Earnings are out for LinkedIn. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the details. CNBC senior markets commentator Mike Santoli and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, weigh in.
LinkedIn on Thursday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations.
Some states offer better protections for working parents, but high child-care costs can still crush your budget.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open on Thursday as traders focused on a host of earnings while digesting a rate cut by the Bank of England.
One of the last big blasts of second-quarter earnings news is expected Thursday, as traders watch to see if oil can hold its gains.
A cornerstone of the company's budding turnaround is Windows 10, which was released last year and which fixed many of the problems that made Windows 8 and 8.1 unpopular.
Another week, another big tech deal where Wall Street's top institutions didn't get a piece of the action.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Companies that treat their employees well do better in the long run, Redfin's CEO says.
Microsoft may have blown away Wall Street's earnings predictions, but it has another key challenge ahead.
"The Microsoft Cloud is seeing significant customer momentum," CEO Satya Nadella said.
Discussing Microsoft's better-than-expected quarterly earnings and guidance with Julie Goodridge, NorthStar Asset Management CEO & Founder, and Timothy Lesko, Granite Investment Advisors Principal.
A look at what investors should view when Microsoft reports quarterly results after the close, with CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
Boutique banks have increased their market share of M&A over big Wall Street firms year over year.
As the drumbeat around AI grows louder in tech, Wall Street will watch for IBM's progress with Watson in Monday's earnings.
Jim Cramer shares his game plan of stocks to watch next week.
After SunTrust analysts downgraded Twitter, sending shares down nearly 3 percent Monday, the stock is "a buzz kill", Jim Cramer said.
LinkedIn chairman Reid Hoffman explains why selling his company to Microsoft made sense.
It was simply too hard to compete with the public tech giants, said LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from the annual Sun Valley conference with the latest on big deals in tech and media.