Jobs are being created, but Jim Cramer points out that digitization is changing the types of jobs out there.
Today's Fitbit downgrade suggests inventory problems could plague the company and Apple is emerging as the health play in the wearable technology space, says Jim Cramer
A major disruption is brewing in the coffee industry and Starbucks should take notice, according to La Colombe CEO Todd Carmichael.
Pepsi just lifted its full-year profit outlook, despite several major external threats.
U.S. stocks moved lower Thursday, despite Wednesday's agreement by OPEC to cut oil production.
Potential lack of product demand prompted an analyst to downgrade shares of Fitbit.
A Newsweek report says a company owned by Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump violated a trade embargo with Cuba in the 1990's.
Silver Wheaton CEO Randy Smallwood says his company is sitting on the world's best half-built gold mine, referring to his deal with Barrick Gold at the Pascual-Lama mine in Chile.
Oil prices are slightly lower this morning after rallying 5% Wednesday.