Tim Cook and Donald Trump's meeting is scheduled for 1.45 p.m. Washington time, but no agenda has been released.
Google didn't just refresh the design of its Gmail desktop app. It added many capabilities, including a sidebar with Google Calendar and a confidential mode.
Now that the 10-year yield has bumped up against 3 percent for the first time in four years, a bigger test is still ahead.
Comcast's $31 billion offer for British broadcaster Sky challenges a lower takeover bid from Rupert Murdoch's Fox.
Thirty stocks in the S&P 500 dropped more than 5 percent from their opening prices Tuesday.
Boeing is expected to report its first-quarter earnings before market open Wednesday.
Hershey, which just bought SkinnyPop, wants to be what it calls an "innovative snacking powerhouse."
Comcast is shifting focus to its high-speed internet and filmmaking businesses as cord-cutting weighs on its legacy cable division.
Stifel raises its rating for Alphabet shares to buy from hold, citing its new growth opportunities including cloud computing.
A close technical analysis suggests that Apple hasn't hit bottom, says equity strategist Matt Maley.
Mortgage interest rates last week didn't start to climb until the end of the week, but even a few days were enough to dampen demand.
Amazon has confirmed an upcoming hardware product called Fire TV Cube that has been rumored since last year.
The company posted its second profitable quarter in a row.
Rare disease drug maker Shire Plc said it was willing to recommend a sweetened offer from Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical Co to shareholders.
The country’s supreme leader is a supporter of the new service.
Russia has gotten its hands on an U.S. Tomahawk cruise missile and it's going to study it to improve its own weapon systems, the Defense Ministry said Wednesday. However, the U.S. Department of Defense told CNBC that the claims from Moscow are "absurd."
There's a possibility carrier groups may be deployed in geopolitical hotspots such as the South China Sea and Indian Ocean.
Amazon, Alphabet, Netflix and Facebook shares all fell by more than 3 percent Tuesday.
The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield has broken through the "psychologically important" level of 3 percent, leaving analysts contemplating what it could mean the future of asset markets and, more importantly, the global economy.