Stock Rout Deepens As S&P 500 Drops 3.5%, Dow Falls Over 943 PointsStocks tumbled more than 942 points on the Dow Wednesday on worries the worsening pandemic will mean more restrictions on businesses and drag down the economy.
Charles Schwab Plans To Lay Off 1,000 Employees Following TD Ameritrade MergerCharles Schwab said Monday that it is laying off 1,000 employees just weeks after completing its acquisition of TD Ameritrade.
Market Strategist Warns 'Pain Felt On Main Street Quite Distinct From What's Reflected In Stock Market'In an economy beset by pandemic-induced hardship, why is Wall Street thriving while Main Street is struggling?
San Jose-Based Zoom Rides Pandemic To Continuing Explosive GrowthA surge in paying customers enabled Zoom to hail another quarter of explosive growth, deepening its integral role in life during the pandemic.
Tesla Shares Soar 50% Since Announcing Stock SplitTesla is preparing to split its stock, making it more affordable for average investors. It may need to do another one pretty soon if its shares keep surging.
Tesla Announces 5-for-1 Stock Split, First in its HistoryThe electric car company Tesla announced Tuesday evening it planned to split its stocks five-for-one, the first stock split in the company's history.
Feinstein Faces Scrutiny Over Husband's Biotech Stock Transactions Amid COVID-19 Market FreefallIn the wake of the stock market collapse spurred by the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein has had to answer questions about stock trades involving her husband just prior to the market tanking.
Surge In Meal Kit Demand Boosts Hiring At Blue Apron East Bay Fulfillment CenterTo meet a surge in demand from consumers stuck at home, Blue Apron has hired more than 300 people at its fulfillment centers which include a facility on Regatta Blvd. in Richmond.
Why Horrific Unemployment Numbers Made The Stock Market RiseThe stock market reacted positively to the recent record unemployment numbers, which suggests a strong economic comeback, but be wary.
As Oil Prices Plummet U.S. Stocks Suffer Worst Loss In WeeksThe Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 631.56 points, or 2.7%, to 23,018.88, and the Nasdaq was down 297.50, or 3.5%, to 8,263.23.
Mounting Coronavirus Fears Triggers Brutal Stock Sell-Off; Dow's Biggest Point Drop EverThe coronavirus pandemic's effect on the economy triggered a major sell-off Monday on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped nearly 1,000 points in the final hour of trading to drop just short of 3,000 points for the day, the Dow's worst point drop in history.
Plunging Stock Market From Coronavirus Fears Provides Investment OpportunitiesWhile fears over the coronavirus outbreak have slammed financial markets around the world, there are those who think this may actually be a golden opportunity for those with money to invest.
Stocks Plummet Amid Coronavirus Angst; Bay Area Tech Stocks ImpactedAn early plunge of 7% on Wall Street triggered a trading halt as a sell-off slamming global markets continued.
Volatile Stock Market Takes Another Precipitous Drop In Worst Week Since 2008U.S. stocks tumbled once again on Friday, as coronavirus fears continue to mount, with Bay Area tech stocks taking a significant hit.
Coronavirus Dow Sell-Off Tops 1,190 Points; Silicon Valley Big Tech Battered As Stocks TumbleShares of streaming giant Netflix soared for several hours Thursday before joining the steep drop in Silicon Valley tech stocks as Wall Street dropped more than 1,190 points over fears of the coronavirus.