Alibaba founder Jack Ma surprised potential investors at an event in New York by addressing governance concerns over the Chinese e-commerce giant.
In one of the longest prison sentences for insider trading, SAC's Martoma was also ordered to forfeit $9.38 million by a federal judge in New York.
Despite environmental concerns some Northeastern and North Central U.S. towns seek the jobs and economic growth that fracking can provide. The New York Times reports.
As Alibaba prepares to list on the New York stock exchange later this month, some analysts argue that its main rival JD.com could offer a better bet.
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
Olive Garden is about to try a pretty outlandish gimmick to lure folks in the door: pasta up the kazoo. USA Today reports.
The White House can help stem inversions, but issue must be addressed by Congress, says Rep. Van Hollen.
Scottish independence: The new worry for equities. It has driven the pound down against the dollar.
Menswear is definitely having a moment—and the excitement was palpable during the first few days of New York Fashion Week.
The NFL responds to a report that it didn't ask a casino for video showing Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator.
Mexico's stock exchange said it suspended trading, without giving additional information.
General Mills will acquire organic food producer Annie's for about $820M in cash as it works to boost its presence in the natural food space.
Cramer's proprietary research has uncovered some big reasons to feel bullish about a previously unloved sector.
Sagework's Brian Hamilton explains why he thinks the Alibaba IPO is a good buy.
The European Union said the sanctions' entry into force would be delayed to leave time to assess whether a cease-fire in Ukraine is holding.
Facebook said it hit 100 million monthly active users in Africa, providing a glimpse into its strategy to scale in fast-growing markets.
Gilead is already among the 10 best performers in the Nasdaq 100 this year. So can anything slow this behemoth down? If you ask the analysts, it sounds unlikely.
The home, believed to now be America's most expensive public listing, has set a new high-water mark for real estate.
Goldman Sachs upgraded this financial institution, saying it can finally focus on operational improvements as legal issues recede.
David Marcus, who has led Juilliard's endowment out of financial crisis losses with the help of Wall Street execs, is set to depart.