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"We're pretty excited and we're looking forward to see this play out over the next few months," Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins told CNBC on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump continued to push the notion of widespread voter fraud, despite no evidence to back up those claims.
Analysts expect Microsoft to report solid earnings and continued cloud growth when it reports quarterly results after the close of trading Thursday.
It's been a tale of two tech stories over the last 10,000-point gain for the Dow industrials.
The Dow finally hits 20,000, but the psychological resonance of the stock market milestone is more than its investment value.
Snapchat is asking media buying agencies to move money to its platform to bolster its status with investors ahead of its IPO.
One big reason for the Dow's record march can be traced to Cupertino, California.
In light of Dow 20,000, advisors are cautioning clients to avoid hype and stick with tried-and-true, long-term investing tactics.
The milestone is great for people who have stayed with stocks over the second-longest bull market in history. Here's what to do next.
Stocks may be setting new records, but many investors have gotten burned by being on the wrong side of overcrowded trades.
Trump wants Mexico to pay for a border wall, writes Steven Kopits. But there's a better source of funding available.
CNBC.com asked notable investors and traders to reflect upon Dow 10,000 and share how they feel about Dow 20,000 now.
JPMorgan Chase will become the custodian for more than $1 trillion in BlackRock assets, which have been under custody at State Street, Dow Jones reported on Wednesday.
The nomination will be to fill the seat vacated by Antonin Scalia, a hero of the right who died Feb 13, 2016.
Rising interest rates are only part of the problem for the stock market and the economy going forward, says Michael Pento.
Wang has worked with some of tech's most prominent companies, including Facebook, Square and Dropbox, Recode reports.
JPMorgan says JetBlue is the "cheapest" airline, trading at 9.9 times the firm's 2017 earnings per share estimate.
Mortgage rates moved solidly higher last week, but lenders saw no letup in loan demand.
Homebuilder stocks are on the rise, and it's not too late to invest in them, according to some strategists.
Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson said in reply to Tweet: "We need a plan, not a threat. We need jobs, not jails."