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Stocks were higher Wednesday, led by consumer discretionary stocks, as encouraging reports on jobs and the services sector fueled hopes for the recovery.
Time Warner reported its fastest growth in two years and CEO Jeff Bewkes says media is back: "We're looking at a very strong performance in the middle of this economic situation."
According to CNBC’s Kate Kelly, Goldman Sachs could spin off at least part of its proprietary trading operations as early as this month. Should you buy now?
Stocks opened higher Wednesday after a pair of reports offered some encouragement on the struggling job market. Should investors focus on fundamentals or technicals? Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3live.com, and David Kotok, chairman and CIO at Cumberland Advisors and CNBC contributor, discussed their insights.
S&P futures rose 5 points following a better-than-expected ADP employment report. The firm reported a slightly better-than-expected gain of 42,000 private sector jobs (vs. up 39,000 expected) in July, giving hope of a better government July jobs report on Friday.
A top executive of Research In Motion, the Canadian company that makes BlackBerry smartphones, said on Tuesday that his company would not give in to pressure from foreign governments to provide access to its customers’ messages.
The Mad Money host goes "Off the Charts" to see what's in store for his favorite stock.
There's "big money" in this space, Cramer said.
The company, which owns a 25 percent share in the BP well that spewed oil into the Gulf of Mexico for a significant portion of the year, said it earned 49 cents a share, excluding one-time items.
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According to the Financial Times, Motorola is developing a digital tablet device. Could it be an iPad killer?
Was the Street impressed or underwhelmed by the new BlackBerry Torch, which debuted on Tuesday?
Can the market possibly continue to climb when P&G, Colgate and other giants suggest the consumer is cutting back?
Stocks ended lower Tuesday, led by consumer discretionary and materials, amid disappointment in the latest round of earnings and economic reports. Pfizer rose, but P&G fell.
Once again it seems market headwinds are whipping down Wall Street. Is the uptrend still alive?
There aren’t many sacred cows left in computing – the beige box, CRT and floppy drive are dead. But the mouse has remained. Until now.
Smartphones are the hottest thing in the tech world these days, and no company has been in the game longer than Research in Motion. Unfortunately for RIM (and its shareholders), it's beginning to look its age. The messaging-centric approach that helped the company beat early rivals Microsoft and Palm for dominance in the market now looks like a liability.
Stocks pulled back on Tuesday, after rallying to a 10-week high in the previous session. What is driving the big market movements? Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab discussed her insights.
Here's a roundup of corporate earnings reports for Tuesday. Aug. 3.
I have noticed that Apple delivers many familiar products and services in formats that are much lower in carbon content than the ones they replace, so maybe it can deliver an app that solves the problem of climate change and an energy inefficiency.