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Old-school tech stocks, like Hewlett-Packard, soar this week. One theory: Many of the super-growth tech names have maxed out.
While markets were watching the decision closely, many were also awaiting Janet Yellen's first news conference as Fed chair.
As winter fades to spring so will the ability of companies to keep using the weather as an excuse for weak performance.
Avenue Capital plans to sue the sandwich chain after it lost more than $200 million.
Stocks could move to new highs if Russia behaves, and if the Fed soothes on rates. Elsewhere, the dam is breaking on 2014's flood of IPOs.
Happy Wednesday. We soon find out whether the Who's proclamation, "meet the new boss, same as the old boss" holds true at the Federal Reserve.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
JPMorgan Chase agreed to sell its physical commodities business to Mercuria, catapulting the Swiss firm into the top tier of commodities traders.
The FOMC on Wednesday concludes its policy meeting, with any fireworks expected to come from Janet Yellen.
A recent Harvard study suggested that odd fashion choices earn more respect. Former trader Raj Mahal calls BS and says that would never fly on Wall Street!
Oracle is among the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Looking for a higher-paying job? The best idea these days may be just to get an internship in Silicon Valley.
Wall Street is mobilizing against a threat from an unusual source: a tax championed by a Republican lawmaker, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Basketball enthusiasts and the office pool pros that abound this time of year aren't the only ones feeling a little March Madness.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
SkyBridge's SALT Las Vegas has a lagging younger sibling, SALT Singapore.
Kermit the Frog tells CNBC he's not insulted about Wall Street's "muppet" investors.
A Queens, N.Y., man got more—a whole lot more—than he bargained for when he met up with a date he arranged through the OkCupid service.
The stock market's rally on Russian President Vladimir Putin's promise Tuesday not to go beyond Crimea is not warranted, said a leading money manager. But a Russian investor believes Putin.
CBOE said on Tuesday it will launch nearly around-the-clock trading for futures on its Volatility Index.
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