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Even in a down market, these stocks climbed. Find out why.
Univision reportedly won the bankruptcy auction for U.S. internet publisher Gawker Media on Tuesday with a bid of $135 million.
Which country gets the gold when it comes to economic future and innovation aptitude?
Today's 17% rally is part of a larger weeklong rally that is based on what, exactly?
Clean Energy Fuels reported another profitable quarter and continues to grow fuel volumes despite a long-lasting oil price downturn.
The container leasing companys CEO sees challenges and opportunities ahead.
Pfizer is hustling to become an oncology powerhouse, which could pay off big time for investors and patients.
Federal prosecutors have evidence that VW committed crimes related to its diesel-emissions cheating scandal, and settlement talks are underway. What will the settlement look like and how much will it cost?
A decision by Aetna to stop offering plans in most states further reduces competition, and that could cause plan premiums to spike.
The defense giant has given investors solid long-term returns, and its share price is getting expensive. Could another Lockheed Martin stock split be in the works?
With clinical trial data in hand, management highlights the steps remaining to get nusinersen on the market.
The iPhone SE is attracting lots of new customers to Apple, and this is a major positive for investors.
CEO Mark Fields made that bold promise on Tuesday, but at least at first, Ford will only make its self-driving vehicles available to ride-sharing and ride-hailing services. Here's why.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals' problems continue to mount despite small rays of sunshine.
Argus downgrades the country's largest burger chain, but the Golden Arches aren't tarnished just yet.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.'s stock has done too well for Bernstein Research analyst John McDonald to stay bullish.
StemCells Inc. shares jumped more than sixfold to $2.35 per share in early afternoon trade Tuesday after the company said it would merge with Israeli private company Microbot Medical Ltd. to develop robotics-based medical devices.
Pricing pressure hampers the drugmaker's older insulin drugs.
If the second quarter is any indication, Dick’s Sporting Goods is already gaining ground amid Sports Authority's downfall.