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Here's five dumb things that happened on Wall Street, running the gamut from Research in Motion to coffee.
Concern about an effective European bailout has decimated U.S. investor sentiment, causing them to ignore an earnings season that shows stocks offer a great value right now, say analysts.
Almost all bank websites will prominently disclose the fees they don't charge. Identifying the fees they do charge is much more difficult, USA Today reports.
In his last years, Steven P. Jobs veered from exotic diets to cutting-edge treatments as he fought the cancer that ultimately took his life, according to a new biography to be published on Monday. The New York Times reports.
If it weren’t for Europe, the U.S. stock market would be higher, the “Mad Money” host says. And he’s got 10 reasons why.
Microsoft's earnings hit Wall Street's target and revenue beat, helped by strong sales of its Office applications package. Still, shares skidded.
We've had quite a few dress rehearsals for the end of the world but this one could be it! Here are some tips for the end. The Four Horsemen? Yeah, turns out, they're My Little Ponies.
Earlier this week, Sports Business Journal broke the story that the NFL was starting a venture capital fund, with the owners willing to put in at least $32 million to invest in businesses. I knew I needed to comment on this, but, to be honest, I didn't think I was the most qualified. For that, I went to Dan Shanoff of Quickish, a media company focused on short-form, real-time news curation and discovery.
Apple’s stock was hammered after the company reported a rare miss in earnings. So the “Fast” traders debate whether this pullback is a buying opportunity.
Apple posted a rare miss on both earnings and revenue as far fewer iPhones were sold during the quarter than expected. Shares tumbled after-hours.
Jim Cramer, and his researcher, Nicole Urken, discuss what the latest earnings from IBM, EMC and Google—and the upcoming Apple results—mean for tech.
These are tough economic times and you know what that means? No, that doesn’t mean it’s time for a hug. That means it’s time to suck it up, son! It’s time for manvertising, baby.
Handset maker Motorola Mobility isn't waiting for its merger with Google to be completed to introduce a host of products aimed at the consumer and business markets.
This company is the next big play in the cloud computing space, according to Goldman Sachs. But do the "Fast" traders think it's a buy?
Apple's new CEO Tim Cook has an unenviable job stepping into the shoes of tech icon Steve Jobs, but he has plenty of scope to make his mark on the company built by his mentor.
Starting Tuesday, the company will hold its annual conference for software developers, to persuade them to build apps for new BlackBerrys and PlayBook tablets. The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis has the rundown on Friday's market activity, and discussing if this is the end of a bear market run, and whether stocks are set to soar, with James Bianco, Bianco Research; Steven Cortes, Veracruz; and Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington.
U.S. stocks posted their biggest weekly gains since July 2009, with the S&P 500 rising 6 percent. Energy, technology and material companies were among the best performers.
Stocks rallied in the final hour of trading to close at their highest levels Friday, with all three major indexes logging a 10-week high, amid optimism the euro zone would find a solution to its debt crisis.
Within the new iPhone lies a very special element that heralds the next generation in smartphones. This element could have a titanic effect on mobile commerce in the months to come and, overall, points to a much larger trend for which few can even begin to fully define its future business impact.