Apple reports its first fiscal quarter results after markets close on Wednesday. Here's a look at what we can expect to hear and how the results may pan out over the next several months.
A report that Apple may have an autonomous, electric vehicle on the road in 2024 had investors humming Tuesday. Could it really happen?
A report this past weekend suggests that movie theater operator Cinemark is open to the possibility of taking over some leases from AMC.
Slack hit an all-time high on Monday on the expectation of an announcement that will acquire it.
ConocoPhillips is reportedly in discussions to acquire Concho Resources in yet another big deal for the oil patch.
Duke Energy reportedly has received and rebuffed an overture from NextEra Energy to merge. Could it pass regulatory scrutiny?
The stock market doesn’t seem to care what day of the week that rumors turn into stock moves, but Fridays are often a very ripe time for good old-fashioned buyout rumors. The market lingo has...
One man is against anything that is tied to corruption or reputational challenges of the sort FirstEnergy faces, and that man is Warren Buffett.
One big merger was announced Wednesday when Allstate offered to pay $4 billion in cash for insurer National General. A second merger between two medical device makers has also been rumored.
Dell reportedly has begun exploring options for its 81% stake in cloud-storage company VMware.
Speculators love chasing tales from the rumor mill. After all, buyouts and mergers can translate to quick profits. They can also translate to big losses. The rumor mill from Tuesday included big...
Amazon is very big and very fast and that has served it well in the pandemic, but Walmart remains a formidable competitor.
Some technology companies have performed well during the instant recession. Others have performed poorly. Nokia was not one of the winners. Not at all.
Cosmetics and beauty products maker Coty is reportedly interested in selling its professional beauty brands. The sale could fetch as much as $8 billion according to some.
Slack Technologies Inc. (NYSE: WORK) has been in need of some good news for some time. Its shares have not held up since its direct IPO listing in 2019, in most part due to concerns that Microsoft...