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U.S. stock losses escalate after midday, sending benchmark indexes into the red.
JP Morgan is sponsoring a cool new app at this year's U.S. Open.
In honor of Friday's World Elephant Day, major tech companies including eBay and Etsy, are taking measures to combat illegal online wildlife trafficking.
For patient EBAY bulls, a healthy pullback finally may be developing as a new month begins.
With chaos blaring in the headlines, market players simple shrug.
CommerceHub completed its spin-off from Liberty Interactive and CEO Frank Poore says independence will create some change at the company.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking seven-day streak came to a quiet end on Thursday as a mix of earnings came in weaker than expected.
Quarterly reports continued to come in at breakneck speed with some of the key highlights including American Express, eBay, General Motors, Southwest Airlines, and Biogen.
eBay beat the Street in Q2, posting earnings of $0.43 a share on revenue of $2.2 billion. Analysts were looking for $0.42 a share on sales of $2.17 billion.
For the week of July 18, the earnings parade continues, with dozens of major companies reporting financial results.
Jim Cramer says several stocks, including Ford, JP Morgan, and eBay Would be Hurt by a Brexit
U.S. stocks traded lower after world's largest company posted disappointing sales for the first three months of the year.
Jim Cramer says Morgan Stanley's latest research report on EBay should be a warning sign to investors.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said you want to aggressively buy shares of 3M, which had an ‘unbelievable’ quarter.
U.S. futures are up slightly following the Fed's decision to hold interest rates at their current levels.
Is it Friday yet? A day full of sound and fury but perhaps signifying nothing. As I expected, the Fed acknowledged tightening financial conditions in the credit markets. Spreads have widened and the cost of debt and capital has risen. Here's my Fed ...
Not time to panic yet, but keep a close watch on events.
Early sales numbers for Thanksgiving eve and the holiday itself shows a clear trend toward electronic shopping, particularly mobile.
Goldman Sachs removes eBay (EBAY) from its Conviction Buy list, but keeps the stock's Buy rating, with a $33 price target. As Goldman puts it: "Since being added to the Americas Conviction List on 12/14/11, EBAY is up 128% vs. the S&P up 72% and we ...
Technicals makes the chart look toppy.