For the first time since 2016, Energy is the top-performing sector on the S&P 500 (with Devon Energy leading the way).
Amazon settles with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to allow its workers to more easily organize union activity at the warehouse.
Since 1950, the S&P 500 has had an average return of +1.3% across the last 4 trading days of the year and the first 2 days of January.
Oracle was late to the cloud. But it's showing signs of life, and a big health care acquisition (Cerner ) may shepherd a new chapter for the firm.
Peloton stock fell sharply after an unflattering feature in HBO’s “Sex and the City” reboot, and the company may be able to take legal action.
BuzzFeed is down 39% as a public company. But it now has public stock for acquisitions.
Intel acquired Mobileye for $15B in 2017. With markets hungry for next-gen auto tech, its spinning off the self-driving unit at a potential $50B valuation.
Apple follows the rule of “charm pricing,” which uses odd numbers to demonstrate value to customers. Its $19 polishing cloth fits into this strategy.
Capital One is the biggest bank to eliminate overdraft fees, which make the company $150m annually.
After 16 years at Twitter, Jack Dorsey -- one of the social platform’s co-founders -- resigns as CEO.
Twitter replies can be funny, add value and help keep the platform fresh.
Star Wars and Marvel films have made Disney $34B. There are dozens more projects in the pipeline, but do people actually want to watch?
Thanksgiving prices are up for meats and sides while there’s a shortage of pie crust, cream cheese and -- please no -- liquid gravy.
TikTok has hit 1B+ monthly active users. Can a move to Amazon’s Fire TV app grow that audience?