A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
U.S. stocks fell for a fourth straight session Thursday but indexes ended well off session lows with support from economic data and earnings.
Stocks fall for a second session Tuesday with equities keeping in a tight range as traders focused on the dollar's strength and its effect on earnings.
There's sure to be news from Facebook's annual F8 conference. GameStop joins Luby's Cafeteria and Sonic with quarterly reports.
Earnings reports send Tilly's and Papa Murphy's up and Chinese firms iDreamSky and Youku Tudou down. American Airlines soars, and Weight Watchers loses.
Stocks rose Friday on Wall Street, pushing the Nasdaq to a fresh 15-year high and helping the S&P 500 to snap a three-week streak of losses.
A price war brewing among the iPad, Galaxy, Surge and other tablets could squeeze profit margins at the big tech companies behind them.
Avon's out of the S&P 500, and it's worried about a strong dollar. Carmike Cinemas has reportedly hired an investment bank to explore a buyout.
The right ingredients are in place for this to be a slow yet gradual rise in 2015, but El Pollo Loco will need to keep getting things right.
What brings stocks down? News about a carcinogen (Lumber Liquidators), a bad quarter (Bazaarvoice) and a decision against a spinoff (Bob Evans Farms).
Donald's says global sales declined in February, including a 4 percent drop in the U.S. that the company blamed on aggressive competitive activity.
Analysts predict a fine quarter for Verifone (which authorizes paying by plastic) and Vail Resorts. Box will release its first report since its IPO.
An ETF may ease investors' nerves by focusing on broad and relatively stable sectors: health care, financials, information technology and consumer staples.
Weight Watchers loses customers, and its stock falls. Aruba Networks rises on strong earnings and rumors of a buyout.
From an mobile-industry conference in Europe to a chipmaker hoping to keep momentum going, many companies will have something to say in the week ahead.
There were plenty of winners and losers this week, with higher price targets for a high-flying tech stock and a struggling retailer's disappointing profit.
J.C. Penney reported a 3 percent rise in quarterly sales as demand for household goods, apparel and jewelry increased during the holiday shopping season.
Amusement parks are doing great these days - unless you happen to be SeaWorld Entertainment, which posted another disappointing quarterly report Thursday.
Qdoba succeeds by charging a single price for entrees based on the initial protein, letting customers pile on the extras, such as guacamole or queso.