Alibaba's Joseph Tsai says his company will not buy the remaining piece of Yahoo.
Experts say the company has the scale, data and ad technology to become a mass media conglomerate. But, it's missing media piece.
U.S. wireless carriers Sprint and T- Mobile US said on Tuesday they received strong pre-orders for Apple's iPhone 7.
Goldman Sachs predicts the stock market will tread water in coming months, advising clients to hold on to dividend-paying strategies.
Apple loves to have more than one supplier of any key component, Recode reports.
You'll need two forms of ID, plus a credit card and your Social Security number. Recode reports.
Due to client inquiries, Suntrust's Robert Peck put together a list of potential Twitter acquirers.
Francis Shammo, plans to retire at the end of the year and will step down from his role effective Nov. 1.
CNBC’s Julia Boorstin with the latest on AT&T signing a deal with HBO for its DirectTV streaming service.
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders discuss the stocks they'll be watching next week.
As traditional safety trades aren't performing well, where can investors find safety? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Stocks traded mixed as investors digested remarks made by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
On the one year anniversary of the last flash crash, Jim Cramer shared his rules to conquer the next one.
Boutique banks are taking more deal flow from the biggest firms on the Street.
"Fast Money" trader Tim Seymour and Simeon Hyman, ProShares Advisors, share their take on dividends stocks.
T-Mobile US CEO John Legere and Sprint chief Marcelo Claure traded barbs on Thursday as the two wireless providers announced unlimited data plans.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere speaks about his mobile company's new plan, T-Mobile One, and speaks about competing with Sprint and Verizon.
AT&T is joining Verizon in raising the prices of some of its data plans.
The powerhouse producer behind Netflix's "House of Cards" said the company is getting overvalued — so much that he'd short the stock.
"I thought it would be possible to build a startup and continue as editor in chief of the Huffington Post," Huffington said. "Today, it’s clear that was an illusion."