Proxies on real estate and on corporate America open a short week on Wall Street, and a quarterly report by a major motor-sports firm ends it.
GoPro goes public, while Aereo loses a critical Supreme Court case. And it's a hot time for Starbucks and Sonic.
Barnes & Noble reported a smaller quarterly loss and said it would separate its retail and Nook Media businesses, sending its shares higher.
Renewed concerns about Iraq and upbeat data on the U.S. economy pushed stocks up and down Tuesday. But in the end, worries outweighed optimism.
Hasbro's My Little Pony is winning the hearts of fans young and old with toys, TV shows and comic books. Mattel's Barbie is struggling.
Pier 1 stock plunged 13% after posting weak financials. Restoration Hardware soared 13% after blowout quarterly results. What's behind the numbers?
From the planet's No. 1 cruise operator to a pair of homebuilders, here are some of the things that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Two of the three major indices hit record highs but one tech stock tanked and a bunch of others in the sector went down with it.
Darden says sales continued to slide at Olive Garden and Red Lobster in the latest quarter, with other costs dragging down its profit by 35 percent.
The S&P 500 hit its 21st new high of 2014, and the Dow rose too, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq edged down. But the most interesting gainer was a tech company.
BlackBerry's earnings report was actually better than expected - but it's still headed for the dustbin of history. Which OS will tumble next?
BlackBerry reports a smaller-than-expected first-quarter loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other initiatives started to pay off.
McDonald's continues to face image-denting protests from its minimum-wage workers, but its tougher sales problem is with a menu that's not always fast food.
FedEx's fourth-quarter profit more than doubled from the same quarter last year, when the world's No. 2 package delivery company recorded heavy charges.
Amazon will tease the world with a phone reportedly featuring holographic technology, and BlackBerry will report another dismal quarter.
Lululemon Athletica is starting to take on the worst attribute of last year's recalled yoga pants: Everybody can see right through it when it's stretched.
Subway will install Keurig brewers at all its sandwich shops, and a credit card data theft has been linked to P.F. Chang's.
The new surge of fighting in Iraq further roiled U.S. markets Thursday, sending oil prices upward and airline stocks into a tailspin.
Ulta's latest blowout quarter is proof that the beauty business is continuing to buck the economic malaise of recent years. The chain is expanding rapidly.
Canadian yogawear retailer Lululemon Athletica's quarterly net profit fell 60 percent as tax expenses rose.
Barnes & Noble hopes to boost its number of college stores from 696 to 1,000 -- and sell students a lot of stuff beyond books.
In Taco Bell's new Quesarito, a quesadilla blankets seasoned rice, chipotle sauce, sour cream and your choice of meat. It's a bold addition to fast food.
RadioShack's first-quarter loss widened and revenue slumped as the retailer dealt with weakness in its mobile business and consumer electronics.