Don't count BlackBerry out of the game just yet. The newest phone from the former king of mobile is drawing praise, and some financial stats are improving.
General Motors reported a third-quarter profit that beat estimates Thursday, thanks in part to strong U.S. sales of pickup trucks and SUVs.
Although AT&T's revenue was up last quarter, it rose less than analysts expected, as subscribers opted to plug into the network with their own phones.
Boeing's earnings and revenue grew for the third quarter, but so the did 787 Dreamliner's costs.
Average mortgage rates continued to slide this week, raising prospects for a wave of refinancings, as rates for 30-year loans fell further below 4%.
Struggling retailer Sears Holdings will lay off at least 5,457 employees and close over 100 stores, many before Christmas, a report says.
The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits rose last week, but the underlying trend remained consistent with a firming labor market.
Most of the year, people visit amusement parks and theme parks to be amused and entertained. But before Halloween, they want to be scared.
A slide in the price of oil dragged down energy stocks, and pulled the broader market down in tow, snapping a four-day winning streak for the S&P 500.
Lumber Liquidators' stock tripled in 2012 and almost doubled in 2013. This year, its poor performance has seriously scuffed up the former market darling.
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Brinker International, which owns Chili's, posted modest sales growth and widening margins in a climate that's challenged many casual-dining rivals.
KFC, McDonald's, Burger King, Papa John's and Starbucks are still reeling from reports of shoddy meat supplied by a Chinese factory.
Verizon just reported its preliminary results for the last quarter. CapitalCube provides us with its unique analysis of the telecom giant's performance.
Safety regulators expand the number of vehicles in the U.S. that may be affected by recalls for potentially defective Takata air bags.
The federal government os investigating several cases of alleged cybersecurity flaws in medical devices that officials fear could be exploited by hackers.
Java giant Starbucks is popping into the fading soft-drink market, where sales by PepsiCo and Coca-Cola feel more flat than sparkling.
Channels such as Cartoon Network and CNN are no longer part of Dish's programming lineup as a deadline passes to renew a pact with Turner Broadcasting.
U.S. homes sold in September at their fastest clip this year, a sign that the housing market is shaking off a slowdown that began in the middle of 2013.