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Bed Bath & Beyond rocketed about 20 percent higher Tuesday morning following a report that three activists are trying to replace the board.
Things might look a little gloomy in the world's biggest economy, but the U.S. is standing out as the only game in town to produce real growth.
Analysts were left with many questions unanswered at Apple's services event.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Princeton and Columbia find President Trump's tariffs are costing U.S. consumers billions each month.
Bank of America's tech chief Cathy Bessant wades into the debate about blockchain, whose proponents claim will be as significant as the internet.
Analysts are torn on Tesla, but technician Ari Wald says he's still in the negative camp even if he sees a potential 40 percent rally ahead.
How Nike's move after Avenatti's arrest means it could be time to buy.
Your employer likely withholds some of your income every paycheck and sends the money to the IRS for you. Here's what you need to know about tax withholding and your W-4 form.
Jim Cramer explains why Chicken Alfredo sales at Olive Garden could help investors gauge the health of the U.S. economy.
Jim Cramer says don't sweat Nike's conservative guidance.
Jim Cramer explains why the analysts are wrong about Apple's new products and why investors should be buying the stock.
For investors worried about rising costs that are bound to bite into corporate margins, J.P. Morgan said don't worry.
The SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF is having its best quarter since 2012. Two ETF experts share their strategies for getting in on the gains.
The Apple product is meant to be simple and transparent, and that ethos meshes with the stated principles of Goldman's consumer finance division.
Apple is trying to develop revenue sources beyond its popular hardware products. For Goldman Sachs, its first credit card would continue a nascent push into consumer financial products.
Shares of Nike fell more than 1 percent on Monday following a tweet from California-based lawyer Michael Avenatti alleging Nike's involvement in a "major high school/college basketball scandal."