"What's happened? Dead simple. The money tsunami has arrived." Or so proclaims Bill Blain of Mint Partners.
Target is pledging to match prices of select online rivals year round. The promise began as a holiday promotion, but it will now be extended. But is this a race to the bottom for retailers?
If Harvey Weinstein saw reason to be credulous of trader instincts, maybe 2013 is when Netflix proves itself to skeptics.
Earnings growth is very modest for the fourth quarter, and topline is still just above flatlining; the outlook will likely be cautious for the first quarter.
Growth appetite often shunts dividend payers aside, but sentiment is shifting. TheStreet.com reports.
Lear is near its highs of the year, and the bulls are looking for more upside.
The strength or weakness of the U.S. dollar is influenced by four features - quantitative easing, the "fiscal cliff," the U.S. debt ceiling and more ratings downgrade.
Is Netflix back? The streaming video service is kicking off 2013 with a new deal for premium content from Warner Brothers Television Group, including TV shows airing this season.
Ten banks will pay $8.5 billion to borrowers for so-called "robo-signing."
All eyes will be on Intel at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday as the chip company makes its big play for the consumer market.
Peter Morici says for the GOP to win elections, it must abandon long-held beliefs and biases.
If there were a banker version of sugarplums dancing in one's head, surely an easing of the liquidity coverage ratio would be it.
To Facebook bulls, mobile advertising is now making the company a screaming buy. TheStreet.com reports.
Fresh off the boating industry's first significant sales increase since the recession, dealers are seeing a rise in traffic in the aftermath of super storm Sandy's destruction as consumers begin their search for replacement boats.
Have you ever heard of the vehicle miles traveled tax? No? Well get ready to hear more about it, because the vehicle miles traveled tax, or VMT, is the latest way states are looking to make up for falling gas tax revenues.
The key to earnings season are banks...analysts are expecting a better than 10 percent increase in earnings.
First it was Williams, and now the natural-gas bulls are looking to Questar.
While visiting Germany in early March of last year, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff talked about her determination to protect her country's manufacturing sector from the rising real. Her administration, grabbing the financial headlines with "currency war" slogans, then went on to weaken the real by buying the dollar.
Big Tobacco is quickly moving into the manufacturing and sale of electronic cigarettes, a business which Wells Fargo says brought in $400 million to $500 million in sales in 2012 and will "at least" double in 2013.
The Federal Reserve Act constrains the Fed in ways that make it constitutional. The platinum coins act fails in this respect.