Trump running mate Mike Pence was in a tough spot following the Ted Cruz train wreck but he nailed his convention speech, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Washington regulators are scuttling deals like it’s nobody’s business. Perhaps, it isn’t.
Elon Musk laid out a new "master plan" for broadening Tesla's vehicle product line and entering solar energy. But questions remain.
CEO Steve Mollenkopf attributed the strong results to the company's execution of a strategy it laid out in 2015.
The buying power of the federal minimum wage hasn't kept up with inflation, despite periodic increases.
Sen. Ted Cruz defended his decision to not endorse Donald Trump during his prime-time speech at the Republican National Convention.
If you tuned in for Ted Cruz's speech at the GOP convention, you didn't just witness a speech—you watched a man end his political career.
Thiel's firm, Founders Fund — an early backer — privately pegged Palantir's valuation at nearly 40% less. Buzzfeed News reports.
New analysis shows Netflix still dominates in the streaming video market.
Back-to-school shoppers appear ready to stock up on new clothes and supplies, according to the National Retail Federation.
GM's warning about Europe did little to cool the enthusiasm of investors, who pushed the company's shares higher.
The campy, song-laden take on the indicted pharmaceutical exec features portrayals of the Wu-Tang Clan, Bill Murray ... and a ghost.
Jefferies put T-Mobile on its franchise pick list because it is due for strong revenue growth and subscriber gains this year.
The idea that Thiel is speaking for Silicon Valley as its ultimate insider is all wrong. Recode reports.
The recent rally is underpinned by solid fundamentals, says UBS' Jeremy Zirin.
Goldman Sachs reaffirmed its buy rating on Amazon despite the prediction that sales will miss Wall Street estimates.
McDonald's will now offer "Gilroy Garlic Fries" at 240 McDonald's restaurants in California.
A measure of future economic conditions rose last month, according to a new report.
In a series of meetings, titans of business and finance grappled with what they see as a problem of too much money going and staying private.