Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to roast New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who is suing Trump for $40 million.
You can't even blame the grim U.S. durable goods number on a statistical fluke. This was the most high profile data point this week, and greatly complicates the taper talk.
Happy Monday, unless you're Miley Cyrus, in which case you need to be really embarrassed. Summer is almost gone, but the morning six-pack goes on and on:
TiVo is drawing bullish option activity ahead of its earnings report tomorrow.
Retail earnings have been a mixed bag as consumers become more discriminating. Investors in retail stocks may want to follow suit.
While most investors realize interest rates are going to keep rising, far fewer know what to do about it, according to a survey.
Patrick Hop made an initial investment a year ago. Hop then dumped the stock at $115. But instead of pocketing a huge profit, he re-invested the money into Tesla call options.
In the wake of Nasdaq's latest trading snafu, it begs the question: Will the next wave of tech IPOs, which includes Twitter, head for the NYSE?
There have been reports of merger talks between exchanges BATS Global Markets and Direct Edge Holdings. It may make sense as trading activity wanes.
The boaters don't want the developers to get the license needed for the boatyard. And the developers don't really want to construct the boatyard. Here's why they're fighting anyway.
LavCup is an antimicrobial shelf for toilet stalls and urinals where people can set their drinks while they get down to business. Its tagline: "Because you can't hold it."
Amid the outrage and calls for change, Wall Street insiders took Thursday's "flash freeze" shutdown of the Nasdaq exchange as little more than a sign of the times.
Myron Scholes, one of the founders of modern option pricing, says the exchanges shouldn't cancel clearly erroneous trades. The traders should bear the full cost of their mistakes.
Happy Friday! What's so happy about it? Why, we've got an all-Flash-Freeze-all-the-time edition of the six-pack today:
Nasdaq-OMX CEO Robert Greifeld defended the way his exchange handled Thursday's three-hour outage, saying unspecified outside issues were the real problem.
U.S. Silica Holdings does not typically see much option activity, but yesterday option traders turned bullish on the name.
A managing director at Goldman Sachs has been charged with raping a 20-year-old woman in an East Hamptons home he rents with his wife.
Nasdaq Stock Market halts trading in NASDAQ-listed stocks for three hours after a technical glitch. While a hack is possible, this is almost certainly a software failure.
As the Nasdaq tries to figure out why it couldn't process trades for hours on Thursday, investors outside the exchange are trying to figure out what to name the event.
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