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US stocks added to gains Wednesday after several economic reports — jobless claims and consumer sentiment — seemed to indicate an improving economy. Ahead of the Thanksgiving weekend, Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Sevices, offered CNBC his market insights.
Desperate to make up for gains missed this year, Cramer said money managers are going after high-growth names like these.
Christie's has auctioned off an Apple I from 1976, the first product from the company. It sold for $230,000.
Trading in shares of the Janus Capital Group have been halted, apparently in anticipation of an announcement that federal authorities are looking at Janus as part of their insider trading dragnet.
Investors are wondering which retailer could be the next takeover target, given J. Crew Group said Tuesday it will be taken private. The traders weigh in.
Sean Parker, the entrepreneur behind Napster and Facebook now turned investor, has been thinking a lot about innovation — or the lack of it — in the United States. The New York Times reports.
Restaurateur and author Danny Meyer explains how loyalty to customer breeds return loyalty to company.
Not only does it level the playing field, Cramer said, it teaches a good lesson.
Stocks clawed back, but still ended mixed, as techs and retailers rose in the final half hour of trading and the market continued to digest a potential insider trader scandal as well as a lack of clarity over the direction of financially troubled European countries. BofA and JPMorgan fell, while HP rose.
Stocks pared losses Monday afternoon as techs and retailers rose in the final half hour of trading as the market continued to digest a potential insider trader scandal as well as a lack of clarity over the direction of financially troubled European countries. BofA and JPMorgan fell, while HP rose.
Plus, a call on the market’s top high-growth stocks.
The American media magnate and CEO of News Corp, Rupert Murdoch and Apple CEO, Steve Jobs worked secretively to create a tablet-based news outlet operating out of the 26th floor of the News Corp building.
With Netflix more than 200% higher ytd, when will this trade crash and burn? Oprah Winfrey may be waving you out, right now.
How you get the news matters—particularly to finance professionals, not just accuracy but speed.
Discount retailer TJ Maxx certainly created a lot of buzz this past weekend by offering Apple's iPads for $399—yes, that's right $100 off the tablet computer's usually price. The stunt points out a lot of trends about this year's holiday shopping season.
The workplace needs more than a little "tweaking." Customers are frustrated, brands are unraveling, executive turnover is accelerating and workers are disgruntled. Now more than ever according to award-winning author Stephen Denning, what we need now is a radically different kind of management.
Odds are you’re going to buy or receive a gadget this holiday season. Consumer electronics are always one of the top gift items in December, but the rush to get the latest gadget sometimes prevents people from thinking things through completely. Here are a few easy tricks that make electronics shopping—and the early days of owning these devices—a bit more bearable.
Less than a year after shuttering Gourmet magazine, Conde Nast Publications is serving up seconds. Rather than returning to newsstands the magazine is available only on Apple’s iPad. The food world's best-known brand has moved from the page to the screen.
This holiday season is setting up to be a real nail biter. Most holiday forecasts call for flat or just slightly higher sales than last year. But several factors may tip the scale. On the plus-side: there is a more upbeat mood among affluent consumers as well as a strong appetite for gadgets and electronics. On the downside: there is an uncertain economy, with unemployment stubbornly high, and a consumer who looks at spending quite differently than in the past. What will shift the balance?
Times are tough, and retailers are getting creative, wrapping their marketing campaigns in some unlikely packaging this year, from new “grab-and-go” gift shops at Macy’s to new flexible payment options at Sears.