"The conditions that were supporting a rise in the first six weeks [of the fourth quarter] are still in place into year-end," JPMorgan's Tom Lee says.
Not even $3 billion could convince Snapchat's founders to go work for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, but it was a better week for Amazon and Apple.
As Wall Street seeks more complex ways to make a buck, the political-intelligence business has been seeing big benefits. Mother Jones reports.
China has a word for its flashy new rich: Tuhao (tu means “crass” and “hao” means rich). And it’s quickly gaining global traction.
McDonald's is launching a new experiment with premium-quality, build-your-own-burgers, The Orange County Register reported.
Cisco became the one of the first companies to state publicly that sales were down as a result of disclosures by the former NSA contractor.
General Motors is recalling nearly 15,000 Chevrolet Malibu sedans from model year 2013 and more than 44,000 from model year 2014.
Financial advisors agree that the earlier clients begin their 2014 tax planning, the more opportunities they may have to slash tax liabilities.
Following the sale of The Washington Post, yet another big publishing brand name is looking to put itself on the block.
Stocks are showing virtually no signs of fear that the Affordable Healthcare Act's dismal debut may have more widespread repercussions.
There are some signs of increased investor focus on the eastern European emerging markets in recent months.
Defense contractor Lockheed Martin said it plans to cut 4,000 jobs, or more than 3 percent of its workforce, to cope with declines in U.S. spending.
Despite Europe's austerity measures dominating the news, the U.S. has implemented a stricter program of fiscal tightening since 2010, a new report claims.
Social tensions in the Middle East and North Africa will dominate the international agenda next year, according to new global survey.
For Comcast subscribers, it would provide a way to purchase movies they can watch anytime through a TV, computer or mobile devices.
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers terminated its proposal to buy Men's Wearhouse, although Jos. A. Bank did not rule out another bid for its larger rival.
Passengers are spending more at airports, due in part to unique offerings. In 2012 travelers spent $630 million on retail items in U.S. terminals.
Sake bombs, Flaming Tiger rolls and the $5 coffee before the craft brewery pub crawl: How the oil boom is changing Williston, North Dakota.
Wal-Mart forecast a disappointing Thanksgiving-to-Christmas season, saying it expects sales to be flat, and Kohl's said it would spend more on ads.
Gap’s high-end activewear brand Athleta could emerge as the biggest winner from Lululemon’s quality control questions.