As Wal-Mart moves along with price cuts and reaps the benefits of its pending acquisition of Jet.com, analysts expect the company's advantage to grow.
A look at the stocks, sectors, bonds, and emerging markets that worked, as well as the investment ideas that didn't from Delivering Alpha 2015.
New York Times reports the two companies will launch new versions of their services in the coming weeks.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The companies are planning to charge as little as $5 a month for new streaming music services, half the cost of the current pricing model.
Facebook has the most potential among the FANGs because it has more opportunities for monetization, says Sizemore Capital Management's Charles Sizemore.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren has reminded everyone the markets are not positioned for a September rate hike.
Reflecting on 9/11, the ripple effects and signs of new life downtown 15 years later.
Goldman Sachs predicts the market could end the year on a sour note, advising clients to instead focus on a strategy that's paid off in the past.
Hulu has secured the rights to Ron Howard's new Beatles documentary, hoping to capture the hearts of younger fans.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission unveiled revised proposed rules to allow Americans to drop costly rented pay-TV set-top boxes.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss the retail sector, amid big consumer stocks like Macy's and Target being under pressure.
Creeping concerns about the consumer's health might be put to rest if next week's August retail sales report is as good as this banking executive suggests.
With markets hovering at new highs, here's why traders are growing desperate.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports that sources say Twitter management is exploring cost cuts which may include possible layoffs and selling off of assets such as MoPub, Fabric and Vine.
Twitter's board is meeting Thursday at a critical moment for the company.
Alphabet's Google said it is acquiring cloud software company Apigee in a deal valued at about $625 million.
The online retailer published a page with images of the new model before Apple's official announcement on Wednesday.
Amazon may have accidentally stolen Tim Cook's thunder on Apple's new iPhone 7, according to tech website Gizmodo.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the new model is the "best iPhone we've ever created."