The company’s six-month lockup period following its IPO just expired, ushering in a wave of sales by early investors.
Marriott will relaunch its loyalty program under a new brand name, the company said on Wednesday.
Niantic, which spun out of Google’s parent company Alphabet, now has a $4 billion valuation.
Indian artificial intelligence firm Fractal Analytics said on Wednesday that it raised $200 million from private equity giant Apax Partners.
European stocks closed higher on Wednesday, with market participants assessing their options after British lawmakers voted against Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Jim Cramer explains that the retail sector has both winners and losers, and it pays to know the difference.
Jim Cramer rattles off his responses to callers’ stock questions, including one tied to a sector he’s trying to avoid.
Jim Cramer says the move would boost Apple’s stock price and give the company a surefire way to solidify its place in the health-care arena.
Jim Cramer and technician Mark Sebastian review recent volatility in the stock market and explain how the layout has changed.
Jim Cramer explains what Netflix’s subscription price increase means for other service providers.
It doesn’t look like Domino’s will be switching to a third-party delivery service like UberEats or Grubhub anytime soon, according to CEO Richard Allison.
McDonald’s has lost its trademark for its Big Mac burger in the European Union.
Chipotle Mexican Grill CEO Brian Niccol is still optimistic about the consumer despite the partial federal government shutdown and stock market volatility.
Shares of Blue Apron jumped after the company announced that it plans to reaffirm its ability to be profitable in 2019.
Huawei’s new campus is located in Dongguan, south China with architecture modeled on various European cities.
Seeds carried by China’s Chang’e 4 lunar lander have sprouted, marking the first instance of biological matter growing on the moon.
Gillette said it was time brands acknowledged the role they played in influencing culture.
Alibaba Group President Michael Evans attributed the pull back in the Chinese economy partially to ongoing trade tensions with the U.S.
Companies like Microsoft are now developing virtual reality to be used for workplace training, after VR profits slumped in the entertainment sector.
Jim Cramer explains how data stocks are igniting a market rebound after being wrongly written off by investors.
Jim Cramer zooms through his responses to callers’ stock questions, including one on the prospects for Lockheed Martin.
“The product pipeline is full. It’s fresh. It’s all in the right part of the market,” says former GM vice chair Bob Lutz.
Jim Cramer shares his favorite ways to add gold to a portfolio and encourages investing in the precious metal if you’re nervous about 2019.
Jim Cramer flags some pain points in the U.S.-China trade war and tells investors how to gauge progress in the ongoing dispute.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to key events in the week ahead as earnings season begins with quarterly reports from the biggest U.S. banks.
YETI shares jumped 10 percent after it raised its full-year guidance and previewed full-year results.
Restaurants in the Washington, D.C.-area are feeling the pinch as federal workers skip eating out while the government shutdown continues.
Uber is gearing up for a 2019 IPO, but it faces significant hurdles, including the fact that SoftBank is still owed two board seats.
Mary Kay Bowman’s departure comes months after Square lost its CFO Sarah Friar to Nextdoor.
Taco Bell, the Mexican fast-food chain owned by Yum Brands, will test its first vegetarian menu later this year.
The firm downgrades the world’s largest coffee seller to neutral from buy, citing “a number of points of caution on China.”
The news is likely to be another headache for Huawei, which has become enshrouded in controversy following the arrest of CFO Meng Wanzhou.
Richemont said anti-government protests in France “negatively impacted tourism and led to store closures for six consecutive Saturdays.”
The now-retired yachtswoman saw her love for the sport date back to when she was a child.