Chipotle's stock had been hotter than a Serrano pepper. But investors aren't happy about slowing growth. Is Qdoba, the burrito chain owned by Jack in the Box, stealing customers?
Ebola fears and worries about Europe's economy caused stocks to tank this week. But will solid earnings and hopes of more Fed easing lead to a nice rebound?
The recent market plunge has created a great buying opportunity for investors looking for quality stocks. Several auto, energy, tech and retail firms look attractive.
A potentially unraveling deal between U.S. pharmaceutical company AbbVie and its U.K. rival Shire may be the first casualty of the Treasury's crackdown on tax inversions.
Investors are on a bond binge because the U.S. looks more stable than Europe and Asia. But at what point do we have to worry that rates are too low?
JPMorgan Chase missed on earnings but Jamie Dimon is bullish. It's steady as she goes for Wells Fargo. And Citigroup plans to exit consumer banking in Japan and 10 other markets.
Fiat Chrysler is now publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Can the company continue to outperform its larger Big Three rivals GM and Ford?
Worried about the recent volatility? You shouldn't be. The Dow is just 4% below its all-time high. A 10% pullback would not be the worst thing in the world. A correction is long overdue.
Gap announced its CEO Glenn Murphy will step down next year and its digital head will take the helm. Looks like the clothing retailer is pushing online sales. But the stock is down on the news.