Today's top stories: The U.S. Senate will use a procedural maneuver to pass tax legislation through the Senate, GE beat revenue expectations and Sketchers sales are doing extremely well overseas.
PCG is having a really bad week.
Procter & Gamble shareholders voted against adding Trian's Nelson Peltz to its board of investors.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said General Electric GE CEO John Flannery had to "do a house cleaning."
Millennials are actually buying small appliances like coffee makers and blenders.
There is no guarantee that companies will use the Trump tax cuts to invest or buy back shares.
An EIA analysis of fuel price data during three years determined that average gas prices were the lowest on Mondays.
Jim Cramer said millennials played a big part in Thor Industries' colossal earnings beat.
Jim Cramer said failing to buy Toshiba's chip unit will hurt Western Digital.
CES Energy Solutions, an oil chemical company, is capitalizing on the booming Permian oil region in West Texas.