Today's Business News and Opinion
The Nasdaq 100 and the S&P 500 are flashing caution signs.
The markets had a head-scratching day on Tuesday. Who better than TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer to analyze what happened, and what to do next.
Industrial stocks aren't the only ones under pressure this week, take a look at consumer staples.
The skyrocketing spending on data centers has a lot to do with short-term needs as well as long-term opportunities. Chip and hardware suppliers can't complain.
Could $10,000 be on the horizon again? Here's what you need to know.
The Dow suffered as much as a 600-point drop in Tuesday trading. Here's what sent markets lower.
Stocks finished sharply lower Tuesday, as corporate earnings disappoint investors.
Harley-Davidson CEO Matthew Levatich talks to TheStreet about the company's first quarter and what's in store for the rest of 2018.
The stock market is looking real shaky. It goes beyond Tuesday's steep selloff. Here's some top analysis you need to read.
The conglomerate reports earnings of $2.50 per share on revenue of $8.3 billion, citing strong organic growth for the quarter.
The Deerfield, Ill.-based heavy machinery maker reports adjusted earnings of $2.82 a share on revenue of $12.9 billion.
Qualcomm's takeover bid for NXP is awaiting approval from Chinese regulators.
The defense and aerospace giant reports earnings of $4.02 a share on revenue of $11.64 billion.
Ionity is aiming to open 400 'ultra fast' charging networks in Europe by 2020. Should it do so, it could rival Tesla's Supercharging network. The question is, will it matter?
A survey says consumers trust Tesla to pull off its autonomous driving plans more than any other self-driving car stock. But does that really matter?
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Verizon, Procter & Gamble, IBM, Amazon and Alphabet.
The market isn't in that bad a shape despite the bears starting to circle. Here's why.
The U.S. bank's board overhaul has put five women on the bank's slate of 12 nominees for election to the board at an annual shareholder meeting Tuesday, including female Chair Betsy Duke. Women will account for 42% of the directors, a much-higher level than at rivals Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase.
Lilly's chairman and CEO David Ricks said in an earnings call that he was confident in the risk-benefit profile for both proposed doses of the new drug.
Apple's European and Asian suppliers are echoing increasing concern that waning smartphone demand will hit chip sales as the world's biggest tech company prepares for a pivotal second quarter earnings report.
With yields on the benchmark 10-Year Treasury flirting with 3%, investors tend to question stocks paying a similar dividend yield.
Doubleline's Gundlach Launches Facebook Short Campaign, Greenlight's Einhorn believes Assured Guarantee has massive losses "baked in" while Bill Ackman Protégé Scott Ferguson eyes a break up of Britain's WhitBread plc.
Incredibly, after more than a 22% top to bottom free-fall, this name appears to be technically unbroken.
First quarter earnings season is off to a strong start, led by upbeat reports from several big-name companies.
A handful of less-than-stellar results from Apple suppliers sends the company's stock plunging.
Apple will definitely be making it rain for investors this year when it comes to cash allocation. Wall Street would be wise to keep this in mind before sending the stock any lower.
So what does a company specializing in heavy machinery share in common with a very hungry insect. Watch to find out.
U.S. stock futures rise while the yield on the 10-year Treasury flirts with 3%; Alphabet beats first-quarter earnings and revenue expectations but there are concerns about rising costs at the search giant; 3M, Coca-Cola and Caterpillar report earnings.
Did you miss Alphabet's earnings report? These are the headlines you must know Tuesday morning.
The Coca-Cola Chief Financial Officer Kathy Waller is an American business success story. TheStreet talks with her about how more women could follow her career path.
Fortunately, Larry Page and Serge Brin had a change of heart before everyone's favorite search engine became mainstream.
Alphabet shares are set to rise firmly at the start of trading Tuesday after the Google parent company posted a stronger-than-expected set for first quarter earnings and eased investor concerns over its surging cost base.
SAP, Europe's biggest tech company, posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings and boosted its full-year sales outlook as its cloud computing business continues to challenge larger U.S. rivals.
Sears CEO Eddie Lampert has decided to send a letter to Sears. Wait, huh?
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The Houston-based Halliburton reported adjusted earnings of 41 cents per share on revenue of $5.74 billion for the first quarter.
Semiconductors are lower Monday.
The S&P 500 finished slightly higher, up just 0.01%.
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Facial recognition has been banned in the E.U. since 2012, but Facebook's technology made an error.
One firm estimates that 8 million cars with level 3 or higher autonomous driving capabilities will be sold in 2025. Will it prove too conservative?
Jim Cramer and our other experts discus China and tariffs, the 10 year nearing 3%, technical analysis, and biotech stocks.
Tesla's CEO has a complex form of control over the battery powered car company through his 22% equity stake on the one hand, and the company's super-majority voting rules on the other.
Tesla announced 7.2 billion miles have been driven globally by its electric cars. That points to a ramp up in sales for Tesla's energy arm.
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'I really love my Tesla. I'm in the future. Thank you Elon,' Kanye West tweets.
Rusal, which produces about 6% of the world's aluminum, could soon get some relief from the U.S. Treasury.
Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft earnings will be the most important reports this week - more so than Facebook.
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has said every Ferrari sold from 2019 on will offer hybrid tech. Could this be the first big step?