U.S. stock indexes were lower Monday morning as investors await a busy week for earnings reporting from Big Tech.
The Dow crossed 35,000 for the first time in history putting its annual gain at 14.6%.
U.S. stock markets rallied to record highs Friday, climbing for a fourth straight session after a rocky start to the week.
Kimberly-Clark Corp. cut its annual forecast due to inflationary pressures and slowing toilet paper sales.
Boston Beer's management team underestimated the slowdown in the once red-hot hard seltzer category.
General Motors said Friday that it will include its expanded, hands-free driver-assisted technology on six vehicles next year.
One of the leading voices in the semiconductor industry sees the chip-supply problems stretching as far as 2023.
U.S. stock markets ticked higher Thursday as investors weighed an unexpected increase in first-time jobless filings against a flurry of mostly better-than-expected earnings reports.
Domino's Pizza CEO gave a nod to the company's franchisees for helping drive solid quarterly sales.
Whirlpool Corp. warned on Thursday that cost inflation will negatively impact its business by about $1 billion.
CSX railroad's second-quarter profit more than doubled as the economy continued to rebound from the depths of the coronavirus pandemic and it hauled 27% more freight than a year ago.
States unveiled a historic $26 billion settlement with drug companies to resolve thousands of opioid-crisis lawsuits, paving the way for communities across the country to secure a jolt of funding to address an epidemic in painkiller addiction that hasn’t abated.
Harley-Davidson Inc. has joined a chorus of other U.S. companies in warning that inflation headwinds are going to persist for at least the rest of this year.
Johnson & Johnson said it will sell $2.5 billion worth of its COVID-19 vaccine this year and pushed back against concerns over its effectiveness against the delta variant.
U.S. stock markets closed on session highs Wednesday as investors sifted through numerous earnings reports and Senate Republicans blocked a vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill.
COVID-19 vaccine leader Moderna is joining the big leagues.
The return of vacation travelers helped United Airlines reduce its quarterly loss to $434 million and the airline posted surprisingly strong revenue.
JPMorgan Chase & Co said on Tuesday it has awarded Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon 1.5 million options in the form of stock appreciation rights.
Apple is making a big move into 5G technology.
Dole Plc said on Monday it planned to raise as much as $598 million in an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, aiming a valuation of more than $2.1 billion for the fruit and vegetable grower.