A new Facebook lawsuit claims the company withheld information from investors at the time of its initial public offering (IPO). Facebook is no stranger to lawsuits—from use [...]
Apple Inc. is discussing plans to return more of its cash to shareholders. The statement was prompted after hedge fund manager David Einhorn launched a PR offensive to lobby [...]
Amazon.com reported lackluster earnings Jan. 29, missing expectations on both sales and earnings per share. However, the Seattle, Wash.-based online merchant reported higher [...]
Gold rose more than 6 percent in 2012, capping its twelfth consecutive annual increase the precious metal has enjoyed.
Many an investor is confused when it comes to buying dividend stocks compared to stocks that don’t pay dividends.
Facebook’s Q3 2012 earnings beat market expectations slightly, resulting in the single largest one-day jump in its stock price after the company went public.
A mistimed SEC filing and weaker-than-expected results ahead of Google’s third-quarter earnings call resulted in market panic and shaved off 10% of Google’s stock value.
“Company buyback activity increased significantly during the second quarter.” -Howard Silverblatt, S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC
U.S. stocks rallied Thursday on news that the European Central Bank (ECB) plans to institute further bond buying—a long-rumored action—to prop up ailing Italy and Spain.
U.S. markets rose modestly Thursday, adding another day to the recent summer lull, marked by nominal price movements and low trading volume.