U.S. stocks turned negative as investors watched the elusive 20,000 mark for the Dow Jones industrial average slip away.
"Fast Money Halftime Report" traders Jon and Pete Najarian give their best strategies for 2017 and give some top picks.
Want this march to Dow 20,000 to be over? Here's how much you need to increase each component's market cap to push the index over the edge.
Corporate boards and executives are likely to use much of the cash to acquire businesses in the United States, to buy back their own stock or to pay down debt. NYT reports.
U.S. equities closed mostly flat ahead of Christmas, as the Dow tried again to reach the psychologically important level of 20,000.
Bill Gates has taken part in the Reddit's gift exchange for the past four years and he does not disappoint.
The Microsoft co-founder shares insights into the jobs of tomorrow.
Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street" he originally thought Nike would drive the index past the 20K level.
Mobile and PC gaming drove interactive entertainment revenues in 2016, while virtual reality got off to a slow start.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The families of three men killed at Orlando's Pulse gay nightclub have sued Twitter, Alphabet's Google, and Facebook in federal court.
Nike, FedEx, and Microsoft stocks are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
Reddit user Aerrix Laurel was "flabbergasted" when she received a large package from the Microsoft founder last Friday.
A lesson in soft skills helped founder Manny Medina get ahead.
TipRanks presents the top 10 stock ideas for next year from the five best-performing tech analysts of 2016.
The Nasdaq 100 hit a fresh all-time intraday high, while the three major indexes closed within 0.75 percent of their record highs.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer and the “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss where the market is heading into year-end.
Twitter, Facebook, Apple, Google, IBM, Uber and Microsoft have refused to hand over data to build a database of Muslim-Americans, Recode reports.
The U.S. intelligence community will soon disclose an estimate of the number of Americans whose electronic communications have been caught in the crosshairs of online surveillance programs.
Jim Cramer thinks the Dow 20,000 is silly, but if the market's going to get there, it could do so on the backs of these stocks.