U.S. stocks ended little changed as investors eyed the jobs report and were on edge ahead of Greece's Sunday referendum.» Read More
Markets head into Friday watching and waiting to see if economic news outweighs geopolitical concerns, after Thursday's "risk off" selling spree.
With the second generation iPad hitting stores on Friday, Collin Gillis of BGC Financial explained why the tablet computer will continue to put Apple on top.
Stocks closed near session lows, and below psychologiclaly important levels, as global worries triggered by European sovereign debt and a slowing in Chinese growth escalated after news of violence against protesters in Saudia Arabia. Caterpillar and Exxon led decliners, while McDonald's rose.
SecondMarket is looking to tap into growing demand for shares in private companies that are waiting longer to IPO. We got a sneak peak at its new trading platform it is announcing tomorrow, which aims to overhaul how alternative investments are managed and traded.
With the S&P having fallen through a key technical level on Thursday, what levels should you be watching? The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Millionaires are more optimistic about the economy but unlike the rest of us, they don’t blow their whole paycheck on videogames and Little Debbie snack cakes. If you want to get rich, you're going to have to get off the couch.
SEC conflicts, economic data across continents and iPad fever. Here's some of what we’re watching — and therefore you should as well.
The explosion in cheap and free apps and social network games has devalued game development and could put the industry at risk.
Large-cap stocks should perform better than the mid-caps or small-caps in the third year of a bull market, according to Ronald Weiner, president and CEO of RDM Financial Group.
Here are some flourishes that hotel brands have added to distinguish their guest experience, including a few examples provided by TripAdvisor.com.
Smartphones soon will be as ubiquitous as the PCs we now take for granted. This means that related companies, and their shareholders, should see gains for many years to come.
The next frontier for digital music is not a tablet or a smartphone, but two items that have been part of everyday life for decades: the car and the television set. The New York Times reports.
Unless something truly untoward happens in Saudi Arabia, esteemed trader Dennis Gartman thinks current oil prices are 'sporty' at best.
A look at Google's drop below $600, with Mark Mahaney, Citi analyst.
Many economists are calling for China to overtake the US sooner rather than later. Not so, say Fast Money Traders, who see opportunities for growth and global industry leaders right here on American soil.
The bull market in stocks celebrates its second birthday this week amid unrest in the Middle East and soaring commodity prices, which has investors wondering if the winning streak can continue.
The iPad 2, unveiled on Wednesday, offers several sleek improvements over its predecessor. But its most attractive feature is perhaps the same one its predecessor had: the price tag. The New York Times reports.
Leave your man-purse behind, the iPad 2 suit is about to hit the market.
The "Fast Money" traders don't think so. Aside from buying Apple shares, here's how they recommend playing the tech giant.
Facebook, the social networking giant, is now valued at $65 billion and moving up 30 percent in the last six weeks, making it one of the most highly valued private companies out there today. This high valuation is a function of scarcity of shares that has created a supply, demand imbalance, according to one venture capitalist.