The vast majority of Americans have never heard of Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce company which is on the verge of potentially the world's largest IPO.
Alibaba Group plans to increase the size of its U.S. initial public offering because of overwhelming investor demand, sources say.
Important business news this week includes the quarterly reports from Toll Brothers, Hovnanian and Conn's.
New online platforms for Chinese commerce and totaled cars pushed some stocks higher, while Elizabeth Arden cites the sour smell of failure.
Zoe's Kitchen is expecting good news in its first quarter as public company. Compare that to reports from Tilly's, Chico's, Tiffany and even RadioShack.
Papa Murphy's and Noodles & Co. have failed to inspire investors after their recent IPOs. The restaurant business is fickle.
Zynga and Groupon have shed more than two-thirds of their IPO value. Compare them to Zillow and LinkedIn, which also went public in 2011, and have soared.
From the Green Mountain reporting results to Groupon trying to become less of a bargain, here are some things that will help shape the week on Wall Street.
General Electric is targeting late July for the initial public offering of its credit card business, named Synchrony Financial, the conglomerate says.
Restaurant chains with stock woes include Potbelly, Chuy's, Noodles & Co., Papa Murphy's and Zoe's Kitchen. What does this mean for El Pollo Loco's IPO?
The July Fourth weekend was a dud for Hollywood. According to industry-tracker Rentrak, box office receipts were down 44 percent from a year ago.
GoPro goes public, while Aereo loses a critical Supreme Court case. And it's a hot time for Starbucks and Sonic.
Federal prosecutors are sending out subpoenas to find out who knew what at GM about the automakers' faulty ignition switches that killed at least 13 people.
Worries about interest rates rising earlier than anticipated sent Wall Street lower Thursday, but GoPro flew high on its first day of trading.
Worries about Iraq and Ukraine put Wall Street in a cautious mood. But upticks in industrial production and manufacturing helped offset the negativity.
The total number of households worldwide that now qualify as millionaires rose 19 percent, bring the total to more than 16 million, a new survey shows.
The IPO market has been strong so far in 2014 -- but not strong enough for some prominent companies that canceled their planned initial public offerings
You may not have heard of it yet, but it's the buzz of the tech world, and China's Alibaba is about to increase its profile -- big time.
Alibaba files for an IPO that will see it become the largest Chinese firm to list in New York. But how much will it be valued at when it starts trading?
The Crumbnut, a version of the trendy Cronut, will soon be sold at BJ's. Starbucks, Boston Market and other eateries also prepare items for supermarkets.
Excitement is starting to build over the planned American IPO of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. It could be the largest U.S. IPO ever.
Ally Financial's IPO cuts the government's stake in the company in half to about 17 percent, as the Treasury captures nearly $2.4 billion in proceeds.
Twitter enhances tweets with photos, and Facebook buys a firm that makes virtual reality gear. They're among the corporate highlights of the week.
For King and its insiders, the IPO almost couldn't have gone better. Same for individual investors, even if they were planning on a quick gain.
Get ready to play Candy Crush -- the stock, not the game. Shares of King Digital Entertainment, which makes Candy Crush Saga, begin trading Wednesday.