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The outcome of the Iowa caucuses could impact market sentiment, as traders watch big oil earnings and car sales Tuesday.
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Tomorrow new EU privacy rules to protect the data of Europeans may be unveiled. The crackdown could cost Internet giants millions.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explains why shares of Alphabet could see a large move after reporting earnings Monday.
Phil Rosenthal said his sitcom would not get on the air today, as television tries to pull in a younger audience.
NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:. Xerox Corp., up 52 cents to $9.75. Honeywell International Inc., up $5.23 to $103.20.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher on the last trading day of January, after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly adopted a negative interest rate policy.
New accounting will spotlight the profitability Google's hallmark products — and the cost of its edgier projects.
Mark Zuckerberg is in position to overtake Jeff Bezos as the world's fifth richest person.
Death Wish Coffee, a start-up with only 11 employees, is expecting a jolt in business after getting a free ad during the Super Bowl.
The popular click-and-collect strategy often drives incremental sales, but it can also weigh on retailers' profitability.
Debate over the 'cheap gas economic boost' question indicates just how unsure economists and investors are about the future.
For US tech executives there was no avoiding it: China's slowing growth had a big impact on quarterly earnings.
Here are the key questions investors need to ask about Amazon before they consider the stock, says Michael Yoshikami.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open on Friday after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly adopted a negative interest rate policy.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, as global markets shot up, following the decision by Japan's central bank to adopt negative interest rates for the first time ever.
The battle between the world's leading multinationals and governments looking for tax revenue has heated up over the past week, with Google in the spotlight.
Technology earnings from Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft have failed to stir up much optimism among "Fast Money" traders.
Data showing the economy barely grew in the fourth quarter could set the tone for markets Friday.