Amazon will double its video content spend in the second half of this year, and triple its spending on original content, the company said this week.
Jim Cramer educates investors on the signals to watch for that indicate that a stock is overheated, and it's time to sell.
While 2016's anemic growth level isn't an automatic disqualifier for an interest rate increase, the bar just got a little higher.
The "Fast Money" traders shared their investment strategies heading into August.
Hillary Clinton failed to close the deal with that convention speech and left the door wide open for Trump to win in November, says Jake Novak.
Hillary Clinton's numbers referring to the recent income gains of the rich are wrong — by a wide margin.
Clinton needs a BIG idea, and fast, if she wants to convince average folks she'll govern for them, says "Young Turks" reporter Jordan Chariton.
The technology giant CEO's gained millions to their pocket books this week after the companies each beat their quarterly earnings and revenue estimates.
Analysts say there is still more pain ahead for energy stocks, after Exxon Mobil and Chevron posted dismal quarterly results.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise bounced after a report that some of its assets may be an acquisition target for private equity firms.
Venezuela issued a decree that "effectively amounts to forced labor" in an attempt to stabilize a food shortage, says an Amnesty International report.
Disruptive trends are accelerating. To see if any of your stock holdings are at risk, you need to ask yourself this one important question.
Early stage investor Michael Jones shares what sold him on Dollar Shave Club when co-founder Michael Dubin walked into his office five years ago.
Rents are soaring and demand for apartments is historically high, but some developers are overestimating the strength of the market.
Who was louder online during the political conventions, Democrats or Republicans?
In a research/personal fashion note, Citi analyst Paul Lejuez lifted his target price for buy-rated Lululemon, to $89 from $78.
During her historic acceptance speech, Clinton says it takes more than a brash billionaire to fix America's problems.
Hillary Clinton beats Donald Trump as the most qualified candidate to grow our economy and keep America safe, says Governor Jack Markell.
The effects of these strikingly different conventions won't become clear for a while. But all signs point toward a race that will remain close.