A Singapore-based music start-up has acquired a 49 percent stake in the iconic music and pop culture-focused magazine Rolling Stone, becoming the first outsider investor in the magazine. Financial terms of the deal, which will enable Rolling Magazine to expand its international reach, were not disclosed.
As the clock ticks down to the first presidential debate, the results of new CNN/ORC polls show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton virtually tied in the key swing states of Colorado and Pennsylvania.
Likely Colorado voters are split 42 percent for Trump and 41 percent for Clinton, with Libertarian Gary...
Stocks have moved mostly lower in early trading on Monday, giving back some ground following the strength seen last week. The major averages have slid firmly into negative territory, with the Nasdaq pulling back further off the record closing high set last Thursday.
Allegiant Air said it is moving operations from Akron-Canton Airport to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, thereby doubling the leisure carrier's presence in northeast Ohio. The company will cease operations at Akron-Canton on February 15, 2017.
After reporting a substantial increase in U.S. new home sales in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Monday showing a sharp pullback in new home sales in the month of August. The report said new home sales tumbled by 7.6 percent to an annual rate of 609,000 in August after surging up by 13.8 percent to a revised 659,000 in July.
With Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton set for their first face-to-face matchup Monday night, the results of a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll suggest that the presidential debates could have a significant impact on the race for the White House. Thirty-four percent of registered voters said the debates will be "extremely important" or "quite important."
Carnival Corporation & plc (CCL, CCL.L, CUK) reported a profit for the third-quarter that increased 17 percent from the prior year. The company said it is well on track to deliver nearly 25 percent earnings growth in 2016. It raised adjusted earnings per share guidance for 2016.
A man becomes rich by making money. He becomes richer by giving away almost all of it. That is Mark Zuckerberg for you, taking philanthropy to new, dazzling heights.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have an unrealistic but noble goal - to eradicate all diseases by the end of this century....
After seeing notable strength last week, stocks are likely to move to the downside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 93 points.
German business sentiment improved strongly to its highest level in more than two years in September, recovering from a fall in the previous month, as better optimism prompted companies to look forward to a 'golden autumn', results of a key survey showed Monday.
European stocks fell sharply on Monday, dragged down by banks and energy stocks, after base metal prices slid and Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said in a speech the central bank was prepared to take short-term interest rates deeper into negative territory.
The pound hit its weakest level...
Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open lower on Monday, ahead of the release of volatile new home sales data, with economists expecting a monthly decline of 5.1 percent. Asian stocks closed lower for the session and the European averages are also deep in the red.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. said it will delay restarting the sale of its Galaxy Note 7 phone in South Korea. The decision is said to reflect the requirement of more time for the global recall as dozens of devices caught fire.
A new mobile app, which is believed to be the first-of-its-kind in the world, that allows women to select a sperm donor online based on various attributes say race, nationality, eye color, religion, skin tone, education and hair color, has been launched by the London Sperm Bank.
European stocks look set to open on a sluggish note Monday, as market attention turned from central bank meetings to U.S. politics ahead of tonight's crucial debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The first of the three presidential debates could have a significant effect on presidential election...