Today's Business News and Opinion
The Pokémon Go seller blames a stronger yen and weaker sales for the downgrade.
Adding AAPL's 1 billion+ users to the mix makes lot of sense.
U.S. stock futures point to a second day of losses on Wall Street as Apple shares slide after it issues a slightly disappointing gross margin outlook; Chipotle's third-quarter sales plunge.
Amazon and Alphabet report their earnings on Thursday near all-time highs, Facebook and Alibaba report on Nov. 2.
The medical devices company is likely to stick to small- to mid- sized M&A unless it finds itself the target.
The luxury division enjoys its best quarterly performance in three years, helped by a rise in online sales.
Strong drug sales allow the German group to increase its full-year earnings forecast, while wilting crop science revenue pose more questions about the wisdom of buying Monsanto.
But the U.K. lender stands by its financial targets and reports better-than-expected capital generation in the third quarter.
With many already predicting healthy iPhone 7 sales, a slight EPS beat and above-consensus sales guidance weren't enough to prevent profit taking.
On Wednesday, October 26, Tesla releases third quarter results after the markets close.
Chipotle execs have uncorked a host of new initiatives to reignite growth, perhaps in an attempt to appease activist investor Bill Ackman.
Jack Dorsey's beleaguered social media company is reportedly planning to eliminate 8% of its workforce, as its pool of interested suitors shrinks.
Shares of the U.S.-based sportswear maker tanked after reporting its slowest sales growth in six years.
Chipotle reported another disastrous quarter.
Investors in AT&T appear skittish about the acquisition of Time Warner as the stock has tumbled. The increase in volatility can be a "blessing for option sellers.
The restaurant operator is throwing in the towel on its Asian food concept Shophouse.
Vertex hopes the new drugs will improve on the efficacy and tolerability of Orkambi, the first combination therapy approved for cystic fibrosis in 2015.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson wants to show consumers and politicians that his $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner will give customers choice and lower costs.
Yes, premiums are increasing a whopping 25%, but you need to arm yourself with the right information to curb your costs.
Stocks were in the red through to the end of the day on Tuesday after sales warnings from Caterpillar and Under Armour spooked investors.
Visa's shares are down despite a strong fourth quarter earnings report, but there are still plenty of reasons for investors to stick with the market-leading card processor.
With a pair of Phase III trials coming up for its dermatological drug, Novan CEO Nate Stasko says the company is merely piercing the skin of its long-term potential.
With virtual reality goggles and electronics specialists on hand, Target is trying to reverse weak electronics sales this holiday season.
Target plans more product exclusives this holiday season in an effort to better compete with online rivals such as Amazon.
Stocks hold lower as third-quarter earnings season barrels forward with a dump of quarterly reports on Tuesday.
If Hillary Clinton garners more than 50% of the popular vote come November 8, she'll be overcoming a hurdle her husband never did.
Despite consumer trends away from sugar-laden soda, the Oracle of Omaha is betting big on this beverage maker. Should smaller investors be bullish on shares as well?
Ahead of third-quarter earnings, Alphabet (GOOGL) stock is rising. Here's why you should get in on this stock now -- and hold it forever.
The U.S. general election represents significant political risk for markets, but the range of possible policy and market outcomes under Clinton is likely narrow.
Low interest rates entice seniors to take mortgages, but experts ask: is this really good financial planning? The answer is: sometimes yes.
Don't expect a Clinton "relief rally" because the markets have considered her the favorite all along,
Whether its because of the Mad Men phenomena or the belief that the economy is slowly improving, spirits sales are on the rise.
Consumer confidence takes a hit in October, due to rising prices and the upcoming election, according to one economist.
Two months after Mondelez called off its bid for Hershey, here's the latest thinking on confectioners' marriages.
Jim Cramer shares his latest take on shares of Lululemon Athletica.
What should investors expect from Tesla's upcoming quarterly results?
Jim Cramer prefers Coca Cola over PepsiCo when it comes to growth.
Shares of Under Armour were lower Tuesday despite posting an earnings beat for the quarter.
Shares of General Motors were lower during Tuesday's session despite posting results that topped estimates in the latest quarter.
Spirit CEO Bob Fornaro says the airline needs new airplanes to keep its growth rate high and will look at the Bombardier C-100.
Shares of Lockheed Martin were higher Tuesday after reporting a massive earnings beat.
U.S. stocks were once again in the red after a choppy morning Tuesday as a sales warning from Under Armour dragged down other apparel stocks.
Telecom equipment makers such as Ciena and Juniper Networks could suffer if AT&T chooses to prioritize capital spending on content rather than on its network.
Caterpillar shares were slightly higher Tuesday after posting mixed quarterly results.
A U.S District Court judge has approved a $14.7 billion settlement that will see VW buying back 475,000 diesel-powered cars.
The dollar has strengthened over the past few months, largely because of Brexit.
Buffalo Wild Wings is in an "insurgent situation" that needs to be addressed when it reports earnings after the bell Wednesday, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
The retail chain has increased its dividend each year for nearly a half-century.
Jim Cramer believes AT&T's core business is losing ground and that's why it is going shopping.
Increasing regulatory scrutiny could weigh on shares of Google parent Alphabet, says Jim Cramer.