Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

U.S. markets news

Trump tells leaders of US automotive industry he'll ease rules to bring back jobs
President Trump told executives from the country's largest automakers Tuesday that he would ease environmental rules and other regulations to encourage the return of manufacturing jobs to the United States, a pledge that some analysts question will be ...
Some Firms Are Harnessing Trump's Tweets As A Marketing Strategy  NPR
Why Trump could lower MPG standards  Yahoo News
Business Insider  
Trump advances controversial oil pipelines with executive action
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed executive actions to advance approval of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines.
Trump takes action to move forward with Keystone, Dakota Access pipelines  The Hill
Canada May Face Era of Pipeline Abundance After Keystone Move  Bloomberg
Alcoa Sales Exceed Estimates at New-Look Company as Prices Jump
Alcoa Corp., the aluminum producer that split from its jet- and car-parts business last year, reported higher-than-expected sales as the price of the metal rose.
Alcoa beats revenue estimates, sees higher aluminum demand  Reuters
One Number Shot Alcoa Shares Higher After Nasty Earnings Surprise  TheStreet.com
Cisco snaps up AppDynamics for $3.7B right before its IPO
Cisco said today that it would acquire AppDynamics, which helps companies monitor application performance, for a whopping $3.7 billion.
The first tech IPO of 2017 is cancelled: Cisco is buying AppDynamics for $3 ...  Business Insider
Cisco buys tech IPO candidate AppDynamics for $3.7 billion  CNBC
Stocks rise, lifting the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to record highs
U.S. stocks posted solid gains Tuesday, propelling the Standard & Poor's 500 index and Nasdaq composite to all-time highs.
S&P 500, Nasdaq set records as tech, banks lead  Reuters
Stocks jump as S&P 500, Nasdaq hit new record highs  USA TODAY
Judge says Aetna dropped out of some Obamacare markets to help win its merger ...
Aetna announced it would pull out of most of the state exchanges where it sold health insurance under the Affordable Care Act last August, citing financial losses.
Aetna jeopardized its antitrust case and the ACA by exiting some exchanges  ModernHealthcare.com
Aetna Considering All Options After Merger Rejection  Hartford Courant
Why Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's $141 Million Payday Is Safe From the Hack Cover-Up
The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into whether Yahoo employees hid two data breaches from customers and shareholders.
Early movers: DD, VZ, TRV, JNJ, BABA, DHI, MMM & more  CNBC
Yahoo says Verizon buyout delayed but still on  CNET
Private-equity group buys Bob Evans Restaurants for $565M
Bob Evans Farms Inc. has chosen to stick with the packaged foods business. The New Albany, Ohio-based company on Tuesday said that it has a deal to sell Bob Evans Restaurants to Golden Gate Capital for $565 million.
Bob Evans Farms sells restaurants as they go private  USA TODAY
Activist Investor Forces Bob Evans to Split Company  Fortune
Verizon rivals put squeeze on No. 1 carrier's growth
Verizon is expecting a year of flat growth, thanks in part to a competitive squeeze put on the telecom giant. Amid an increasingly challenging wireless market, Verizon on Tuesday reported adjusted earnings of 86 cents per share, down from the 89 cents ...
Verizon revenue dips on decline in new additions  MarketWatch
Verizon Needs More Than Yahoo! to Combat Stagnant Wireless Growth  TheStreet.com
Target is rolling out its own mobile payment system.
Mobile payment is supposed to simplify the checkout process by eliminating the need to fumble around with cash or credit cards. But how much time does it actually save when every store runs on a separate app?
Target will launch its own mobile payments system this year  TechCrunch
Target is bringing mobile payments in-store but not through Apple Pay  Macworld