Amazon Becomes 2nd U.S. Company To Reach $1 Trillion Market ValueThe company's rise has boosted the fortunes of its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos: His 16 percent stake in Amazon is now worth about $160 billion.
PepsiCo Buys Israel-Based SodaStream For $3.2 BillionIt's a move the beverage giant hopes will further help it adjust as consumers drink less traditional soda and opt more for flavored waters and other drinks.
Coca-Cola Buys Minority Stake In Sports Drink Maker BodyArmorThe soft drink giant finished Tuesday trading at $45.89 per share on the NYSE.
May Day March And Rally On Wall StreetDemonstrators will gather at Battery Park and then march over to Wall Street to stage a protest.
Sprint & T-Mobile Agree To Combine In All-Stock DealThe deal announced Sunday would help the companies slash costs and could make them a stronger competitor to the larger AT&T and Verizon.
'Fearless Girl' Statue Moving To NYSEMayor Bill de Blasio announced the statue's new home on Thursday.
Stock Market Soars As U.S. Posts Stronger Than Expected Jobs ReportOn Friday morning, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the U.S. economy added 313,000 jobs in February. That far exceeded the 200,000 many analysts predicted. It’s also the biggest gain since July 2016.
Stocks Rally To Close Out Roller Coaster Week On Wall StreetIt was another yo-yo day with stocks going through wild gyrations. A surge in the last few minutes had the Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing a brutal few days with a positive push.
Dow Plunges Again, Closes Down More Than 1,000 PointsThe Dow Jones industrial average closed down more than 1,000 points as a weeklong market swoon continued.
Snap Earnings Post Higher Than Expected Revenue, User GrowthThe company's shares, which have nearly halved in the past year, rose more than 20 percent in after-hours trading to $16.95.
Dow Ends Sharply Higher After Early Plunge Of More Than 500 PointsThe Dow Jones industrial average gained 567 points, or 2.3 percent, recouping nearly half of the 1,175-point plunge it took the day before.
Dow Plunges More Than 1,100 PointsBanks are taking some of the biggest losses.