Stocks fell Friday ahead of a summit next week that could decide whether Greece can remain in the eurozone, but major indexes closed higher for the week.
A popular pizza chain introduces a new pie that raises the bar on outrageous and a once-popular chain decides to close down stores and shave its HQ payroll.
Plenty of stocks go up and down in any given week. Here are some of last week's best and worst performers.
In the week that was on Wall Street, an e-commerce company sees its IPO soar 50 percent, and a retailer gets slammed after its CEO unexpectedly resigns.
From a recent IPO hoping to "craft" a strong first impression to a new way to order pizza, many companies have something to say in the week ahead.
Plenty of stocks go up and down in any given week. Let's go over some of last week's best and worst performers.
Among highlights this week on Wall Street, an analyst downgrades a stock with a huge price target reduction and the leading video service hits new highs.
Stocks ended a bit lower Thursday as lingering worries about upcoming corporate earnings reports offset enthusiasm about a trio of soaring Wall Street IPOs.
GoDaddy -- a domain registration firm that's been losing money for years -- soars in its IPO, and McDonald's raises pay at company-owned restaurants.
U.S. stocks fell Wednesday as weaker-than-expected data spurred concerns over economic growth ahead of Friday's jobs report and first-quarter earnings.
Dave & Buster's, GoPro, Boston Beer and Vonage let fans get in on their IPO. Sometimes the results were worthwhile. But not always.
The right ingredients are in place for this to be a slow yet gradual rise in 2015, but El Pollo Loco will need to keep getting things right.
On March 10, 2000, the Nasdaq composite index closed at 5,048.62. It hasn't set another all-time high since. What's been going on?
Stocks ended lower Friday as investors worried at the end of a rough month for the market about weak U.S. growth data and instability in Europe.
Yahoo is spinning off the company's prized stake in China's Alibaba Group Holding in a move that will let Yahoo avoid paying billions in future taxes.
Burger chain Shake Shack plans to raise up to $80 million from an initial public offering of its common stock.
If you're looking to invest in hamburgers, the retro drive-in chain Sonic may be better than Shake Shack, the IPO flavor of the month.
Three recent restaurant IPOs -- Potbelly, Chuy's and Noodles & Co. -- and two giants -- Yum Brands and McDonald's -- didn't satisfying investors this year.
Amazon Takeout & Delivery is starting with 141 Seattle restaurants. GrubHub, a profitable startup in 800 cities, should feel the heat.