Hewlett-Packard had no choice but to split—investors just couldn't look past the dead part of the company, says Michael Yoshikami.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella just tweeted that the software giant will be holding a cloud event in San Francisco, Re/code reports.
Yahoo eliminated 400 jobs in India, representing about 3 percent of it global staff, Dow Jones reported Tuesday.
Companies must be increasingly watchful of security failings at their smaller-sized vendors, a point of particular focus for cyberattacks.
The U.S. dollar will stay strong into the end of the year, argues Jens Nordvig of Nomura. What may change is the reason why.
The CDC plans to announce additional protocols for screening for Ebola at airports.
Student loans have hit a record high of $1.2 trillion, putting a crimp in The American Dream of owning a home and starting a family. NBCNews reports.
Downloads for Apple's new iOS 8 software are down with only 47 percent of devices using it, and analysts point to its early operating issues and heavy memory use.
Just when you thought the iPhone 6 saga couldn't possibly get worse, users are now saying the phone is causing them to lose hair, literally.
If Europe's example counts for anything, the United States has a lot of room to run with solar energy.
There's a price threshold you shouldn't cross for weddings and engagement rings if you want to avoid divorce.
From nugget wars to getting rid of extra costs, restaurants are pulling out the stops to get you in the door.
Some economists warn the risks of a full-blown Chinese banking crisis are rising. If it happens, the impact would be felt around the world.
Stocks in this sector hold some incredible potential, top value investor Rich Pzena says.
Goldman Sachs employees had an "improper" relationship with a Gadhafi-era Libyan wealth fund that led to a lavish trip to Morocco, a UK court was told.
Goldman Sachs' chief U.S. equity strategist David Kostin reveals which types of stocks he thinks are most attractive now.
Hewlett-Packard, eBay, Barnes & Noble—the rash of spinoff announcements has been dizzying. Should investors cheer on for more or take caution?
Investors should stay away from Brazil amid its presidential election, Dennis Gartman says.
As stocks tumbled in early trading Tuesday, veteran trader Art Cashin identified a few indicators of where stocks could be headed.
Bond-insurer MBIA says client info related to MBIA's asset management subsidiary, Cutwater Asset Management, may have been breached.