Rally Mode: The markets zipped higher for the second day in a row Tuesday as traders grew optimistic ahead of the Fed's policy decision.
Adobe revealed adjusted 2Q profits of 36 cents a share, topping the Street’s expectations by three cents. Sales of $1.01 billion matched forecasts.
Investors are anxiously awaiting any new information on when the Fed might begin to taper off its easy money policies expected to come Wednesday.
The Federal Reserve's televised press briefings have emerged as a key messaging tool for the central bank.
Nvidia will license graphics technology to other companies, a new model for the chipmaker that could lead to new business with Apple, Samsung and other mobile device makers.
Obama hinted he may be looking for a new Fed chief, saying current Chairman Ben Bernanke has stayed a lot longer than planned.
Nokia shares rallied on a report that Chinese smartphone and networking vendor Huawei would be interested in acquiring the firm.
Facebook may unveil a new video feature for Instagram at a highly-anticipated press event this week, sources tell TechCrunch.
The maker of the wildly popular online game Candy Crush Saga is reportedly planning to go public and has been in talks with bankers.
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