Stocks rose Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve October meeting showed a solid core of officials rallied behind a possible December rate hike.
The country's second-largest discounter gets aggressive in price guarantees for online sales and the nation's leading organic grocer hands out pink slips.
Facebook gives its 1.5 billion active users a new way to express empathy and a casual-dining chain offers a promotion that tarnishes its own brand.
In the week that was on Wall Street, the king of coffeehouses expands its evening fare and a retail giant disappoints investors with its quarterly results.
Google makes big changes to the structure of the company that include separating the lucrative search engine from some of its moonshot research projects.
The leading video service offers a novel employee perk for expecting parents and media companies continue to lose out to cord cutters.
A pair of movie theater chains receive analyst upgrades and Apple checks in with a rare dud of a quarter by failing to disclose smartwatch sales.
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Plenty of stocks go up and down in any given week. Let's go over some of last week's best and worst performers.
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.
Movado posts better-than-expected quarterly results. World Wrestling Entertainment says growth in its video streaming service will be hard to maintain.
Earnings reports send Tilly's and Papa Murphy's up and Chinese firms iDreamSky and Youku Tudou down. American Airlines soars, and Weight Watchers loses.
Vera Bradley hit all-time lows after a spate of bad news, including a downgrade, and the FCC feels that DirectTV isn't playing nice to get new subscribers.
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Glu Mobile soared by posting good a quarter and announcing a deal with Katy Perry. Stratasys fell after being downgraded by analysts.
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