It's been 14 years since the Nasdaq hit its record of above 5,130. It's getting closer to that milestone again. But are overvalued social media stocks a sign of a new tech bubble?
The solid jobs report led to a bump in Treasury yields. The market expects Janet Yellen to keep Ben Bernanke's tapering plan in place. And that's okay.
Shares of Costco slipped as results missed expectations. But at least the company didn't use snow and ice as an excuse. Sluggish holiday sales and weak foreign currencies hurt profits.
Shares of eBay are near an all-time high even though Carl Icahn keeps attacking the company for not spinning off PayPal. So should Icahn stay on the warpath or stop talking?
Where there's smoke, there's fire? Lorillard and American Reynolds are higher on merger rumors. But investors could get burned if no deal happens.
After a terrible 2013, gold is shining due to Ukraine-Russia tension and broader fears about fragile emerging markets.
3D Systems reported good enough earnings and guidance to impress investors. The whole industry is bouncing back from a sluggish start to the year.
Shares of Best Buy surged after the retailer's weak sales topped low expectations. It joins a long list of struggling retailers, such as J.C. Penney and Sears, that have rallied this week despite relatively poor results.
Target shares surged even though earnings sank due to the data breach and weak Canada sales. As bad as results were, they still topped Wall Street's expectations.