J.C. Penney's stock fell Friday after the retailer delivered mixed results for the first quarter.
Wall Street's consensus view on Apple's price target is too high, despite the average estimate falling in recent months, Will Power says.
Many celebrities are buying franchises in order to extend their brand and build wealth outside of the entertainment and sport arenas.
Dennis Gartman says he is "turning fundamentally bullish" on gold in dollar terms.
Google has released a piece of software called Parsey McParseface for developers to use to create apps that understand plain English.
Unlimited choices and wedding photos being shared on social media are making weddings expensive, experts say.
Speculator bets on higher Brent prices reached record highs in April, OPEC said in a report on Friday, but the oil cartel warned that fundamentally, oversupply still persisted in the market.
The debate on Wall Street has focused on whether the consumer is getting suddenly weaker.
Our live blog tracked market moves after the U.S. retail sales in April recorded their biggest increase in a year, up 1.3 percent.
Alibaba and SoftBank announced plans to form a joint venture on Friday to launch cloud computing services in Japan.
George Zimmerman has re-listed the gun that he used to shoot and kill Trayvon Martin after the first auction site took the listing down.
The dominoes of recession have already started to fall. And this could be the "black swan" to put it over the edge, says economist Andrew Duguay.
Classic cars and rare coins maintained their status as the world's best-performing luxury assets, according to a new report.
The court case challenges the legality of payments the Obama administration makes to insurers.
Retail executives are scratching their heads over the disconnect between the improving economy and a pullback in traffic and spending.
Mom-and-pop crowdfunding for the average person is about to become a reality.
Sharp, one of Japan's oldest consumer brands, "needs a miracle" to recover from current struggles, Jefferies warned, following a dismal earnings report.
Amazon.com and Facebook both ended near all-time highs, and traders made their choice of the two.
Alphabet passed Apple in market value Thursday and experts say this time it may be for good.