Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. futures and European stocks tanked today, after Chinese equities plunged 7 percent overnight, triggering a trading session halt.
Instacart and HotelTonight are among the latest tech start-ups to announce layoffs as belts tighten heading into 2016.
Consumer discretionary is set for another great year in 2016, traders say.
Yardeni Research's Ed Yardeni gives his 2016 outlook and S&P price target on the Halftime Report.
With a new year and a major technology conference on the immediate horizon, what new trends can consumer expect?
A crop of start-ups are moving to disrupt key retail sectors by offering customized products on a larger scale.
Following a disappointing 2015, analysts are cautious on the retail sector heading into 2016.
As the bull market tries for a seventh year, don't count on this year's outperformers to continue their stellar gains.
Cable and satellite TV providers will have a challenging year as they continue to lose customers to cheaper streaming video services.
Streaming providers have all played a part in resurrecting at least one beloved cult show. Question is, will this become popular in years to come?
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, whose company picked up two Golden Globes and two Emmy Awards in 2015, seeks to earn an Academy Award.
Tech stocks have soared in 2015 and according to one trader, the winning streak could continue heading into next year.
With a 135 percent rally, one could say that the stock has gone postal.
European equities finished lower on Wednesday as investors fretted over renewed weakness in global commodity markets.
Traders believe Netflix, Amazon and others could continue their runs into next year despite huge gains.
U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent higher in light volume trade Tuesday, as the tech sector led broad gains amid some stabilization in oil and commodity prices.
It's hard to beat the market when you're not on board with the best-performing companies.
UPS CEO David Abney dismissed the notion that UPS' large retail customers would be better off going it alone.
Stocks are set to fall 7 percent in the first quarter of 2016, according to Oppenheimer technical analyst Ari Wald. Here's why.