Strong earnings from big U.S. companies drove stocks higher Friday, pushing the S&P 500 to another record.
Good news and bad news on health care premiums, and shares of Google are set to soar following strong earnings.
Google beat expectations with a 36% jump in third-quarter profits as the tech behemoth generated a 26% increase in paid clicks that masked a continued slide in cost-per-click.
Turns out it's not just Anthony Weiner who's been exposing too much over the Internet. Seven percent of people have shared their Social Security numbers on social media.
A federal appeals court rules that a major lawsuit against Google can proceed and And a federal judge has ruled that Rick's Cabaret owes back pay to former employees.
Google has offered further concessions aimed at ending a three-year investigation into complaints it was blocking competitors, the European Commission says.
From new iPhones to an old feature going away on YouTube to Vera Wang earnings, here are some items that will help shape the week ahead on Wall Street.
Microsoft takes on Google's Motorola Mobility unit this week in the second of two landmark trials between the companies that delve into hot disputes over the patents.
The new head of the FTC warned tech companies to be more careful about how it collects data. But does the U.S. government have moral authority in the privacy debate?
A new report finds that revelations about the NSA's PRISM spying program have shaken faith in U.S. cloud computing companies, potentially costing billions in lost revenue.
Falling ad prices contribute to Google's less-than-expected earnings results.
Among the items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street, Microsoft and eBay will both step up to the earnings soapbox.
Markets are fearful about the impact of higher interest rates. But for those companies with huge amounts of cash in hand, higher rates could mean an easy profit boost.
Google is close to buying the crowd-sourced mobile navigation app Waze for $1.3 billion, potentially trumping rival offers, an Israeli newspaper reported on Sunday.
Much of corporate America is retrenching on the real estate front, but four influential technology companies are each planning headquarters that could win a prize for hubris.
Wondering how a company is really doing? Ask its rank-and-file employees. Glassdoor has done just that; here's how you can use their answers to buff up your portfolio.
Facebook and Google use an extra line of defense to keep intruders out of your account. Why don't banks do the same?
If you use Google Wallet, you'll soon be able to send people money using Gmail, attaching a dollar amount to a message just as you might a photo or a PDF.
Whether your investing personality is aggressively "warp speed" or a more conservative "raise shields," here are seven stocks we like that resemble the aliens of "Star Trek."