Defense stocks often do well during times of conflict. Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and others have outperformed the broader market lately. And they look like safe bets regardless of what's next with ISIS.
Rumors of a Yahoo-AOL merger have been circulating for years. Will a deal finally happen now that Yahoo is getting a hunk of cash from the Alibaba IPO?
Sony's strategy of making smartphones that appeal to the budget consumer is not working, so it's changing course. In the meantime, Sony is losing billions.
The already wealthy and highly educated have benefited the most from the stock market's record highs. More Americans need to invest.
Anheuser-Busch expressed disappointment with the NFL today, marking a turning point in the league's relationship with sponsors amid several controversies. Will more bad press make the companies put the money where their mouths are?
Wall Street can't wait to get its hands on Alibaba. But there already is a great Chinese Internet stock trading in the U.S. Its name is Baidu and it is essentially China's Google.
As Netflix invades France, investors are saying 'très bon' to the stock. Netflix is now almost worth more than old media giant CBS, the owner of the most watched TV network in the U.S.
Darden Restaurants, the parent of Olive Garden, reported another sales decline at its Italian food chain. One activist shareholder is saying, 'Basta!' and wants better pasta.
Is the worst over for yoga apparel maker lululemon after its sheer pants debacle? Perhaps. The stock is up on solid results, but the company faces tough competition from Under Armour, Nike and Athleta.