A whistle-stop tour of European capitals netted Greece’s finance minister few, if any, concessions over the country’s debt — but the prevailing view in markets is that his anti-austerity government will reach agreement with its creditors in the coming weeks.
Struggling consumer electronics chain RadioShack, founded nearly a century ago, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection late Thursday.
Twitter shares flew nearly 10 percent higher aftermarket, as the messaging service shrank losses and nearly doubled quarterly revenue by drawing more users and expanding its advertising offerings.
Amy Pascal will step down as co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment and head of the film studio, nearly three months after a massive hack hit the company and revealed embarrassing emails.
The stock market surged again on Thursday, putting the Dow Jones industrial average on track for its best week since 2011. Investors plowed money back into stocks following a slump the week before, encouraged by a 4 percent jump in the price of crude oil and Pfizer's $16 billion deal to buy the drugmaker Hospira.
LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $3 million.
With cellular-data plans, unlimited doesn’t really mean unlimited. Some carriers threaten to slow down speeds after heavy use or curb how much you can stray from their own networks.
Coke is coming out with premium milk that has more protein and less sugar than regular. And it’s betting people will pay twice as much for it.
Evolving shopping habits have forced yet another retailer to think outside of the box.
The U.S. stock market sagged in the final half-hour of trading on Wednesday after Europe's central bank withdrew a key financial support for Greek banks. The price of oil plunged, dragging down energy stocks.
Disney might be lapping the hugely successful theatrical release of "Frozen," but magic lives on in its media networks and parks and resorts.
A jump in oil prices helped push U.S. stocks indexes sharply higher for a second day on Tuesday, erasing much of their losses from the start of the year.
Slumping sales of Barbie did little to bring a happy holiday to her maker, Mattel Inc.
Wall Street went wild for burgers Friday. Shares of Shake Shack, a burger chain that started as a New York City hot dog cart, more than doubled in their first day of trading.
The U.S. stock market capped a rough month Friday, delivering its third loss in five days and extending its declines for the year.