Some high profile earnings beats by General Electric, Pepsico and Morgan Stanley helped counterbalance the hangover of Wednesday's big tech earnings misses.» Read More
It was a week of dramatic, even historic developments, sending the market hundreds of points in both directions, posing difficult calls for any trader, much less an average investor.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Visa and Copa Holdings popped while Sallie Mae and Winnebago dropped.
The battlelines have been drawn and now the selection begins. Who will make the cut in this year’s Fast Money Madness tournament?
Would you pay $19 billion for air? That’s the amount raised Tuesday in the most lucrative government auction in history. Why are Verizon, AT&T and Google in such a fight for frequency?
After a 4% surge in the index, the traders discuss which stocks are the best buys in tech.
It's a familiar refrain from strategists and fund managers, especially these days: Think long-term. Jensen Investment Management chairman Robert Millen and David Katz, chief investment officer of Matrix Asset Advisors, think that's the only way to go.
To call yourself one, you need cash. And these companies have it.
A research firm predicts that user demand for the Internet could outpace network capacity by 2011.
In Wednesday’s Web Extra find out how the traders are playing Cisco, Intel, Apple and UPS.
The Montgomery Tech conference is underway in Santa Monica, Calif. This is where the big media, tech, and telecom giants come to check out the 160 independent firms presenting their businesses. Cisco, Microsoft, IBM, Google, Disney, News Corp. -- 100 "buyers" in total are here checking out the start-ups and weighing investment possibilities.
The Federal Reserve's liquidity announcement injected life into stocks Tuesday, and the Dow jumped more than 150 points. To give investors an edge, CNBC asked market experts for their best trades in this market.
Everybody's waiting for the market to turn around, so where should your investment money be positioned right now? David Sowerby, chief market analyst and portfolio manager for Loomis Sayles makes a strong case for technology.
Stocks lost ground as oil reached another new high and Gov. Eliot Spitzer is accused in news reports of being involved with a prostitution ring. What's the word on the Street?
Chip maker Texas Instruments lowered its outlook for quarterly earnings and revenue in the first quarter on weaker than expected chip demand and its shares fell as much as 5.5 percent.
Stocks are mixed today, but the Dow is down more than 2.5 percent for the week. CNBC asked the pros for advice on helping investors protect their portfolios in these uncertain market times.
Communications equipment maker Ciena Corp posted a higher-than-expected rise in quarterly profit Friday and gave an outlook above market expectations, saying strong demand for faster networks helped it avoid being hurt by a weaker economy.
"I think there's lots of good ideas in a market that's difficult," George Shipp of Scott & Stringfellow told CNBC. He spoke at the end of a difficult week, following the release of difficult jobs data, with the economy and the market still facing difficult credit challenges.
Steve Jobs wants you to use his iPhone for business instead of your BlackBerry. Can Apple take a bite out of Research In Motion's market share?
Stocks clawed their way back to close higher Wednesday after a rollercoaster day of trading loaded with news.
Stocks pulled back in afternoon trading Wednesday, led by financials, as news on Ambac trickled out.