Germany and Argentina will face against each other in the final matchup of the 2014 World Cup. See how the two economies stack up against each other.
Less than a year after its IPO, The Container Store is feeling the wrath of the public markets. Investors don't like weak sales.
Samsung said Tuesday that second quarter profit could plummet 25%. The company had problems selling smartphones in Europe and China.
King Digital, the maker of Candy Crush saga, is finally winning some points on Wall Street. After weeks of trading below its $22.50 IPO price, the stock has finally inched above that level ... at least briefly.
Consumers may be shunning laptops for tablets. But businesses aren't. Intel's stock is on fire. And so are shares of other semiconductor companies, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard.
The Dow may be the most well-known stock market barometer. But it's not the most important. And the enthusiasm on Wall Street isn't helping many average Americans. The economy is still sluggish.
The Vampire Squid must love Orange is the New Black. Netflix stock surged Tuesday to a new record after Goldman Sachs upgraded it to a buy. Is the stock overvalued? Yes. But it may not matter.
Yahoo is benefitting from Alibaba IPO hype. It owns a more than 20% stake in the Chinese e-commerce giant. But can Marissa Mayer get Yahoo's sales growing more quickly again once Yahoo cashes in on Alibaba?
Germany may have defeated the U.S. in its World Cup match. But American sneaker king Nike is scoring goal after goal with solid sales and a better-performing stock than Teutonic rival Adidas.