The U.S. economy added 1.76 million jobs in July and the unemployment rate sank to 10.2 percent.
Dish TV revenue slipped as the number of paid net subscribers fell for Dish TV and Sling TV.
The tech-heavy index notched its 32nd record-high close of the year.
Vista Outdoor ammunition sales are surging as Americans buy more guns
The Louisville, Kentucky-based pizza chain operator reported second-quarter sales spiked 15 percent from a year ago.
Restaurant Brands International reported a 25 percent drop in second-quarter revenue amid weakness at Burger King and Tim Hortons.
Lawmakers wrangled over a new COVID-19 relief package and drugmakers made progress toward a vaccine.
Wayfair swung to a second-quarter profit as sales spiked 84 percent from a year ago.
The Woonsocket, Rhode Island-based pharmacy health care provider earned $2.99 billion, or an adjusted $2.64 per share.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett is stepping down after more than three years at the helm of the automaker.
A contested election would rekindle memories of the 2000 vote, which led to the stock market falling by 12 percent as the outcome was determined.
If the tech giants manage to reverse a decades long decline in markets from August to October, that may boost President Trump's chances of keeping the White House.
Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook all reported strong earnings in the second quarter of 2020
Under Armour reported a second-quarter loss of $182.9 million as COVID-19 shut stores and drained 41 percent from revenue
Apple delivers another blockbuster earnings report and announces stock split
U.S. gross domestic product, or GDP, tumbled by an annualized rate of 32.9 percent in the three months through June
The company’s U.S. domestic service saw average daily volume grow by a record 23 percent to 21.1 million packages per day.
Brunswick said COVID-19 resulted in boat stockpiles falling 34 percent to their lowest level in almost 20 years
Comparable sales have shown improvement every week of this month, reaching the low single digits by July 25.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai defended their businesses at an antitrust hearing.