Despite rising trade tensions, American companies aren't leaving China in a big way yet, analysts say.
Overnight on Wall Street, each of the five "FAANG" stocks — Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google-parent Alphabet — closed in a bear market on Monday.
Technology stocks were hit hard on Monday, with some of the biggest U.S. companies leading widespread losses.
Holiday sales will be crucial for these five retailers. For Sears, a strong season could help it avoid liquidation. Others, such as Neiman Marcus and J.C. Penney, need cash to support turnaround efforts.
The arrest of Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn has also thrown into question the future of a global alliance which includes French automaker Renault and Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi. But analysts say that's not likely.
Stocks dropped sharply on Monday as the biggest and most popular technology stocks plunged. Facebook and Apple led the losses.
Each of the five 'FAANG' stocks closed in a bear market on Monday.
NBC News and the Washington Post reported over the weekend that the CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A gunman shot to death a doctor outside a Chicago hospital on Monday before bursting into the facility and killing a woman and a police officer, officials said.
With a higher than ever volume of its electric cars coming back off lease, Tesla is sending some cars to outside firms for inspections and reconditioning.
Jim Cramer pinpoints the drivers of the sell-off and explains what it'll take for the stock market to recover.
Bitcoin is now down more than 20 percent in the past week, falling to its lowest level in more than a year.
There's a trick in iOS for iPhones and iPads that lets you hold the keyboard space bar to turn your keyboard into a cursor, which makes it easier to edit typos and move around big blocks of text. Here's how to use it.
Salesforce stock fell 8.7 percent Monday, and investors pulled back out of other cloud companies like Okta, Twilio and Zendesk.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a new "shadow" adviser — a role that's highly coveted within the company because the person gets to accompany Bezos to all of his meetings.
The rising Democratic star is privately engaging with his donors and supporters about his next move. Two of the options on the table include either running for president in 2020 or for John Cornyn's Senate seat.
Here's a tax-planning tip: If you give generously to charity this year, you might be able to take a bigger break for your donation. How to tell if this makes sense for you.
About 45 percent of Americans are feeling pressured to spend more than they should on holiday gifts. Here's how you can avoid gift-giving traps that will leave you broke.
A spokesman for Trump's ethics counsel said the president's daughter "sometimes used her private account, almost always for logistics and scheduling concerning her family."
Facebook tanked again on Monday. Here's what three experts have to say.