After ending the previous session mixed, stocks continue to turn in a lackluster performance in mid-day trading on Friday. The Nasdaq has moved modestly higher after falling sharply in the two previous sessions, while the Dow has pulled back off yesterday's record closing high.
Twitter Inc. (TWTR) has acquired mobile app startup Yes Inc. and appointed its founder Keith Coleman as the social networking giant's new VP of product.
Keith Coleman, the founder and chief executive of Yes Inc. and a former Google product manager, will join Twitter along with six others from Yes.
Home-sharing site Airbnb has limited the number of days people can rent their extra rooms in London and Amsterdam.
Airbnb has now placed new restrictions on London and Amsterdam listings, where homeowners can rent their places to visitors for not more than 90 and 60 days a year, respectively.
President-elect Donald Trump plans to continue announcing his choices for top positions in his administration in the coming days and suggested he will reveal "almost all" of his remaining Cabinet picks next week. Trump announced his choice of retired Marine Corps General James Mattis for Defense Secretary at a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday.
Stocks are turning in a lackluster performance in early trading on Friday after ending the previous session mixed. The major averages have once again moved to opposite sides of the unchanged line, with the Dow pulling back off yesterday's record closing high.
Kellogg Co. (K) has come under the firing line after news website Breitbart News launched a campaign asking its readers to boycott the cereal giant's food products.
Breitbart's decision follows Kellogg's announcement that it will no longer advertise on Breitbart.com, the website formerly run by Steve...
President-elect Donald Trump announced a deal with Carrier, the Indiana-based air conditioner company that has decided against moving about 1,000 of its factory jobs to Mexico.
Trump said he will overhaul the corporate tax code to be more friendly to businesses like Carrier, which will receive economic...
Employment in the U.S. increased by a little more than economists had been anticipating in the month of November, according to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday. The report said non-farm payroll employment climbed by 178,000 jobs in November following a downwardly revised increase of 142,000 jobs in October.
Following the mixed performance seen in the previous session, stocks may move to the downside in early trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a modestly lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 28 points.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen retired Marine Corps General James N. Mattis to serve as the Secretary of Defense. Trump announced his choice of Mattis while on the first stop of his "thank you" tour in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday.
Netflix offers a bunch of popular movies, Netflix originals, new TV shows, and documentaries in the month of December 2016, including the second season of the hit sitcom 'Fuller House' and 2016 blockbuster 'Captain America: Civil War', as all are getting ready for the holidays.
U.K. construction sector expanded at a faster pace in November on robust activity and new orders, survey data from IHS Markit showed Friday. The Markit/Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply construction Purchasing Managers' Index rose unexpectedly to 52.8 in November from 52.6 in October.
Switzerland's economic activity stagnated in the third quarter as the strength in investment was offset by negative net trade, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs said Friday. Gross domestic product was unchanged in the third quarter after expanding 0.6 percent a quarter ago. The economy was forecast to grow 0.3 percent.
U.S. stocks look set to open modestly lower on Friday as wary investors await the non-farm payrolls data and look ahead to this weekend's referendum in Italy, which could trigger political uncertainty and might derail the country's fragile recovery. Oil prices are pulling back and the dollar slipped...
European stocks fell sharply on Friday as nervous investors looked ahead to the U.S. jobs report due tonight and Sunday's Italian referendum and presidential election in Austria.
While positive U.S. jobs data for November may prompt the Federal Open Market Committee to hike rates this month, a 'no'...