Early indications suggest that Wall Street stocks may open Friday's session modestly lower as commodities turn southward. Among the global markets, Asian stocks ended mostly higher amid the release of negative inflation data from Japan. The European markets are seeing volatility, although they are slightly...
Philips Lighting, the splinter group of Dutch consumer electronics giant Philips, saw its shares rally around 8.50 percent on its debut on Friday at the Amsterdam stock exchange. The shares are currently at 21.70 euros, above its set pricing of 20 euros per share.
Shares of Minerva Neurosciences Inc. (NERV) rocketed up over 270% on Thursday, touching a new high of $13.22, thanks to positive phase II trial results of its drug candidates MIN-101 and MIN-117.
Goldman Sachs is changing the way it reviews the performance of its some 36,500 employees, media reported Thursday, citing two company wide memos. The bank, considered to be a forerunner in formulating employee compensation policy, is looking to scrap a system that rated employees on a scale of 1 to 9. The system is considered to grind down employee morale.
European stocks are likely to open on a positive note on Friday after posting modest gains to end at their best level in five weeks in the previous session.
U.S. stocks ended narrowly mixed overnight following a two-day rally, as crude prices retreated from the $50 a barrel level and Fed Governor...
Taiwanese electronics assembler Foxconn Technology Group has replaced 60,000 workers at a factory in China with robots, according to a report in the South China Morning Post. However, the company, which is a major supplier to Apple and Samsung, expects to maintain a significant workforce in China.
Shares of Titan Pharmaceuticals Inc. (TTNP) were up over 20% in extended trading on Thursday, following FDA approval of Probuphine implant for the treatment of opioid dependence.
After moving sharply higher over the course of the two previous sessions, stocks showed a lack of direction throughout the trading day on Thursday. Despite the lackluster performance, the tech-heavy Nasdaq crept up to its best closing level in over a month.
Reflecting Republican intransigence on Merrick Garland's nomination to the Supreme Court, Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, reacted to a meeting with the federal appeals court judge before it had taken place.
An energy and water spending bill was blocked in the House on Thursday due partly to the inclusion of a Democratic amendment to prevent discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The House voted 305 to 112 against the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act.
Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., currently seems unlikely to face Donald Trump in the general election, but the two presidential candidates could face off in an upcoming debate. Asked about debating Sanders, Trump said he would love the idea if the proceeds from the event went to charity.
Business mogul Donald Trump has reportedly earned the support of the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican presidential nomination. Trump was already the presumptive nominee after his last two GOP opponents suspended their campaigns earlier this month.
Stocks continue to turn in a lackluster performance in mid-day trading on Thursday after moving notably higher over the two previous sessions. The major averages have spent the day bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.
As he meets with other world leaders at a G7 summit in Japan, U.S. President Barack Obama suggested some of his counterparts are concerned about the candidacy of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Swiss long-range solar-powered plane Solar Impulse 2 has landed in Lehigh Valley, Allentown in Pennsylvania, at the doorstep of New York, ending the latest stage of its record-breaking quest to circle the globe without fuel.
Solar Impulse 2 touched down at Lehigh Valley International Airport at 8:49...