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The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Research: funds accessing SEC filings each month post 1.5 percent higher annualized abnormal returns next month.
"Price appreciation, tech represents about 40 to 45 percent of the value of the overall market," Art Cashin says.
The call between Trump and Putin comes as the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election intensifies.
"Quite simply, not sleeping enough can kill us."
Tech stocks are getting wrecked, but one technician says there’s one name that you should own amid the turmoil — Apple.
A deal could be announced as soon as this week, sources said, cautioning that negotiations had not been finalized and that an agreement was not certain.
Now may be a good time to work remotely.
Carrying a balance on your credit card is about to get more costly.
The company has pledged $300 million to the program over the next three years.
While nearly 92 percent of customers have had power restored, more than 121,000 residents still go without
Graduates of these programs earn over six figures.
Warren Buffett tells Berkshire Hathaway that he does not want an increase in compensation.
The House speaker's comments come as Republicans face criticism for not taking a hard stance against the possibility of President Trump firing the special counsel.
While Chinese steel exports to the US are already subject to heavy trade restrictions, the European Union has been largely spared by Washington – until now, it seems.
Is Saudi Arabia a strategic ally or a millstone around the U.S.'s neck, asks Prof. Ebrahim Moosa.
Professional investors see global growth prospects at their lowest level since Brexit as fears of a trade war surge, according to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey.
Thrive Global founder Arianna Huffington reveals the morning routine that sets her up for success.
These business schools are worth the hefty pricetag.
Tech insiders, lawmakers and even Facebook employees have called for input from Facebook's highest executives.
Scientists are studying what happens to humans in outer space to learn more about aging and other diseases.
Goldman Sachs analyst Heath Terry said the market's estimates for Amazon are too low.
"I feel like I might have accidentally ruined my life because I didn't know about the taxes"
"It turns out that living in the midst of conflict is really bad for our health."
The company said it had no rent-regulated apartments when it actually had more than 300 units.
A series of stunning upsets in the NCAA Tournament busted brackets.
Former National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn was almost named the head of the CIA, according to a report from Politico.
CNBC's Joe Kernen says only time will tell how Facebook deals with its problems.
More companies are hiring experienced seniors in this tight labor market.
A law degree can prove very lucrative.
United Airlines is halting the shipment of pets in airplane cargo holds while it studies improvements after the death of a puppy and mistakes in handling other dogs sparked negative publicity.
Tuesday's meeting is the first time a large group of employees will have the opportunity to question company leadership.
Your exit strategy can have a huge impact on your future success.
School officials on Tuesday reported a shooting at a Maryland high school.
The Food and Drug Administration is taking the first step toward implementing a rule about the role flavors, including menthol, play in attracting users to certain tobacco products.
"Judge our trade policy by its results," he adds.
Lawmakers have until midnight Friday to approve a spending bill, or the government's spending authority will lapse for the third time this year.
Wall Street analysts are optimistic Facebook's ad business will stay robust after data scandal.
Airlines are waiving date-change fees as an early-spring snowstorm heads toward the Northeast.
Here's a look at the salary needed to clear $100,000 in each state.
Although the calendar may say Tuesday is the first day of spring, the weather won't cooperate across a large chunk of the country.
Migration to passive managed funds continues, but rising rates and market volatility is leading the move from indexing.
The market doesn’t have the chops to deliver like it did in 2017, according to PNC's Amanda Agati.
Walmart is bringing FedEx shops for printing, packing and shipping into 500 of its U.S. stores.
You don't have to be among them.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
The U.S. is under pressure to work with the Saudis toward a nuclear energy program for the kingdom; if it doesn't, China or Russia may fill the void.
After trailing the S&P 500 over the past year, transports stocks could have their turn in the driver's seat.
European markets will continue underperforming the U.S., according to a new report from Oppenheimer.
Facebook's ability to manage the latest crisis over alleged data breaches will ultimately determine its long-term future, according to an analyst at Goldman Sachs.
Protectionism worries in the CNBC Fed Survey far outpace concerns over inflation, terrorism and even the Fed itself.
The S&P is now seen ending the year at 2,839, about 5 percent higher than the current level.
Whole Foods will host a summit on Tuesday for up to 200 of its suppliers, amid anxiety about how its ongoing business revamp will play out under new owner Amazon.com.
Police in Texas fear a serial bomber planted four powerful explosive devices that have killed two people and injured four others this month.
