(Reuters) - U.S. stocks moved lower in morning trading on Wednesday after U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said equity valuations are "generally quite high," and warned of potential dangers.
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google will face more unwelcome scrutiny from Brussels after the European Commission announced a wide-ranging investigation of the role they play online and whether competition rules should be tightened in response.
US private sector employment rose by approximately 169,000 jobs in April when compared to March, according to the ADP national employment report produced by Automatic Data Processing Inc. (NASD: ADP) in collaboration with Moody's Analytics.
Salesforce (CRM) shares popped on rumors that Microsoft (MSFT) is mulling a bid for the cloud computing company. Bloomberg reported that Microsoft swooped in to potentially make a bid for Salesforce after reports last week that the company had hired ...
NEW YORK (AP) - U.S. stocks fell broadly in noon trading Wednesday after the release of weak U.S. economic reports. Yields on U.S government bond yields rose to their highest level in two months and oil prices continued to climb.