Today's Business News and Opinion
Dreadful quarters from Whole Foods are becoming commonplace.
The e-commerce giant should be able to pull off a solid quarter should retail and web services growth hold up.
Facebook beat Wall Street estimates posting second quarter earnings of $0.97 a share on revenue of $6.44 billion.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay accounts for 75% of contactless payments in the U.S. Facebook blows off 7 IRS summonses.
Easing worries over the economy helped to pull stocks out of the red, at least temporarily.
The gig economy is booming at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week, just as it was at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week.
Twitter's guidance suggests weak user growth and intense social ad competition have caught up with it. Investors appear to be running out of patience.
BMN 270 is one of the most important drugs in Biomarin's research pipeline and key driver of future revenue and earnings.
Slow economic growth in Europe is making U.S. technology firms more attractive as takeout plays, says David Golden, partner at Revolution Ventures.
Slow economic growth in Europe is making U.S. technology firms more attractive as takeout plays.
The bottom rungs of the high yield bond market are too pricey after the run-up since February, but the higher quality issues are still worth buying and holding.
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.
These two financial services behemoths share many similarities and both are poised for growth. But which one is the better bet?
A small group of Alzheimer's patients treated with Anavex 2-73 are exhibiting signs of memory loss, faltering cognition and inability to take care of themselves over time.
Donald Trump's economic policies are not what the U.S. needs, according to one prominent economist in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention. Here's why.
Ad revenue growth is expected to drive Facebook earnings, which are set for release Wednesday.
Twitter and Apple both faced low earnings expectations. Doug Kass looks at how they fared.
Is the stock finally ready to rise after treading water?
Cramer is 'encouraged' by what has the makings of momentum in high-profit, high-growth and highly predictable recurring revenue streams.
Donald Trump, like many politicians, takes advantage of the blurriness of media law to use songs such as Queen's 'We Are The Champions' despite protests by the artists themselves.
Twitter's disappointing earnings didn't help the social media site at all, as these charts show.
We believe the company is well on its way to spiraling out of control.
Two relatively new product lines gave Apple a sales boost against a backdrop of low expectations.
We all know that alcohol and driving don't mix, which is why Ford Motor's decision to team up with tequila producer Jose Cuervo caught our attention.
Interest rates headed up or down? Follow our live coverage of the July meeting of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy committee.
The global recovery continues apace, but it is shaky and vulnerable to a multitude of risks. XPO Logistics benefits from the economic recovery, without being overly dependent on it.
Mobile, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp and Oculus all appear to be doing well, but the social media giant faces tough quarterly comparisons.
Instagram and Oculus have been fun to watch, but Facebook's advertising business has been the driver behind the stock's 16 percent rise so far in 2016.
Jim Cramer breaks down Coca-Cola's earnings which he says are not as good as PepsiCo's numbers.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Facebook and Alphabet.
Apple surprised Wall Street to the upside in its second quarter report because analysts misread supplier inventories and demand for iPhone parts, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer was disappointed with Twitter's latest quarterly earnings call.
Twitter is hoping fresh content will lure new users and advertisers alike, because nothing else is.
After taking a breather from a rally, this undervalued tobacco giant is now a smart buy in an overbought market.
Jim Cramer believes shares of Boeing are set to move higher following the company's second quarter profit report.
Boeing shares jumped Wednesday after the aircraft manufacturer reported a narrower second-quarter loss than analysts were expecting.
Jim Cramer is watching Linear Technology after Analog Devices agreed to buy the company for $14.8 billion.
Hawkish Fed governors have their opportunity to make the case for higher rates after this recent slew of positive economic news, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says Panera is doing very well as it continues to roll out new technology to improve the customer experience and increase ordering speed.
U.S. stocks were mixed as losses in Coca-Cola offset big gains for Apple.
Shares of Caterpillar may turn out to be a 'buy' despite it's disappointing earnings, according to Jim Cramer.
Coca-Cola results overseas were sluggish, notably in China.
The social media giant reports earnings today after the market closes. We sort through the hype to tell you what to expect.
Stocks turn mixed by mid-morning Wednesday as earnings-driven losses in Coca-Cola offset big gains for Apple.
If you think Hillary Clinton's headed to the White House, you may want to bet accordingly.
The telecom company has long been buried beneath its competition. However, good news has analysts wondering if a turnaround is in the cards.
These 10 dividend aristocrat stocks offer an average high yield of 3% and have increased dividends for 46 consecutive years on average.
Each of these high quality dividend growth stocks has increased its dividend by at least 20% per year over the last five years.
U.S. stocks gained steam Wednesday, buoyed by upbeat quarterly results from Apple.