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?
Forget what can be stolen in data breaches. MIT says it just needs to examine only a few receipts to figure out who bought the stuff.
Analysts predict a fine quarter for Verifone (which authorizes paying by plastic) and Vail Resorts. Box will release its first report since its IPO.
Apple is reportedly exploring if it wants to build cars. But it might really be building something more disruptive -- a car service.
On Monday, Apple is expected to release details of its smart watch -- and the ultimate tastemaker is expected to change the dynamics of a ho-hum sector.
Stocks fell Tuesday with tech stocks leading the drop a day after the Nasdaq hit its highest in 15 years. The S&P 500 and Dow retreated from record highs.
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.
The leading streaming video service is no longer riding on a single hit show. Four more exclusive series debut now through May.
The week's biggest winner was Eagle Pharmaceuticals, for a promising cancer drug, and the biggest loser was the fast-casual chain Noodles & Co.
Is it really worth paying for hundreds of channels on your cable or satellite service? Instead, target your watching on the cheap.
Walmart finds money to raise wages and dividends. Increases in bookings and earnings send Priceline stock up. The week is not so good for Box and AT&T.
Lego becomes the world's most powerful brand, but not its most valuable. That distinction remains with Apple, whose brand is worth $128 billion.
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites can help you with customer service, deals, discounts and shopping tips.
Updated guidance pushes Aeropostale up, and restating several years of financials sends MagnaChip down.
Imax and Solar City are some of the familiar firms with earnings reports, and the week ends with an ambitious competitor to Amazon opening shop.
NS2 Serves is an all-in-one tech training program aimed at equipping post-9/11 veterans with job training focused on national security.
Stocks ended sharply higher Thursday, with a rally in tech stocks leading the Nasdaq to a 15-year high, offsetting the impact of some tepid economic data.
Using the Internet to scour for bargains is popular, but two companies that aim to be one-stop destinations for deals aren't doing so well.
Qualcomm says it agreed to pay China a fine of $975 million, ending a 14-month government investigation into anti-competitive practices.
Health insurer Anthem says hackers infiltrated its computer network and gained access to the personal information of its customers and employees.
GoDaddy once again got attention from its Super Bowl ads, but despite tactics that have brought growth, profit is still far away. And how about that IPO?