Stocks opened solidly higher on Monday, as investors braced for an oncoming barrage of earnings and key economic data.
Big win for Obama and Abe as the US, Japan and 10 other Pacific Rim economies reach agreement to strike trade pact, the FT reports.
The former Federal Reserve chief also said there's been too much reliance on the Fed, and other policymakers in the government need to step up.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed has fallen into the trap of following markets, and a rate increase this year would be a "major shock," Komal Sri-Kumar said.
The social sharing platform is also announcing growth stats.
Apple's October earnings report could be a big factor in whether or not U.S. stocks get a fourth-quarter rally.
If the U.S. economy is slowing down, which stocks will do well? Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ and Phillip Streible of RJO Futures discuss with Brian Sullivan.
The average drive-thru time has jumped to just shy of 222 seconds, according to a new study.
Authorities believe a cargo ship missing with 33 crewmen aboard was lost at sea and believed to have sunk in the teeth of Hurricane Joaquin.
With the average worker changing jobs every five years, here's a look at four approaches to handling existing 401(k) plan balances.
Trian, the $13B activist hedge fund run by Nelson Peltz, will unveil a roughly $2.5B investment in General Electric.
Spark Therapeutics plans to file for U.S. regulatory approval next year for the first gene therapy product on the market in the U.S.
Air France managers fled a meeting on Monday about mass job cuts after angry staff waving banners and flags stormed the room.
Volkswagen's incoming chairman warned managers that the automaker's diesel-emission scandal poses "an existence-threatening crisis for the company."
One-time arbiter of edgy cool crippled by huge debts, falling sales, employee strife and legal battle with founder, the New York Times reports.
Shares of online poker company have surged in the past week, and Macquarie analyst Chad Beynon sees it going far higher from here. He discusses with Brian Sullivan.
As the equity market struggles to find direction, a top technical analyst believes the next move for stocks will be to the upside.
For investors concerned about economic growth in the U.S., traders say these stock picks are safe from a potential slowdown.
Traders will be on the lookout next week for any signs of overseas weakness seeping into the U.S. economy after surprisingly soft job growth.