Rough Day On Wall Street After Feds Cut Key Interest Rate For First Time Since 2008
Lyft IPO Prompts San Francisco Supervisor To Raise Caution On Wealth Disparity, Housing PricesThe successful initial public offering for San Francisco-based ride-hailing service Lyft is prompting concern among city leaders over increasing wealth disparity and the IPO's effect on the city's sky-high housing prices.
Google Parent Company Alphabet Stock Slides Despite Strong 4Q EarningsGoogle parent company Alphabet beat Wall Street expectations for its fourth quarter earnings Monday, although its stock slid in after-hours trading.
East Bay Man Guilty In Ross Stores $3.5M Insider Trading CaseA 54-year-old Dublin man has pleaded guilty to 10 felony charges involving insider trading using proprietary information from Pleasanton-based Ross Stores Inc. to pull in about $3.5 million.
S&P 500, Nasdaq Close At Record HighsThe S&P 500 index and Nasdaq composite closed at record highs Friday, just two days after the current bull market in stocks became the longest in history.
Are Tech Stocks About To Come Back To Earth?Wall Street, captivated by remarkable growth prospects in tech, has lifted the Nasdaq by 11% this year.
Trump's Latest Tweet Takes Down Amazon Stock, NasdaqEleven minutes later, Amazon's stock had fallen into the red — and so had the Nasdaq.
Shares of S.F.-Based Dropbox Surge on First Day of TradingShares of the digital file storage company Dropbox soared Friday in their stock market debut.
Dropbox Wants To Raise $648 Million In Its IPOThe cloud storage company is selling 36 million shares for between $16 and $18, according to a regulatory filing released Monday.
Dublin Man Charged With Securities Fraud Over Alleged Ross Stores Insider TradingA Dublin financial analyst was arrested and brought to federal court in Oakland on Wednesday on charges of an insider trading securities fraud that allegedly generated $8.2 million in illegal profits.
Nasdaq To Delist Company Run By Drug Price-Gouger ShkreliOne of the biotech companies run by Martin Shkreli, the drug price-gouger charged with securities fraud last week, has been told that its stock will be delisted by Nasdaq because of Shkreli's arrest and other factors.