Google said it will invest $550 million in cash into Chinese e-commerce player JD.com.
UBS raises its price target for Nvidia shares, citing the company's leadership in the artificial intelligence market.
Microsoft will make it free for schools to use Flipgrid, an app where students make videos to discuss topics that teachers come up with.
The bidding war for Fox's movie studio and television assets heats up, as Disney is seen likely to raise its offer with cash.
Lumber prices are 67 percent higher than last year and homebuilders are concerned that tariffs placed on Canadian lumber and other imported products are hurting housing affordability.
High-flyer Boeing just hit an air pocket, closing out last week with its worst weekly losses since March, on worries over an escalating trade war with China. One market watcher urges caution on the Dow leader.
J.P. Morgan reiterates its overweight rating for Micron shares, citing strong demand for memory chips in the cloud computing market.
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Sloy, Dahl & Holst’s Paul Meeks says most tech stocks are too pricey right now.
Democratic lawmakers joined protesters outside immigration detention facilities in New Jersey and Texas on Sunday for Father's Day demonstrations against the Trump administration's practice of separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Not all diners are equally generous, according to a new survey.
Wealthy investors are holding more cash just in case of a full-blown trade war, says UBS' Sergio Ermotti.
It's an increasingly a popular way to give back on your big day, reports The Knot.
These leaders are highly valued by their female employees.
Pivotal Research Group downgrades Disney shares to sell.
The new iOS 12 feature for the iPhone and iPad will help emergency services locate a person more quickly when in need.
A row between Bavaria's Christia Social Union and Angela Merkel is destabilizing her coalition.
Starting Monday, tobacco companies will have statements on their websites that warn American consumers about the health risks of their products.