U.S private employers added 185,000 jobs in July, according to ADP, in a sign that job growth has moderated since the beginning of the year.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The forthcoming "Star Wars" movie could be even more magical for media giant Disney than its blockbuster “Frozen,” according to one analyst.
Shares of Walt Disney were down sharply in premarket trading as investors reacted to its earnings report.
Apple whipping boy Microsoft makes a comeback thanks to the cloud.
Apple¿s shares have recently taken a tumble, but one technician says the drop is a golden chance to buy in.
The U.S. trade deficit widened more than expected as an acceleration in demand and a strong dollar sucked in imports of food and automobiles.
Shares of Lumber Liquidators plunge after it posts a surprise quarterly loss and says it expects a regulator to file a claim over formaldehyde allegations.
The S&P 500 may not hit 3,200 by 2017 as predicted by Laszlo Birinyi, but the bull market may last another five years, Ed Keon said.
Mortgage applications increased 4.7 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis for the week ending July 31, after a drop in interest rates.
As commodities tumble to new lows, one expert warns that the plunge is signaling a stock market correction.
Apple shares plunged again Tuesday — bringing investors' paper losses to staggering levels and putting the stock further into correction territory.
Netflix announced plans to start offering employees "unlimited" parental leave during the first year after a child's birth or adoption.
Sticker shock at the grocery store could soon get even worse.
Puerto Rico's job base continues to shrink, taking its economy along with it.
The “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple’s recent decline.
Retail investors appear to have doubled down on oil as prices for the commodity approach a six-year low.
Checking the fear gauge on Apple's drop, with Dennis Davitt, Harvest Volatility Advisors, and David Seaburg, Cowen & Co.
There are significant second-half risks for commodities. Here are four things to watch, says UBS's Dominic Schnider. Here are four things
The second peak of back-to-school shopping doesn't occur until after school already starts, as students chase trends, according to Cardlytics.