is headed down a dark path a day after its stock price plunged.
The SpotMini is showing off its robustness in the new video from Boston Dynamics.
Artificial intelligence is the hottest trend in the tech sector right now -- and these two stocks are the best ways to play it for 2018.
The broader stock market has recovered quickly from early February's correction. Here's why stocks may stay in the green, for now.
The recently unveiled Urus is an SUV like you've never seen before. Here's what that means for the likes of Tesla, Lexus and Audi.
The only thing standing in the way of the success of the Trump Trade is the Trump economy, which is threatening to grow so fast that either the Federal Reserve or the bond market, or both, will consign to history the spectacular rise in stocks investors have enjoyed since Trump's election.
According to MKM Partners analyst Rob Sanderson, Amazon stock could rally to $1,750 per share.
Xbox console sales are back on the rise. Here are the numbers behind the iconic gaming console.
Kellogg, Mondelez, Campbell Soup and Conagra Brands highlighted their plans to sell to millennials.
Walmart short sellers have done well this month. The company's latest earnings release certainly helped their cause.
The streaming video platform beat fourth-quarter analyst estimates for both the top and bottom lines, but its sales outlook for the first quarter fell short.
Ford fired a top executive after an internal investigation revealed inappropriate behavior.