Apple CEO Steve Jobs will launch iCloud, a new music and streaming service, as well as Apple's new Lion operating system.
Microsoft CEO's slip on Windows 8 and a hedge fund manager's call for his ouster put the software giant in focus after Memorial Day.
As LinkedIn's stock surges, investors are looking beyond the next big IPO, chipmaker Freescale, to Facebook and Twitter.
Investors wait for new reports to see if oil demand continues to fall and if unemployment levels will be lower.
The search giant and Korea's electronics behemoth will announce a partnership following the Google IO conference next week.
Merger talks may reheat between NYSE shareholders and the Nasdaq, despite the rival bid by Germany's Deutsche Boerse.
All ears will be tuned to what Warren Buffett says about the economy and David Sokol at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting.
The Federal Reserve chairman is holding the first-ever press conference after an FOMC meeting. Don't expect any surprises though.
The online movie rental service may soon have more subscribers than Comcast and Sirius XM, and the stock is up 43.5% this year.
Stock traders were surprised by S&P's U.S. outlook downgrade and say it's now up to lawmakers to tackle the debt problem.
Investors are wondering if Apple's sales and earnings surged as it dealt with supply issues in Japan.
Beijing's five-year economic plan aims to reduce China's wealth gap by controlling inflation, raising wages and investing in social safety nets.
Investors await next week's quarterly results from Alcoa and Google, while McDonald's celebrates its 56th year as the fast-food titan.
Which federal programs will shutdown if a budget deal cannot be reached and how will it impact you.
Traders look to new numbers on consumer credit and wholesale inventory to see if oil prices will rise to more than $107.
Obama's energy plan looks like his plan from years ago - minus Cap-and-Trade. Will it be viable now with higher gas prices?
People wait on line worldwide for the iPad 2 as concerns about part shortages and manufacturing delays due to the earthquake in Japan rise.
Despite the drop in floor traders' dominance, investment firms find having traders on the NYSE floor is good for business.
GM is closing one U.S. factory for a week. Will more automakers follow GM in suspending production?
Inflation fears, high oil prices and disorder in Japan add to the Federal Reserve's list of concerns.
Tech enthusiasts from around the world converge on Austin, Texas, for the SXSW festival, just as Apple's iPad2 hits stores.
Foursquare and Gowalla were big hits last year at the technology conference in Austin, Texas. Are they takeover targets now?
Apple's latest tablet goes on sale March 11, toping off a week of retail sales and consumer data.
While companies have started hiring, the February 2011 unemployment rate is expect to stay above 9%.
Techies are holding their breath to see the next-generation iPad unveiled, hoping that the new device is thinner and has 2 cameras.
KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger says recovery is taking place in California and Texas and foreclosed homes are finding buyers.
As China stockpiles rare earth minerals used to manufacture consumer items like iPhones and cameras, the U.S. is facing a growing shortage.
John Lipsky, IMF deputy foreign minister, says the G-20 needs to keep pressure on the progress in global supervision and resoultion mechanisms for banks too big to fail.
Shares of major airlines have been steadily climbing this year but airport security measures may cause travelers to shy away from flying.
LPL Financial's chief market strategist warns of 'below average' economic growth heading toward the New Year.
BMO economist Sherry Cooper says rising consumer confidence, retail sales and industrial output indicate a rebounding economy.
Art Hogan of Jefferies discusses the market reaction to the G-20, commodity surges and the deficit commission's proposals.
It's a two horse race between the U.S. and China at the G-20 in Seoul, as shown by our interactive GDP graphic.
Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker discusses inflationary risks, taxes and balancing the budget.
Art Hogan of Jeffries discusses the GDP report, consumer behavior, potential Fed moves and elections in this week's Lookahead.
Edmunds.com predicts yearly auto sales of 11.9 million but warns that consumers are seeking out aggressive deals.
The Federal Reserve is expected to buy Treasuries and securities to push money into the economy in a second round of quantitative easing.
FareCompare's Rick Seaney says holiday air travel gets more expensive every day as carriers maximize revenue in a slow economy.
Food prices are on the rise as commodity prices soar due to investor demand.
As China holds back rare earths, finance ministers at the G20 debate exchange rate clashes in an effort to hold off trade wars.
As the economy recovers and the dollar gets stronger, gold futures dip: A trader warns, be bullish but be cautious.
With the S&P 500 up more than 20% this year, traders at the CME say conditions are ripe for more gains.
A warning from Dubai World sent U.S. shares sharply lower on Black Friday.
Elizabeth Warren, chairwoman of the TARP oversight committee, shares her two biggest worries looking forward.
Gold isn't the only hot metal. With the recovery, industrial demand for copper, aluminum and silver is picking up.
Lots of questions about the strength of major retailers as holiday shopping ramps up.
Treasury officials and the Small Business Administration will meet with entrepreneurs to discuss the lending drought.
It's make or break season for retailers, and they are dropping prices on just about everything to get you to buy.
Big retailers are slashing prices for the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season, the Friday after Thanksgiving.
Take the underemployment numbers into account and the U.S. employment picture is very grim.