Ebay ?is finally following the advice off Carl Icahn and spinning of PayPal in 2015. Will the companies benefit from the breakup?
DreamWorks Animation investors have been grumpier than Shrek the ogre this year. But will a reported takeover offer from SoftBank lead to a happy Hollywood ending?
Tension in the Middle East often lead to oil price spikes. But a stronger dollar, concerns about weak demand from Europe and China and the U.S. shale gas boom are outweighing ISIS-related supply issues.
Big drops for the Dow and a so-called 'death cross' have traders freaking out. Should you be worried? Not really.
The Obama Administration sees 'tax inversion' - the practice of moving a company's headquarters overseas to avoid U.S. taxes -- as 'unpatriotic' and is making moves to combat it.
GE is the worst stock in the Dow this year. One analyst said investors have 'thrown in the towel' on GE and that the company needs a drastic shakeup to return to its glory days.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is divesting itself of investments in coal and tar sands and focusing on clean energy alternatives.
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?