The Nasdaq staged a more than 2 percent rally back from the brink of correction territory Tuesday in the biggest one day turnaround in five years.
Starbucks said it decided to move its European headquarters to the U.K. from the Netherlands following criticism over its low tax payments, The Times reported.
Ukrainian government forces and separatist pro-Russian militia staged rival shows of force in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday.
Japan-based bitcoin exchange has had its plans to rebuild the company rejected by a Tokyo court and has been placed into administration.
Fed speak may trump a bundle of big earnings reports and economic data expected Wednesday, guaranteeing another volatile trading day.
As the Nasdaq nears the -10% correction level, a number of major Nasdaq-100 stocks are down even farther—bear market territory, or a loss of 20%.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is expected to file the prospectus for its U.S. initial public offering next week, sources said on Wednesday.
Intel posted quarterly earnings Tuesday that edged past expectations, while revenue was slightly below estimates. Shares rose in extended-hours trading.
Yahoo shares, which are down roughly 15 percent since the start of the year, rose about as much as 8 percent in after-hours trading.
Start-ups often find it tough to protect their ideas, especially when faced with so-called "clone factories." But most are unfazed.
Is gold going to $1,000 or $5,000? Peter Schiff and Paul Krake do battle over that question.
Shares of Twitter closed up nearly 12 percent Monday after the company said it was buying Gnip and announced a key hire from Google.
It may be one of the biggest cities in the country, but Boston was a small town on Tuesday as it mourned the losses it suffered in carnage a year ago.
Bill Ackman wants the world to have a better understanding of why people act the way they do.
Ukrainian forces launched a "special operation" on Tuesday against separatist militia in the Russian-speaking East.
The Obama administration on Tuesday told Beijing it was watching the value of China's currency closely.
Veteran trader Art Cashin says 10-year Treasury bonds are once again setting the tone for Tuesday's rout on Wall Street.
The effects of Obamacare will be difficult to measure as the Census Bureau is changing its annual survey. NYT reports.
While stocks aren't as cheap as they were a year ago, Bill Nygren made four new portfolio additions.
The Fed should "explicitly" say it will keep rates near zero until the economy is within a year of reaching Fed goals, a policymaker said.