The stock market is in striking distance of its all-time high and could get there in the next few sessions, despite fears about earnings.
Google is no stranger to EU regulators, but the latest charges could weigh heavily on the company if it is forced to make significant changes.
Investors long looked to Alcoa and Intel as earnings bellwethers, but that view is outdated. These companies are the best read on earnings.
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Your new unicorn is ... Docker. Goldman Sachs and others invested $95 million into the software developer.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Amazon launched X-Ray for Fire TV, allowing users to identify songs, actors or trivia, or to skip to specific scenes in real time.
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Comic book fans, both blind and sighted, are asking Netflix to provide audio descriptions for "Daredevil," a show about a blind superhero.
Daredevil may be a lesser-known Marvel superhero, but he could help Netflix add subscribers as it faces a growing host of rivals.
CNBC's Dominic Chu on an updated FAA approval to test out using drones for package deliveries.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on the legal tactics Amazon is taking to combat phony product reviews on its site.
Amazon has won approval to test a delivery drone outdoors, less than a month after it blasted regulators for being slow to approve testing.
Are you ready for the trading sprint that is earnings season? Goldman Sachs is.
The Apple Watch launch boosts the entire smartwatch category, including some wearables that cost half the price, reports CNBC.
Here are the stocks that will see way bigger moves than they have in the past, according to a new Goldman Sachs report.
Google wants to be everywhere (even outer space), and now the tech behemoth wants to stay closer to home. Your home.
Gillette and Schick have long owned the shaving market, but start-ups are wreaking havoc on the old guard with personalization and marketing.