Strong tech earnings have traders fantasizing of even more records for the Nasdaq after it finally topped the all-time high from 15 years ago.
All the #RaceTogether haters on Twitter didn't hurt Starbucks. Sales and profits surged and the stock is at an all-time high.
GM profits missed forecasts and sales surprisingly fell despite strong demand for trucks. Trouble in Russia and more ignition switch compensation costs were a drag.
Coke reported a tiny increase in sales. But that's enough to make investors happy -- even though Diet Coke volume was down sharply worldwide.
The athletic apparel giant reported another quarter of huge sales growth but Wall Street was disappointed. Hey. Even Steph Curry misses a shot every now and then.
The iconic resort brand debuted at Target, selling out in minutes while crashing the retailer's site.
Investors threw a hissy fit due to concerns about new stock market regulations in China, more worries about Greece and the rest of Europe and weak earnings in the U.S. But it's not the end of the world. We are long overdue for a correction.
American Express is the worst performer in the Dow and things are not looking promising. The strong dollar and the end of its partnership with Costco will hurt sales and profits.
Business is booming at Goldman Sachs and it's rewarding employees with average compensation of nearly $130,000 for the first quarter. Nice work if you can get it.