A closely-watched gauge of U.S. consumer confidence tumbled in December as rising coronavirus cases dragged American optimism to its lowest level since the summer.
Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison has moved from California's Silicon Valley to the Hawaiian island of Lanai.
In a continuation of its 2,500% rally from mid-March, Tupperware Brands Corp.'s stock skyrocketed Wednesday, up as much as 41%.
The Cash App has become a boon for Square Inc. during the course of the coronavirus pandemic, rallying shares 28% in the past month and 166% since the beginning of the year.
America's youth are slated to take on more than half of all mortgages in the coming year.
The nonprofit Wall Street Bound offers a boot camp for people interested in entering the financial world.
Former Fidelity mutual fund manager Peter Lynch remains optimistic about stocks.
Accenture study reveals nearly 60 percent of consumers would be interested in receiving a resold good for a gift, said Steve Preston.
Once dominant, Netflix's stock has taken a hit in recent weeks and one insider is seeing more competition as problematic.
Newmont Goldcorp announced their Borden Gold Project this week, which will utilize state-of-the-art mining technology and electric equipment that is environmentally sustainable.
Delta Air Lines CEO Edward Bastian discusses growth in the industry and investment plans.
Dunkin' Donuts debuted it's first-ever Halloween costume, the Dunkin’ Runner, at New York Fashion Week on Friday, following in the footsteps of other fast food companies like KFC.
Former Toys R Us CEO says Walmart is the way of the future, and poses a major threat to Amazon.
Rob Luna, Surevest CEO & Chief Investment Strategist, discusses why Apple shareholders are in luck after the iPhone 11 got released.
Netflix's business model has always relied on "binge-watching" distribution, but a new hip hop competition reality show will break that mold and air over the course of several weeks. Is this a sign of changes to come?
'The Bubba Show' host Todd Horwitz predicts stocks will still be volatile in September.
First Trust Advisors Chief Economist Brian Wesbury predicts 3.5% growth in the fourth quarter and 3% next year.
Unio Capital Chairman John Allison discusses his outlook for the markets, economy and trade war.
'I don't think it's the accurate harbinger of doom that everybody used to think it was,' Keith Fitz-Gerald told 'Cavuto: Coast To Coast' on Wednesday.
Market dips and drops present investing opportunities -- or do they?.