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
TOYOTA CITY, Japan/ IRVINE, Calif., April 17- In 1997, Toyota caught its competitors by surprise with the revolutionary Prius, the first commercially successful gasoline-electric hybrid car. Toyota Motor Corp will next year launch a hydrogen-powered car in the United States, Japan and Europe.
In his quest for stock ideas, Jim Cramer often turns to entrepreneurs on the cutting edge.
*Coca-Cola and Johnson& Johnson rally after results. *Tesla and Netflix slide, but Twitter jumps after deal. NEW YORK, April 15- U.S. stocks ended a volatile session higher on Tuesday, lifted by gains in such blue-chip names as Coca-Cola and Johnson& Johnson, though persistent weakness in momentum names limited the Nasdaq's advance.
NEW YORK, April 15- U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday as early gains evaporated when momentum shares once again lost ground, overshadowing a jump in Coca-Cola and Johnson& Johnson after their quarterly earnings. Tesla Motors Inc fell 5.5 percent to $187.25 and NetFlix Inc dropped 4.5 percent to $316.82 to rank among the worst performers in the Nasdaq 100 index.
Today is the last day Tesla can operate stores in New Jersey. CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks with Forrest McConnell, National Automobile Dealers Association chairman, about the efforts being made to keep Tesla out of the Garden State, and the GM recall.
NEW YORK, April 15- U.S. stocks dipped on Tuesday, as gains in Coca Cola and Johnson& Johnson after their quarterly earnings were offset by mixed economic data and a resumed slide in momentum shares.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with equities rebounding from the S&P 500's worst week since 2012.
Technology stocks in the U.S. have seen a spike in short-selling since the start of the year, according to financial research firm Markit.
Amid another selloff on Wall Street, one money manager finds some of the best value plays in the market.
U.S. stocks fell Thursday, with Wall Street pausing after a two-session win streak.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
John Fichthorn, Dialectic Capital co-founder and portfolio manager, explains why investors are beginning to see "the whites of Tesla's eyes."
MADISON, Wis.— Tesla Motors officials questioned Wisconsin's self-proclaimed lemon law king's motivations in suing over a Milwaukee- area doctor's electric car, saying the company did all it could to fix the car and suggesting someone may have tampered with it.
U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday after Alcoa's quarterly profit topped expectations.
General Motors Co., which has been struggling with the impact of its massive ignition switch recall, took another hit Wednesday when a Morgan Stanley analyst said the company may fall behind in a major industry shift. The analyst lowered his earnings estimates to well-below market consensus and dropped his price target on GM's stock to $33 from $49.
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz declared a green loan program alive and well—and not just for renewable energy.
PHOENIX— Just a day after adopting a $9.23 billion state budget, the Arizona House and Senate gave final approval Wednesday to a pair of tax cuts for manufacturers, including one that would give a multi-million-dollar tax credit to the world's biggest corporation to install and run a solar facility. The Legislature approved Senate Bill 1413, pushed by Gov.
DETROIT, April 8- Hoping to boost demand for its slow-selling Volt hybrid, Chevrolet is planning to sell two versions of the redesigned 2016 Volt, including a lower-priced model with a smaller battery pack and shorter driving range, supplier sources told Reuters on Tuesday.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
DETROIT— Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. says it will begin leasing cars to small and midsize businesses. Leasing a base Model S for 36 months would cost $1,012 per month with roughly $6,000 up front, according to Tesla's website.