Microsoft, McDonald's, Amazon and Staples are some of America's iconic companies that are expected to post lower profits this quarter.
Tilly's and Build-a-Bear stocks rise after upbeat holiday quarters. A disappointing quarterly report and a competitor's move bring down KB Home and GoPro.
In quarterly reports this week, Starbucks is expected to have double-digit growth in revenue and earnings, and IBM double-digit declines.
Apple Pay, available for just three months, is poised to take over the transaction volume of Google Wallet. Is PayPal next?
Two analysts are upbeat about Apple. You can't say the same about the Keurig recall or CBS and its streaming headaches.
Sony is handily winning the war of the current-generation consoles. Will Microsoft stay down for the count?
Steve Jobs' famous boyhood garage really didn't shelter much activity, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recalls.
Demand for the new iPhones outpaces supply. Many reasons are suggested, and some wonder whether the shortage will affect Apple stock.
European regulators are concerned that so-called free apps quickly lead to purchases to enhance the app.
The FBI warns businesses that hackers are using software to launch a destructive cyberattack, following a devastating breach last week at Sony Pictures.
The Dogs of the Dow, a common strategy for choosing stocks from the Dow Jones industrial average looks like it could succeed again this year.
Microsoft will roll out its Lumia 535 smartphone this month, dropping the Nokia name just months after buying the Finnish company's handset business.
A cyberattack penetrated computer networks for months at USIS, the government's leading security clearance contractor, before it noticed, a probe finds.
An Apple computer that co-founder Steve Jobs sold out of his parents' garage in 1976 for $600 will soon hit the auction block and could fetch a fortune.
In an essay published in Bloomberg Businessweek, Apple CEO Tim Cook says he's proud to be gay, making him the highest-profile business CEO to come out.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay is already a big success -- and it could get even bigger if a deal with China's Alibaba works out.
Microsoft's sales soared 25% last quarter, largely from cloud computing. But the Xbox, tablets and smartphones also contributed to the strong performance.
IBM is paying $1.5 billion to Globalfoundries in order to shed its costly chip division, the companies have announced.
Apple's big hardware news is about new iPads, but will it be enough to revive a stagnant product category at the otherwise rocking icon?