Forget about the woodshed. Dollar Tree has been getting chainsawed. On Friday, however, the bulls started looking for a rebound.
This weekend in California an estimated 19,000 runners will try to outrun 500 zombies as part in a 5k obstacle course called Run For Your Lives.
For five weeks, the S&P 500 has been in a narrow trading range, from 1425 to 1465. More importantly, since the early June bottom, no pullback has been more than 4 percent.
Six items that have consumers buzzing in the world of beer, wine and spirits as we head into the weekend, including Guinness' new ale, James Bond beer, and more trouble for Europe.
Howard Lindzon, CEO of StockTwits.com and a Google shareholder, says one shaky quarter has not changed his bullish view on the company.
McDonald’s sales at existing restaurants grew at the slowest pace since 2003, but one analyst still expects the fast food company’s shares to climb higher.
The number of cyber attacks on U.S. banks is rising. This week, attacks struck the websites of BB&T, HSBC, Ally Financial and Capital One Financial. It was the second hit for Capital One within the past 30 days and follows attacks on Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Financial Services, SunTrust Banks and Regions Financial.
It was one of those days that felt a bit like being hit by a hurricane: you can’t really appreciate the total impact while you’re running for the cellar. The 508 point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average was beyond belief.
After a bumper crop of pumpkin-flavored products this fall, it looks like it’s time to bring out the gingerbread and mint at restaurant chains even though trick-or-treaters have yet to ring the doorbell.
Google may have shocked Wall Street with its premature and disappointing earnings report on Thursday, but some analysts are largely sticking by the stock.
Twenty-five years ago today, on what became known as 'Black Monday', the Dow plunged 22.6 percent, its biggest single-day drop ever.
It’s hard to imagine, given that the nation’s housing market is still digging itself out of an epic foreclosure crisis, that there just are not enough homes available to buy. But, that may be the case.
Unfortunately, according to Jason Delisle, director of the New America Foundation's Federal Education Budget Project, neither Obama's nor Romney's proposals to lower student debt will work.
Making business decisions for the benefit of your customers first will almost always pay long-term dividends no matter how tough they may be from a profit standpoint at the moment.
Is Armstrong, the man, the god of cycling, resigned to disgrace in the public eye? Possibly. But not necessarily.
Delta Air Lines' fleet of more than 50 Airbus A319 aircrafts fly domestic routes in the U.S. Find out which seats are best—and what to avoid.
Most earthquakes aren’t 10’s - and most problems aren’t 10’s either. Here's how you can use the Richter scale to help you solve your problems.
There's a plaque down on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. It's a screenshot of the closing prices of major stocks on Oct. 19, 1987, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 22 percent in a single day. Here's a few of the closing prices that day.
Traders took profits early Thursday in Google, and it was the right move.
Doormen, swimming pools, dry-cleaning – these are some of the perks one expects at pricey Manhattan apartments, but now you can add concierge services for dogs to the list.