Big tech is under the microscope, now that U.S. regulators investigate whether Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Facebook (FB), and Google (GOOG) have too much power.As calls for breaking up these tech titans gain momentum among lawmakers, at least one Silicon Valley insider says “trust” is at the crux of
Wall Street may be counting on the Federal Reserve to come to the rescue if the economy slips into low-gear, but RBC Capital’s Chief U.S. Economist, Tom Porcelli, calls that bet “premature.”
Investors gave their blessing to the $121 billion all-stock merger of defense contractor Raytheon Co. and United Technologies Corp. on Monday, pushing shares of both companies higher after the surprise weekend announcement.The “merger of equals,” as the companies describe it, would allow Raytheon to
Shares of the world’s largest video game retailer tanked more than 37% Wednesday after another dismal quarterly earnings report.
The head of the National Association of Manufacturers says the president's proposed tariffs on Mexico would have "devastating consequences" on the industry.
Longtime Tesla bull, Wedbush equity analyst Dan Ives, says Tesla’s goal of turning a profit in the second half of this year is “an uphill battle.”
Motorists are paying an average of $2.84 a gallon, according to AAA. That’s about 10 cents cheaper than last Memorial Day and two-cents less than a month ago.
Trump’s threat to raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods has rattled global stock markets. China’s promise to retaliate has led to even more volatility and uncertainty for investors.It would mean that American companies that largely operate in China will likely be affected as Chinese tariffs
There was "too much optimism" around the China trade talks, according to Khiem Do, head of greater China investments at global investments firm Barings.
Tesla's decision to raise $2.3 billion in capital doesn't make all of its problems go away, but it is a positive sign for investors.
More than a third of the S&P 500 companies have reported so far, and companies are crushing earnings estimates by a 3-to-1 margin.