Clothing chain Uniqlo's parent announced Friday that it would let some employees clock-in just four days a week.
Netflix's new parental leave policy excludes workers in its DVD division.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final thoughts of the day.
Stocks limp into Friday technically weakened and vulnerable to more selling.
Eight big-name companies from the S&P 500 are currently trading at or near record highs, but should you sell the rip?
As the world migrates to code, AppDynamics is more than doubling annual sales by helping companies find, attack and prevent problems.
The American consumer has changed, and that's having a profound effect on where people are choosing to spend their money.
Shares of Netflix declined 8 percent in Thursday's selloff. Jason Helfstein, Oppenheimer, says this is an entry point "to accumulate" shares.
Jim Cramer has had enough complaining! Instead of worrying about the market downturn, he lists the stocks that should be bought.
A drop in "momentum" stocks is flashing a warning signal for the whole market, according to strategists.
Apple TV's relaunch may be timed perfectly thanks to these forces reshaping the media landscape, says Michael Yoshikami.
We are in the meat of earnings season for retailers, and there are very clear winners and losers emerging.
The path to "Sesame Street" just got a little longer for kids who watch the show via PBS.
These are the stocks that the best hedge fund managers you never heard of were buying last quarter.
Jay Dyer, "Club de Cuervos," discusses his new Spanish-language series on Netflix and what it's like creating content for binge watchers.
Fans are questioning whether 20th Century Fox can salvage its Fantastic Four franchise, or whether it will return to Marvel.
Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital is making changes to his stock picks. Which were bumped and which made their way to the top?
CNBC “Halftime Report” trader Josh Brown believes investors should sell shares of one of hottest momentum names on the market: Netflix.
Retail stocks are one of the best performing groups in the S&P, but within that group there are winners and losers.
Stocks are flat on the year, but those lucky names delivering secular growth have prospered.