Citron Research founder Andrew Left on Slack, Uber, Revolve Group and the surge in the price in bitcoin.
Evolution VC Partners CEO and early Beyond Meat investor Gregg Smith argues that despite the volatility, Beyond Meat shares are not in bubble and the company is in a market with a strong growth potential.
Bitcoin has to trade above $6,000, its highest level in six months.
Billionaire investors Warren Buffett tells FOX Business he is not deviating from his position on the cryptocurrency market.
Rosecliff Capital founder Mike Murphy on the Zoom and Pinterest IPOs and the market impact from the Mueller report.
Jumia Co-CEO Sacha Poignonnec tells FOX Business’ Gerri Willis that investors see the potential of the ecommerce startup’s business model and business in the continent of Africa.
Jumia, Africa’s largest e-commerce company, made history on Friday as the first African tech startup to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
The study comes as the SEC weighs whether to increase oversight of proxy advisors.
Deke Digital Chairman Dave Maney on the outlook for Lyft shares and what it means for other IPOs such as Uber and Slack.
Fairfax Global Markets CEO Paul Dietrich, Matson Money CEO Mark Matson and FBN's Deirdre Bolton on the outlook for the economy and markets.
Shares of the ride-share company surged more than 20 percent during its Nasdaq debut.
Barron's senior writer Jon Swartz on Lyft's Wall Street debut and concerns over the company's debt and outlook for profitability.
Constellation Research founder Ray Wang and FBN's Stuart Varney on Lyft's Wall Street debut.
Ramsey Solutions financial expert Chris Hogan on a new survey revealing a majority of millennials are investing their money.
The markets kicked off the trading week with the spread between the 3-month and 10-yr Treasury yields inverted for the second trading day in a row.
Washington Crossing Advisors' Kevin Caron and Ave Maria Growth Fund Portfolio Manager Brian Milligan on how investors should handle the current market environment.
Several household name stocks that are making a comeback in 2019.
On Saturday, investors on Wall Street will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the longest bull market in U.S. history
There is a lot of excitement building over Lyft and a slew of other so-called unicorn stocks going public, but should you get in?
America’s wealthy think differently. And it’s not always about money.