Alibaba Group plans to increase the size of its U.S. initial public offering because of overwhelming investor demand, sources say.
Investors should stop looking for bargain stocks -- there's a reason their prices are low. Instead, buy stocks that are already pricey winners. Here's why.
General Mills agrees to acquire organic food producer Annie's for about $820 million to expand its presence in the fast-growing U.S. natural foods market.
Though the strategy of sell in May and go away, has historically has been a profitable one, 2014 was an exception.
Investors should look into how some former high fliers from the '90s -- like Oracle, Microsoft, Intel, Qualcomm and Cisco -- are diversifying.
The proposed 21st Century Fox-Time Warner deal is just another in a long line of potential corporate weddings that never quite made it to the altar.
Index-based investing has gone mainstream, but most investors are still not benefiting from it. Here's how you can -- and why you should.
A few stocks keep the dividends flowing each month. Look at oil and gas firms, business development companies and real estate investment trusts.
For high dividends, look beyond utility stocks, REITs and limited partnerships. Consider Six Flags, Mattel, Regal Entertainment and Staples.
Important business news this week includes the quarterly reports from Toll Brothers, Hovnanian and Conn's.
Most young ladies either spend, donate or save their bat mitzvah money. Maybe they should invest it.
No matter what your level of experience is in the stock market, these five tips can help to make you a better and more profitable investor.
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.
Apple's stock reaches a new high, reflecting investors' renewed faith in CEO Tim Cook's ability to outwit the competition and introduce popular products.
Urban Outfitters, Ann Taylor and Foot Locker all report quarterly earnings this week, and key reports on inflation and housing starts come out on Tuesday.
Reports that Ukrainian forces attacked Russian military vehicles knocked stocks down, but recognition that a wider conflict wasn't starting sent them back up.
Coca-Cola buys part of Monster Beverage, and Cisco announces layoffs, for the fourth summer in a row. An inhaled insulin is up, and healthier fries are out.
Papa Murphy's and Noodles & Co. have failed to inspire investors after their recent IPOs. The restaurant business is fickle.
Good news for workers isn't necessarily good for investors. Increased labor costs in the form of higher pay raises could slow down the bull market.
Gamers are turning sour on Candy Crush Saga, and it seems like King Digital's performance peaked the year before it went public.
There are plenty of stocks going up -- and down -- in any week. The gainers inspire us to keep investing. The decliners keep our greed in check.
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.
Five fast food chains, including McDonald's, publish details of their suppliers following a request from Shanghai authorities after a food safety scare.