The US stock market rallied on Monday, ignoring negative headlines that weighed on the market over the past few weeks in favor of hoping for a stimulus deal out of Washington.
All seven members of boy band BTS have become multimillionaires after their label, Big Hit Entertainment, pulled off South Korea's biggest stock market listing in three years.
Caesars Entertainment is in talks to buy William Hill in a deal that would value the British bookmaker at £2.9 billion ($3.7 billion) and underscore the size of the opportunity in online gaming and sports betting in the United States.
With the new college year underway, students will be seeking careers with a steady income. Stacker lists the fastest-growing jobs paying over $100,000, using 2019 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Projections (released Sept. 1, 2020) and Occupational Employment Statistics …
Many Americans have been working from home since the pandemic started. But the shift to remote working could cause massive problems for the jobs and economy that have long relied on bustling offices and crowded business districts.
President Donald Trump touts the economy's quick recovery as evidence of his administration's success. He's not wrong, but it's not the full picture.
The pandemic sent the United States into one of the steepest economic contractions in history, but some businesses are pulling through -- and even thriving during this time of adversity. Some are hiring thousands of employees to keep up with their fast-paced growth.
Investors have shown rabid enthusiasm for new stocks this September. That's forced some strategists to wonder: Is this a repeat of the frenzy that led up to the dot-com crash at the turn of the millennium?
Vacancy rates are rising for rental homes and apartments in cities across the country -- and that puts renters in a prime spot to negotiate.
Google will temporarily prohibit all advertisers from running ads on its platforms that relate to the US election following Election Day, the company told advertisers in an email Friday.
Coffee shops have used loyalty programs to learn more about their customers and keep them coming back for years. Now, as consumers embrace digital payments during the pandemic, the trend is spreading to restaurant chains who want the same benefits.
Gold prices have soared more than 20% in 2020, and they hit a new record high earlier this year. Silver and palladium are surging, too. But platinum prices are down almost 15% year-to-date.
Luxury automaker BMW has agreed to pay an $18 million fine for misreporting its car sales figures over the course of five years, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced.
Apple and Epic Games — maker of the hugely popular video game Fortnite — are set to clash in court Monday over the iPhone maker's app store.
Wall Street ended another turbulent week on a mixed note: Even though all major stock indexes finished higher on Friday, the S&P 500 and the Dow still recorded their fourth straight week of losses.
The Covid-19 pandemic fueled a surge in shopping at Costco in its most recent quarter, lifting its annual profit above $4 billion for the first time. But it wasn't all good news for the big box retailer.
Amazon is the latest tech giant to throw its weight behind a "Netflix for video games" service. After months of rumors, it's venturing into cloud gaming with a platform called Luna.
At a virtual, media-only event on Thursday, Amazon announced its latest lineup of Echo devices, along with a new cloud gaming service and the latest from other Amazon-owned brands Ring and Eero.
Cineworld Group, the owner of Regal Cinemas, may need to raise more cash in order to survive another surge of coronavirus cases.
A magnificent beast made of four million parts from 30 different countries, the Airbus A380 is the world's largest passenger airliner, and its era is almost at an end.
A leading member of Facebook's Oversight Board says the panel will begin taking content appeals cases within weeks, as critics worry about the social media giant's potential impact on the US election less than two months away.
Qantas may have retired its Boeing 747 fleet, but for aviation enthusiasts already missing the "Queen of the Skies" the Australian airline offered up something to sweeten the deal.
America's recovery from the pandemic continues to slow. That was visible again in the Labor Department's weekly jobless claims report Thursday.
Curbside pickup is exploding in the pandemic as more people choose to order online and scoop up their groceries outside the store without leaving their car. But you won't find that option at a Costco store anytime soon.
Westpac, one of Australia's largest banks, has agreed to pay a record-breaking penalty of nearly $1 billion for systematically allowing money laundering on its watch.
Facebook has allowed political advertisers to target hundreds of misleading ads about Joe Biden and the US Postal Service to swing-state voters ranging from Florida to Wisconsin in recent weeks, in an apparent failure to enforce its own platform rules less than two months before Election Day.
Bumble Bee Seafoods unexpectedly found itself name-checked by President Donald Trump Tuesday evening, when Trump claimed protesters were throwing cans of tuna at police.
Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf has apologized after he blamed the lack of diversity at the bank on "a very limited pool of Black talent to recruit from."
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have agreed to allow outsiders to audit how they handle harmful content such as hate speech following a boycott of their platforms by major advertisers.
Mars will change the name of its Uncle Ben's rice products to Ben's Original and drop the logo depicting a Chicago head waiter as part of the company's previously announced plans to create a more inclusive brand.
Elon Musk ended Tesla's big battery event Tuesday evening with some big promises about the pricing of Tesla's future cars and the announcement of a new ultra-fast version of today's Model S.
Nike beat analysts' revenue expectations for its first fiscal quarter by more than $1 billion Tuesday, signaling the sportswear giant is making a healthy comeback from the pandemic.
Facebook on Tuesday said it had shut down more than 150 fake accounts it determined were run from China, including accounts posting about November's US presidential election.
This year has been far from sweet, so Reese's is embracing its salty side by adding pretzels to its peanut butter cups.
The meteoric rise of Tesla's stock has been one of the market's top stories of 2020, highlighting a voracious appetite for high-growth companies that could benefit from a shift away from fossil fuels.
TikTok removed roughly 100 million videos from its platform through the first half of 2020 for breaking its rules. More than a third of them were in India alone.
Investors are trying to figure out what's ahead for the stock market -- much of which will depend on who's elected US president. But it could be weeks or even months before one of the candidates concedes, according to new research.
In a painful start to the week for the Dow and the broader market, stocks tumbled at the opening bell in New York as investors worry when Washington will agree another stimulus bill.