The top travel portal keeps an analyst-thumping streak alive and the top dog in single-serve coffee brewing fails to gain traction with its new brewer.
U.S. stocks moved higher Thursday afternoon, helped by a jump in technology stocks and a reversal in surging global interest rates.
Stocks ended lower Wednesday after Fed Chair Janet Yellen warned of high valuations, adding to anxiety about future interest rates and a global bond rout.
A federal appeals court rejects appeals by the music industry that could have forced Pandora Media to pay higher royalties and have access to fewer songs.
U.S. stocks finished sharply lower Tuesday after a surprisingly wide March U.S. trade deficit raised concerns that the economy shrank in the first quarter.
Stocks ended higher Monday as Berkshire led the financial sector, while shares of McDonald's fell after its turnaround plan failed to satiate investors.
Plenty of stocks go up and down in any given week. Let's go over some of last week's best and worst performers.
Another ascending quarter is expected from the leader in airborne connectivity, and descending quarters are seen for video game giants EA and Activision.
Berkshire Hathaway shareholders celebrated Warren Buffett's 50th anniversary running the conglomerate Saturday, as he discussed the company and its future.
Stocks rebounded sharply Friday as investors snapped up beaten-down shares, including in the health and tech sectors, though indexes posted weekly losses.
It's a good quarter for GoPro and JetBlue, a bad one for Lumber Liquidators. News of Twitter's bad quarter is leaked -- on Twitter. And Hulu snags Seinfeld.
Stocks fell Thursday, pushing the Nasdaq down for a fourth day, as Apple shares declined and earnings results in other tech and biotech names disappointed.
Hoping to appeal to potential patrons on lunch breaks or other hurried customers, Buffalo Wild Wings introduces the B-Dubs Fast Break lunch program.
Anheuser-Busch is apologizing for a slogan that appeared on bottles saying Bud Light removes the word 'no' from drinkers' vocabulary.
The Dow and S&P 500 ended a volatile session higher Tuesday, helped by strong earnings from Merck and gains in IBM, while the Nasdaq fell with Apple.
Students at closed Corinthian Colleges are told that if their credits are transferred to another school they won't qualify to have their loans discharged.
Ford is finishing up a huge round of new-product launches that should start to pay off big later in 2015.
A consumer advocacy group has filed a class-action lawsuit against Cigna saying a new policy discriminates against people with HIV and AIDS.
Ford Motor Co.'s net income fell 6.5 percent to $924 million in the first quarter, hurt by lower sales and the impact of a stronger U.S. dollar.
So, Jay-Z, how's that relaunch of your streaming music service going now? Apple, how much are you revising your plans for Beats?
U.S. stocks ended down Monday, led by losses in the health care sector and biotech shares after disappointing news from several companies including Amgen.
ESPN is suing Verizon in an escalating clash over how the popular sports channel is being sold in a discounted pay-TV package.
Burger King its biggest sales jump in nearly a decade in the U.S. and Canada during the first quarter, boosted by a pricier Whopper and special promotions.
The Nasdaq and S&P 500 ended at record highs on Friday, propelled by strong results from tech behemoths Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
Comcast abandons its proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, saying the deal had been structured in a way that the companies could walk away.
Media reports say Comcast plans to drop its $45.2 billion bid for Time Warner Cable after pushback from government regulators.