Earlier Monday, the Wall Street selloff send Apple Inc. shares below $100 for the first time all year, earning a label as one of the stocks “absolutely crashing the DOW.” However, by 9:30 a.m., the stock had completely rebounded and had gained ground.
The DOW’s record intraday plunge saw big drops in blue chips, but the pain was felt across the market. Here’s a look at the weekly stock charts for 5 big name Bay Area employers.
The average minute will briefly gain an extra second Tuesday, to make up for the earth’s slowing rotation, and stock exchanges around the globe are bracing for it.
Netflix will execute a seven-for-one stock split next month in a widely anticipated move designed to make the Internet video service’s shares more affordable to a bigger pool of investors.
Uber is reportedly seeking a new round of financing that could make the San Francisco-based ridesharing startup worth $50 billion, before offering publicly traded stock.
Yelp’s slumping stock bounced back Thursday on a report that the online business review service may be sold.
Weaker than expected earnings from Qualys are impacting the entire online security sector.
Shares of LinkedIn Corp. are diving Thursday after the professional networking service gave a disappointing second-quarter outlook.
Twitter’s stock is falling sharply after the company’s earnings — due to be released after the stock market closes — came out ahead of time.
Elon Musk may be a billionaire, but last year his total compensation was just over $35,000.