A bump from Microsoft and earnings from GE, Honeywell and McDonald's could help decide whether stocks can finally break out of a tight trading band.
The jokes took on a dark edge when Trump got serious and and appeared to attack Clinton with serious intent, NBC News reports.
Microsoft's turnaround strategy seems to be working - the company beat analyst expectations on commercial cloud revenue in its fiscal first-quarter earnings.
Asian geopolitics and the Philippine economy may be hit if Manila ends up breaking historic military and economic ties with the U.S.
CFO Amy Hood said the demand for Microsoft's cloud-based services was reflected in the company's first-quarter results.
The stock climbed above its 1999 all-time high of $59.97 in extended trade.
Nissan CEO, Carlos Ghosn, outlined to CNBC how he planned to help Mitsubishi Motors rebuild its image, following its most recent scandal.
If Donald Trump were to challenge the outcome of the presidential election, as he has hinted he might, he would face a difficult fight.
Media, property and alcohol industries may feel the biggest pinch from a 30-day ban on "joyful events" after the death of its ninth monarch.
Asia markets traded mostly lower on Friday, following U.S. losses on the back of sliding oil prices.
Stocks have been trading in a narrow range because investors are looking for clarity, UBS' Art Cashin says.
Jim Cramer broke down his thoughts on the election’s impact on stocks and how investors should adjust their portfolios.
Several "safety" stocks have reversed their paths higher this year; and some still may be worth a buy.
Jim Cramer says if Donald Trump does not accept the vote in November, it could be a major blow to the averages.
FANG stocks are up more than 6 percent in October, compared to a 2 percent loss by an equal-weight basket of tech stocks
Jim Cramer outlines the vast differences in strategy when it comes to dealing with politics and the stock market.
Energy, tech and financials should all help push earnings higher next year, Morgan Stanley's Andrew Slimmon says.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Herman Miller on how it wants to make office life more productive and comfortable.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday it confirmed an 11th death caused by a ruptured Takata air bag inflator.