'Fearless Girl' Statue Stares Down Wall Street's Iconic BullA statue of a young girl with a look of resolve has been placed in front of Wall Street's famous charging bull in time for International Women's Day.
Snap Shares Takes A Bit Of TumbleAfter tumbling 12 percent Monday, shares of Snap Inc. fell another 8 percent in early trading Tuesday, to $21.91.
Snapchat Parent Company Up 44% In Wall Street DebutThe company behind Snapchat closed on a high note in its Wall Street debut, proof, at least for a day, that there's investor demand for young but still unproven tech companies.
Dow Jones Closes Above 20,000 For First TimeThe Dow Jones industrial average closed above 20,000 points for the first time, the latest milestone in a record-setting drive for the stock market.
Dow Closes Above 19,000 For The First TimeDow Jones industrials close above 19,000 for the first time Tuesday as a post-election rally continues to push market to records.
After Scandal, Wells Fargo Faces Long, 'Lumpy' Road To RecoveryInvestors expect Wells to survive the recent scandal but the bank's recovery will be long and arduous.
iPhone 7 Shortage Piques Interest On Wall StreetFans searching for Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone 7 Plus will need not only $770 but patience, given the model is sold out globally. While that might disappoint consumers, Wall Street is getting interested.
Bulls On Wall Street; Stocks Soar To Record HighFiscal optimism powered a bullish day on the stock exchanges Tuesday as the Dow Jones soared to a record closing, finishing the day at 18,347.67.
Alphabet Comes Before Apple As World's Most Valuable CompanyAlphabet now comes before Apple atop the list of the world's most valuable companies.
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Apple Stock Slumps Amid iPhone Sales WorriesApple fans keep buying iPhones, but Wall Street keeps worrying the company won't be able to match last year's blistering sales pace.
Valley Stocks Hit Hard By Wall Street Sell-OffA sell-off triggered by weak Chinese manufacturing data and escalating tensions in the Middle East sent shares of Silicon Valley stocks tumbling Monday with Netflix falling nearly 7 percent in value, Yahoo nearly 6 percent, Twitter nearly 4 percent and Facebook dropping more than 3 percent in midday trading.