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Jim Cramer explains what led the market to soar on Tuesday after days of selling and says the strength can last if the Fed behaves accordingly.
This year marks the first Christmas since Toys R Us liquidated its business.
A Miami-Dade County judge on Tuesday turned down requests by a real estate attorney to punish Bank of America over claims of withholding and destroying records.
Netflix charted the Instagram follower bump for stars like Millie Bobby Brown from "Stranger Things," Katherine Langford from "13 Reasons Why" and Noah Centineo from "To All the Boys I've Loved Before."
United's net income during the third quarter, which included the peak summer travel season, surged 29.6 percent from a year ago on strong travel demand and higher airfares.
It's not that being a retailer is a bad thing. But investors want drugstores to reinvent their businesses as Amazon's threat looms.
IBM again saw declining revenue, following a three-quarter run of growth.
Saudi Arabia has terminated a planned deal with Virgin Hyperloop One following founder Richard Branson's decision to halt investment talks with the country over missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi's whereabouts.
The company is projecting it will add 9.4 million net subscribers during the fourth quarter.
Domino's rapid store expansion is good news for its delivery drivers. Having more stores means that drivers have less territory they need to cover. Their runs become shorter, allowing them to make more deliveries in an hour and earn more tips.
In response to the European Union's $5 billion antitrust ruling, Google is changing the way it bundles its Android smartphone apps and allowing phone makers to use "forked" versions of the software.
Former Sears CEO Eddie Lampert speaks to 1,000 employees one day after the retail giant filed for bankrtupcy.
Lyft has hired J.P. Morgan to lead its planned 2019 IPO, which could value the company at more than $15 billion.
A New Yorker article published Monday reveals a history of internal disputes at Google over the safety of Waymo's predecessor, Project Chauffeur.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explained that a bug caused what would normally be invisible, back-end notifications to become visible for a short period.