In only three months, Apple has lost $452 billion in market capitalization — and counting, as the tech giant's stock falls further Thursday.
Investment bank Jefferies cut its price targets for offshore drilling stocks on Friday, saying the collapse in oil prices has made an anticipated recovery for the beaten-down sector in 2020 unlikely.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank says he wants to build a "diverse" and "inclusive" company, following a report earlier this year that exposed that the company had been letting its employees charge visits to strip clubs on their corporate cards.
The company first listed its shares on public exchanges on Dec. 12, 1980, at $22 a share.
Amazon will end 2018 capturing about 48 percent of U.S. e-commerce sales, or $252 billion, compared with 43.1 percent in 2017, according to a study by eMarketer.
Stocks sold off again on Thursday, adding to the previous session's onslaught, as investors dumped equities around the globe because of fears of rapidly rising interest rates, a possible global economic slowdown and overly ambitious tech valuations.
As of Wednesday's close, 52 of 65 components in the S&P 500 tech sector were down at least 10 percent from their 52-week high.
Stocks had their worst day in eight months on Wednesday after a sharp downturn in tech shares, coupled with persistently higher interest rates, spooked investors. Here is a look at some of the most staggering stats from the downturn.
CNBC found a third of the market's biggest moves this year were substantially linked to news about trade.
The Energy Select Sector SPDR fund rose to a nearly three-year high on Thursday, and many money managers are still underweight energy stocks.