Seven months after PayPal's spin-off from e-commerce giant eBay, the transition is going smoother than many might have thought, the CEOs tell CNBC.
Jim Cramer prepares investors for a rough week ahead in the Super Bowl of all earnings weeks.
With the Nasdaq headed for its worst month since 2008, the top U.S. tech companies prepare to address nervous investors.
The new space race is a game of thrones among three billionaires: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Richard Branson.
Jim Cramer goes down his checklist of events that must occur in order for the market to reach an investable bottom.
The most buzzed-about solutions at this year's National Retail Federation convention offered more tangible benefits.
One thing for certain about market corrections is eventually they'll stop. The problem, of course, is figuring out where.
Retailers are having trouble aligning their inventories with their marketing messages.
Amazon has fallen 15 percent year to date, and one technician says the stock is approaching some crucial levels of support.
Analysts give their expectations for Netflix in advance of its earnings report due after Tuesday's closing bell.
Netflix earnings: Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets analyst weighs in
Adobe's Digital Index found that online sales hit a record $83 billion in November and December, easily beating the firm's expectations.
Analysts are holding out hope that earnings will beat a lowered bar and that will help pull the market out of its worst new year slump ever.
The head of Europe’s competition watchdog has denied claims that it is unfairly targeting U.S. firms.
Warren Buffett is having a VERY bad day.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro analyzed the historical correlation between FANG stocks and the market.
The company's China subsidiary has received a license in the U.S. to operate as an ocean freight forwarder, Re/code reports.
We all fantasized about how we would spend the Powerball jackpot. Here's how "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian would invest it.
Virtual reality industry will be be bigger than TV, according to Goldman Sachs.
Analysts said Best Buy's dip to $26 represents a buying opportunity for investors, as its long-term recovery remains in tact.