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.
A $1.15 billion deal places a venerable firm that makes high-quality, lower-cost cereal in the hands of Post Holdings, a big, but not that big, firm.
The week's biggest winner was Eagle Pharmaceuticals, for a promising cancer drug, and the biggest loser was the fast-casual chain Noodles & Co.
Walmart, the largest private employer, is giving raises to nearly a half-million workers and offering what it says are more opportunities for advancement.
Updated guidance pushes Aeropostale up, and restating several years of financials sends MagnaChip down.
On Wall Street this week, a leading toymaker grows at a time when its rivals are reeling and a home goods retailer fails to live up to its promises, again.
Panera is increasing customer counts, receipts and outlets, but the rub on the bottom line is that margins continue to contract.
The Silicon Valley carmaker's fourth-quarter earnings fall short. But CEO Elon Musk's forecast for 2015 is far more upbeat. Here's why.
Using the Internet to scour for bargains is popular, but two companies that aim to be one-stop destinations for deals aren't doing so well.
U.S. stocks end Tuesday higher on hopes that Greek debt talks could result in a deal that stabilizes Europe, but a drop in oil prices limited the advance.
Coca-Cola reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit Tuesday as it worked to trim costs and fetched higher prices for sodas in North America.
McDonald's says that a key global sales metric fell 1.8 percent in January, continuing to be weighed down by struggles in Japan and China.
Kellogg and J.M. Smucker report earnings this week, fresh off the introduction of PB&J Pop-Tarts and the $5.8 billion purchase of a pet-food firm.
Political campaign mailings and an increase in holiday package deliveries helped boost U.S. Postal Service revenue at the end of 2014.