The U.S. Congress, facing a Friday midnight deadline, toiled to finish writing a $1.2 trillion bill to fund the federal government through Sept. 30.
"Technology is the differentiator for this cycle, which means the market has to be led by tech," says Andrew Garthwaite, Credit Suisse's head of global equity strategy.
Steve Gray of Asteri Networks said people are getting used to choosing the kind of content they want.
Most Android phones will have to wait until 2019 to duplicate the 3D sensing feature behind Apple's Face ID security.
Over the last few weeks a metric for borrowing rates in the U.S. has started to climb, and it has concerned some investors who trade in financial instruments with very short-dated maturities.
At some point, monthly costs for customers will force them to choose between services, which could pressure companies into reaggregation.
All eyes are on the Federal Reserve then over the next couple of days and the smart money appears to be set on the first of three or four rate hikes this year taking place on Wednesday.
Big brands have to reestablish trust with consumers on data safety, said futurist Chris Riddell.
Trump's priority is to fix only certain trade deficits, says a former IMF chief economist.
The Kingdom has taken a major step in its bid to welcome more women into the workforce.
The Fed is expected to upgrade its view of the economy, but it's unlikely to publicly discuss one economic risk.
U.S. and South Korea are resuming joint military exercises next month.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned self-ruled Taiwan on Tuesday that it will face the "punishment of history" for any attempt at separatism.
Harvey Weinstein, the company's ex-chairman, has been accused of sexual harassment and assault.
He called it a good buying opportunity, and said there are three sectors to consider: Financials, industrials and tech.
Vienna is once again the city offering the best quality of life in the world, according to an annual survey from Mercer.
If Mark Zuckerberg wants help writing an apology, he could just turn to one of his board members, who has plenty of experience with it.
The discussions between the Saudi crown prince and Trump are expected to play a "critical role" in the president's next steps regarding the 2015 nuclear agreement, a senior administration official said.
The pullback on Wall Street overnight looked set to influence sentiment in Asia during the Tuesday trading day.
Malls need to adapt to changing consumer needs in order to survive.
At Amazon's annual MARS conference, Jeff Bezos gets friendly with another robot.
Carolyn Everson, Facebook's vice president of marketing, says that the company is "outraged and beyond disturbed" that the firm Cambridge Analytica misused the data of 50 million people.
Jim Cramer senses some major market controversy and calls for investors to prepare for the market to hit lower levels.
More Californians are leaving the state, particularly lower-income residents.
Jim Cramer sits down with Cigna CEO David Cordani to hear the story behind Cigna's deal to buy Express Scripts.
Jim Cramer comes around on e-commerce platform Etsy following its latest earnings report.
Constitutional watchdogs and former government officials criticized the reported use of NDAs in the White House.
Jim Cramer weighs the possible outcomes of Wednesday's Fed meeting and their potential effects on bank stocks.
If you're one of 2.13 billion Facebook users, Wiley recommends a "healthy dose of skepticism."
Latvia has agreed to dramatically cut bank deposits from foreigners – often from Russia and other ex-Soviet states – amid allegations of money laundering, the FT reports.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has done a "horrible, horrible" job handling Facebook's latest crisis, tech investor Jason Calacanis says.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Atlanta is often touted as a front-runner for Amazon's second headquarters but there is a growing chorus of resistance from those who say the 50,000 jobs simply aren't worth the hassle, the Atlanta Business Journal reports.
Joseph diGenova was talking about then-President Bill Clinton, but his views could put him at odds with several of his colleagues on Trump's legal team.
The biggest threat to stocks is Democrats taking control of the House away from the Republicans, says investor Marc Lasry.
Possible tweaks include making individual tax cuts permanent or changing capital gains tax policy.
Bitcoin prices recovered above $8,400 Monday as global financial watchdogs took a tempered approach to cryptocurrency regulation ahead of the G-20 meeting Tuesday.
Choose actively managed funds to beat the market amid the current volatility, says analyst.
Daniels is suing President Trump to void a non-disclosure pact barring her from discussing an alleged affair with Trump.
Trump's $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports will crush any benefits from tax cuts, says Sara Fagen.
BlackBerry will partner with Microsoft to provide a secure environment for Microsoft Office apps.
Twitch streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins says lot of his income is derived from Amazon Prime subscribers and YouTube.
A measure comparing riskier tech stocks to safer utilities is triggering memories of what happened just before the dotcom bubble wrecked the market 18 years ago.