Websites and services across the East Coast were shut down for two hours Friday by the denial of service attack.
The jokes took on a dark edge when Trump got serious and and appeared to attack Clinton with serious intent, NBC News reports.
Here's what WikiLeaks' email excerpts prove about Hillary Clinton and those Wall Street speaking fees, says Lanny Davis.
A decline in rail stocks could be sending negative signs about the health of the overall economy.
Upward pressure on the Fed with rising inflation expectations paints a better picture for 2017, strategist Jim Paulsen says.
Steve Ballmer responds to speculation he and fellow billionaire Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal were looking to make a bid.
Jefferies cites the prospect of lower earnings due to increased promotional discounting.
Andrew Keene of AlphaShark takes a look at Starbucks, which he sees as a good long-term bet.
Not all start-ups believe in the 'grow or die' mantra. Some smart entrepreneurs are making millions by growing slowly.
This major retailer is committed to manufacturing in the U.S. and investing in new jobs.
China and the Philippines could begin exploiting energy reserves in the South China Sea. Discussions for joint exploration have begun.
Qualcomm and NXP Semiconductors are nearing the conclusion of a deal, and have agreed Qualcomm will pay $110 a share for NXP.
About $150 billion is spent on marijuana yearly. Now other countries are trying to legalize cannabis to cash in on a growing industry.
Getting a tax deduction makes giving to charity a little more rewarding. However, people don't always get deductions they're entitled to.
Shares of Microsoft topped their tech bubble high to hit all-time highs Friday morning after reporting better-than-expected earnings.
British American Tobacco has offered to buy Reynolds American Inc. in a $47 billion cash-and-stock deal.
Food fraud is a growing problem. The best case? You pay for something you didn’t get. The worst case? You can get sick or die.
"Bankers wanted the quickest, easiest sale — the low-hanging fruit,'' a former Wells Fargo banker says.
Stifel reiterates its buy rating on Microsoft due to strong cloud sales growth.