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In midday trading, stocks inched higher for a fourth day Friday, putting the markets on-track for the best week of trading in more than a year.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt repeatedly emphasized to me in conversations at the Allen & Co. Conference in Sun Valley that he does not see the world as a zero-sum game. And he sees partnership opportunities even from perceived rivals.
Stocks pushed higher after a weak start Friday as banks bounced bank. After a three-day rally, stocks are on track for their best week in over a year.
As earnings season draws near, should you position for upside surprises? Or will results confirm current valuations?
China today announced its renewed Google's business license, and last night I got some perspective from Google CEO Eric Schmidt on what this means for Google's strategy in the world's largest Internet market.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt said he stands by his decision not to agree with China's censorship of its Web site.
The patent-holding company that won a settlement of more than $600 million from the maker of the BlackBerry is suing six other makers of phones and phone software.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a negative open Friday after three straight sessions of gains for the major averages and ahead of the start of third-quarter earnings season next week.
With a new flagship showroom about to open, the company is striving to overcome price disadvantages and an underground market, to grab a bigger share of China’s fast-growing consumer electronics business. The NYT reports.
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A third straight day of gains had the bulls claiming victory over the bears. But how long will it last?
Sure, cutting off cable service sounds promising, if only for the money you’ll save. But online TV is so fragmented and incomplete that finding a favorite show can be difficult. Watching a compete season of shows, particularly if you want those shows without paying for them, is even harder.
Stocks pulled back from a morning rally as declines in bank and chipmaker shares offset gains by some retailers and improvement in new claims for unemployment benefits.
Facebook, the social network service that started in a Harvard dorm room just six years ago, is growing at a dizzying rate around the globe, surging to nearly 500 million users, from 200 million users just 15 months ago. The New York Times reports.
It isn’t all about up, up, up, Cramer says.
Some traders were encouraged by Wall Street's gains but also cautious that the third up move in a 12-day stretch was the result of an oversold bounce that could quickly evaporate in the next volatile session
In anticipation of a snapback, Doug Kass returns to Fast and reveals three favorite bullish trades.
Once again the traders are closely watching 1040 as a key level on the S&P. If the market closes above it, should you start buying?
Stocks rose Wednesday as gains in financials and energy helped offset concerns about the economy. Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services, shared his market outlook.
David Kelly, chief market strategist at JPMorgan Funds, doesn't believe the U.S. economy is facing a double-dip recession.