Nasdaq closes above 5,000 for the first time since the 2000 dot-com bubble, as tech stocks rose on deals. The S&P 500 and Dow ended at record highs Monday.
U.S. stocks headed higher Monday as deals and economic news gave stocks a lift. The Nasdaq briefly touched 5,000 for the first time in nearly 15 years.
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.
Stocks closed lower Friday as data showed economic growth slowed more than first thought in the fourth quarter, but the S&P 500 posts a strong monthly gain.
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.
The S&P 500 and Dow slipped Thursday as energy shares fell with oil prices. The Nasdaq resumed its recent advance after deal news in the technology sector.
Amusement parks are doing great these days - unless you happen to be SeaWorld Entertainment, which posted another disappointing quarterly report Thursday.
Staples' merger with Office Depot, Expedia's purchase of Orbitz and the Dollar Tree-Family Dollar buyout suggest this year will be big for big deals.
The Standard & Poor's 500 closed lower and the Nasdaq snapped a 10-day winning streak Wednesday, while the Dow eked out another record closing high.
A lawsuit claims that Beneful dry dog food, which contains propylene glycol and mycotoxins, injured and killed thousands of dogs.
Here are some ways to get the value out of gift cards issued by retailers that are going bankrupt, such as Radio Shack.
Stocks ended higher Tuesday, with the Dow and S&P 500 closing at record levels following testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Capitol Hill.
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 Dow and S&P 500 ended lower Monday, as lower oil prices dragged down energy shares, while the Nasdaq ended higher, helped by gains in Apple shares.
The week's biggest winner was Eagle Pharmaceuticals, for a promising cancer drug, and the biggest loser was the fast-casual chain Noodles & Co.
Wall Street rallies Friday after Greece and eurozone finance ministers reach a deal to extend heavily indebted Greece's financial rescue by four months.
Twenty-two community, farm, faith, food and hunger groups protest Post's purchase of Mom Brands, saying the deal is certain to raise cereal prices.
The Dow and S&P 500 slid Thursday following drops in energy shares and a disappointing outlook from Walmart, while the Nasdaq hit another 15-year high.
Walmart, the largest private employer, is giving raises to nearly a half-million workers and offering what it says are more opportunities for advancement.