Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

U.S. markets news

Fiat Chrysler's April U.S. Sales Grow as Buyers Snap Up Jeeps
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said its U.S. sales rose 5.6 percent in April, beating analyst estimates and extending its streak of monthly gains to more than six years thanks to the popularity of Jeep sport utility vehicles and Ram pickups.
Fiat Chrysler reports best April sales since 2005  The Detroit News
US Auto Sales Back on Track in April  Wall Street Journal
Automotive News  
Blumenthal, Small Business Administration tour Norwalk businesses during ...
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal and Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling and Frank Alvarado with the Small Business Administration tour of small businesses along Main Street to kick off National Small Business Week in Norwalk Monday incuding a stop to Mac It ...
SME Optimism Waning In Election Season, Says Capital One  PYMNTS.com
Kent Displays named 2016 Ohio Small Business Exporter of the Year by the US ...  cleveland.com
Euro zone growth to slow this year, inflation subdued: EU forecasts
BRUSSELS Euro zone growth will be slower than previously expected with subdued inflation this year, the European Commission said in its economic forecasts on Tuesday, warning of high external and internal risks to the bloc's economy.
International Business|European Report Card: Worries Over Eurozone Growth ...  New York Times
EU Sees Weaker Growth in Eurozone and Wider EU as China Slowdown Weighs  Wall Street Journal
Oracle agrees to buy Arlington energy data firm Opower for $532 million
Arlington-based energy analytics company Opower said Monday that it has struck a $532 million deal to sell itself to computing behemoth Oracle.
Oracle To Snag Cloud Service Provider Opower For $532 Million  Tech Times
Oracle Is Buying Opower for $532 Million. Here's Why the Deal Could Be ...  Greentech Media
Sprint Cost Cuts Help Adjusted Profit Exceed Analysts' Estimates
Sprint Corp. posted a larger quarterly loss and added fewer monthly subscribers than analysts estimated, a setback to Chief Executive Officer Marcelo Claure's plan to turn around the struggling wireless carrier.
Sprint forecasts jump in full-year operating income  Reuters
Sprint Corp. (S) Reports Q4 Loss of $0.14/Share; Offers FY16 Outlook  StreetInsider.com
CVS posts healthy first-quarter results
NEW YORK - Specialty drugs and retail expansions boosted CVS Health's (CVS) first-quarter revenue by 18.9 percent, helping to offset higher costs and push results above Wall Street expectations.
CVS Health's Results Top Views as Prescription Volumes Climb  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 1-Drugstore operator CVS's revenue, profit beat estimates  Reuters
Banks, tech companies move on from bitcoin to blockchain
NEW YORK May 2 As a debate raged across the internet Monday over whether the mysterious founder of the bitcoin digital currency had finally been identified, executives at a major bitcoin conference in New York had a simple message: we've moved on.
The Search For Bitcoin's Creator Still Not Over  CBS Local
The Bitcoin affair: Craig Wright 'to move' Satoshi coin  BBC News
Activist investors often cause more good than harm
The rise of the activist investor is here. Most investors could benefit. Activist investors, or those that take stakes in companies with the goal of prompting management to deliver better profitability, are growing.
'Activist Mindset' Drives Short- and Long-Term Stock Outperformance  PR Newswire (press release)
Activist mindset' drives short and long-term stock outperformance  FTSE Global Markets
Beyonce Goes From Lemonade to Watermelons With Juice Investment
Beyonce, fresh off one of the most elaborate record promotions in music history, is investing in a three-year-old startup that sells watermelon water, becoming the latest celebrity to take a more entrepreneurial approach to endorsements.
Forget Lemonade, Beyonc� Is Investing In Watermelon  Fortune
Beyonce Partners With WTRMLN WTR, Next Stop: Global Domination  Entertainment Tonight
New York Times Co. Reports Loss as Its Digital Subscriber Base Grows
The New York Times Company reported a $14 million net loss for the first quarter of 2016 as it continued to grapple with how to offset falling revenue in print advertising.
NYT reports narrower Q1 loss on digital subscription rise  USA TODAY
New York Times revenue falls 1.2 percent  Reuters