The longtime Apple vs Qualcomm grudge match has apparently concluded as both tech giants prepare to battle 5G technology competitors rather than each other.
South Korean consumer giant Samsung Electronics announced it has decided to get out of the business of manufacturing its own Blu-ray / DVD players.
Computer science students at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Germany are predicting character survival odds in Game of Thrones S8.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos casual disses eBay, others, plus more tap-dancing from Elon Musk, controversial head of Tesla. Hubris alert incoming.
In its latest FOMC minutes, a mushy Fedw wobbled on future interest rate hikes. Elsewhere, Auntie Maxine Waters confirmed her ignorance on banking matters.
Mr. Market may hunker down and go sideways to slightly negative until it starts getting those Q2 numbers. And until we can shake those 2019 earnings fears.
A new Gillette promo campaign seems to be endorsing toxic feminism to peddle its line of Venus razors. And P&G's numskull CEO loves it all.
Absent real news to drive the markets, the only game in town is the rumor mill. And this week's favorites are the latest incoming US-China trade rumors.
Sadly, those still holding Lyft IPO shares today are probably feeling like real April Fools. As of the noon hour ET Monday LYFT continues to tank.
After a long absence, the bond ghouls have arrived in force, unnerving Mr Market Wednesday morning after an initially promising trading start.
Still confidential, the Mueller report presented to AG Barr narrates the results of his recently concluded probe of President Trump and his administration.
So does a nasty Fed led recession lurk just around the corner? If that's the case, how can we bulletproof our investment portfolios?
Having enjoyed an exhilarating rally Thursday, shocked Wall Street bulls ran into a Bloody Friday massacre of considerable force.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell awoke from his haze, halting 2018’s robo-rate hiking habit. At least for 2019. More or less. Score one for Trump vs Fed.
The S&P 500 and the tech-heavy NASDAQ, down earlier, have broken back into the green zone. The reason: Today's FOMC report was clearly dovish.
The reason for today’s jump in Apple shares is the company’s introduction of its new and improved iPad Air and iPad mini.
Today we take a look at the current state of a very indecisive Mr Market in Q1 2019. Right now, he's very confused - unusually treacherous for investors.
Today's column examines two elements that strongly influence where investors put their money at any given time: Business cycles and sector rotation.
Beijing is pushing to wrap up a trade deal with the US. And soon. Meanwhile, stocks couldn't make up their minds on quad-witching Friday.
Boeing and Facebook troubles sap this week's bull market spirits on Thursday, as market averages flatline. Meanwhile, an elitist scandal darkens the mood.