When Netflix reports quarterly results after the bell Wednesday the most important number to watch is streaming subscribers.
With some of the biggest names in the technology industry slated to report earnings this week, the sector could be key to the current stock rally.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why big tech earnings could lead to a selloff in the QQQ.
Even after disappointing retail numbers, consumer discretionary stocks hit an all-time high. Traders still think there's room to go.
Harper Lee's new novel 'Go Set A Watchman' breaks sales records in its first day on the shelves at book stores and retailers.
One of the biggest names in professional poker is just one day away from getting to the sport's biggest stage.
Amazon's cloud-computing division is setting its sights on North Carolina as the site for its largest wind farm project.
In a note to clients, Morgan Stanley recommended investors buy a group of stocks it expects to rally on earnings.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Uber, is now out of the running to acquire Here, - Nokia's digital mapping service - according to people with knowledge of the talks.
Microsoft's effort to catch Amazon.com in cloud computing is getting some "fanatical support" from Rackspace.
Like many artists, Swift realizes that the promotional value of YouTube is as important as radio, and it's a key revenue driver.
Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets gives CNBC his preview of how some of these tech companies will fare in the second half of the year.
Paramount Pictures will make some movies available for home viewing two weeks after their theatrical release, instead of the typical three months.
Faced with competing against at home entertainment like Netflix, theaters are adapting to provide more of a 'going out' experience.
Gamers-turned-content creators are raking it in as demand for online video focused on video games grows.
Wal-Mart made headlines when it announced its Made in the USA program, but it's still hard to say what impact the effort is having.
As the companies prepare to go their separate ways for the first time in 13 years, investors are split over the growth and value options.
Online shoppers get ready to spend, spend, spend, for Black Friday is coming early this year as part of Amazon’s 20th birthday celebrations.
Even if you're not a sports fan, many team credit cards are still offer lush cash-back benefits and low interest rates.