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IBM beat bottom line expectations but cited currency headwinds as profit and revenue both fell about 13 percent from the prior year.
Pile into European equities and scale back exposure to U.S. stocks, Goldman Sachs recommends in the wake of progress in Greece's dealings with creditors.
Instagram claims that when it bans a word from its search feature, the actual meaning of that word has nothing to do with why it was banned.
Chief executive and vice-chairman resign in the wake of an independent report on the company's accounting scandal. But the stock has surged.
Productivity app Evernote announced that Phil Libin will step down as CEO to be replaced with Chris O'Neill, a former Google executive.
Two top editors at Gawker resigned to protest the media group's decision to pull a story about a media executive seeking to pay for sex with a gay escort.
China's stock market turmoil will not lead to Chinese households tightening their purse strings, a China-based retailer told CNBC.
The dollars of New Zealand, Australia and Canada are among the worst-performing major currencies this year, but the land of Hobbits may offer the best short.
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Europe’s big banks have been witnessing a management shake-up that could help boost the long-term prospects of the banking sector, analysts say.
Amazon's U.S. apparel and accessories business will strip Macy's of its title as the top apparel retailer in 2017, according to Cowen.
As India starts its parliamentary session, hopes are at a low ebb that the business-friendly laws central to Modi's lofty reform agenda will gain traction.
$150 bilion of tax cuts aimed mostly at businesses have expired, and the Senate is considering passing them again, The Fiscal Times reports.
Last month's SpaceX rocket failure was caused by a structural issue and could have been saved if its parachute had been deployed, Musk said.
"Fast Money" traders looked at how to play earnings from big tech companies IBM, Apple and Yahoo, who all report this week.
Once considered toxic during the housing crash, interest-only mortgages are making a comeback, but these are not the loans of yesteryear.
The growing number of entrepreneurial disruptors are accelerating China's shift toward a more consumer-based business model.
Greece and China are just "warmup acts" to the main event for U.S. investors, market watcher Jim Paulsen says.
Jim Cramer is excited for earnings this week. Apple, McDonald's & Starbucks—wow!