But if the S&P 500 were to post a record close this afternoon, it would be the first time that's happened in each day of a trading week since March 1998.
Jim Cramer says stocks are in a "weird nirvana." Is your portfolio ready to embrace this strange new occurrence?
Non-techies laughed at Bitcoin as a gimmick, but after the Brexit vote and plunge in the pound, the cryptocurrency is making sense.
Airbnb has secured a $1 billion debt facility from some big U.S. banks to aid its new services and finance its expansion plans.
The US start-up valued at $25.5 billion that's rapidly becoming much less of a US company.
The San Francisco-based home-sharing giant is now active in 34,000 cities in 191 countries and has over 1 million listings on its platform.
Shareholder returns often come second to CEO pay increases, according to an analysis of Equilar's top 200-paid CEOs.
On average, the bosses of the biggest companies took home a 4.5-percent pay increase last year.
The typical S&P 500 CEO made $10.8 million, including bonuses, stock awards and other compensation, according to a study by Equilar for AP.
The seasonal summer downturn has given rise to the market adage "sell in May and go away." But if you choose carefully, you could stay — and profit.
Media mogul Barry Diller had some harsh words about Donald Trump.
There's more to be gleaned from events like the Sohn Investment Conference than a simple list of things to buy, sell, or hold.
Expedia Chairman Barry Diller shares his view on GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Expedia Chairman Barry Diller reflects on buying Expedia shortly after the September 11th attacks, and the impact of Airbnb's business model.
Travel scares, from Zika to the Brussels attacks may weigh on Priceline Group's first-quarter results.
CNBC’s Dominic Chu looks at the day's market action and some of the day's best performers, including Netflix, Amazon and Internet travel stocks.
Now that the top US technology companies have reported quarterly results, analysts are weighing in on the big themes.
Jim Cramer doesn't think brick and mortar are dead yet, even with Amazon taking share. It's changing fast, though.
Shares of Expedia rose more than 6 percent Friday after the company posted an unexpected profit in the first quarter.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on the slide this week in the NASDAQ as many tech earnings disappoint.