Morgan Stanley's CEO is very bullish on the U.S. economy and stock market, especially compared with challenges in emerging markets like China.
Shares of Malaysia Airlines tumbled as much as 18% to record lows before recovering in the wake of the mysterious disappearance of a passenger jet with 239 people on board.
As Wall Street celebrates the bull market's fifth birthday, Monday also marks the 14-year anniversary of the Nasdaq's still-unmatched all-time high.
In the latest weather-related earnings casualty, Bed Bath & Beyond dimmed its fourth-quarter earnings projections below Wall Street’s expectations.
Shares of SeaWorld sank amid concerns about proposed legislation that would prohibit the theme park from using orcas in its San Diego shows.
Wall Street is enjoying one of its best bull runs since WWII. Sophisticated investors are tallying their gains, but retail players are still shaken.
A Chinese solar-cell manufacturer defaulted on its bond interest payments, marking the Asian country’s first onshore default and raising fears about explosive credit growth.
Despite bad weather across the U.S., Foot Locker beat the Street with a 16% jump in quarterly profits as the athletic apparel retailer enjoyed healthy sales growth.
Big Lots announced stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and said its board signed off on a $125 million buyback plan.
A group of investors led by Cerberus Capital Management scored a deal to buy Safeway for about $9.2 billion, beating out rival grocery store chain Kroger.