IBM has bottomed out after a 3-year downtrend but a new uptrend could take months or years to unfold.
Google, Facebook, and Twitter are helping out with voter registration and coverage for the U.S. Presidential elections.
It was already thought Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ: BBBY) paid a pittance for flash sale site One King's Lane when the deal was announced in August -- under $30 million. But it turns out the actual price was even cheaper than that incredibly discounted number.
Snap's debut could reinvigorate the current slump in tech IPOs
Advaxis was approved for a $2.7 million tax credit from New Jersey's NOL program, which the company will be able to transfer to $2.5 million cash.
At least 135 oil and gas companies are on the verge of bankruptcy and carry high-risk debt levels, including Exco, Chesapeake Energy and W&T Offshore.
Verizon is preparing to shutdown call centers around the country and layoff 3,200 workers.
Yum! Brands (NYSE: YUM), the parent company of Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut, plans to more or less get out of the business of owning stores. The company has decided to sell most of its company-owned restaurants-- about 2,000 in all -- to franchisees as part of an overall effort to trim $300 million in general and administrative spending by 2019.
PlayStation VR is now available, and the expectations are staggering.
Following rumors of a planned change to its strategy, Deutsche Bank is tackling its negative earnings with a hiring freeze.