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Google is moving deeper into the travel business. It now review hotels and restaurants via Zagat and is expanding ties with big hotel groups like Hilton Worldwide.
Even at current levels the S&P 500 is trading at 16 times 2014 expectations.
Virtual card spending was significantly higher in the fourth quarter and that enabled credit card processor WEX Inc. to beat Wall Street earnings and revenue expectations.
From the Affordable Care Act to getting a permit from City Hall, jobs are thwarted from every angle. By Bret Jensen We have green arrows across the board in Europe and Asia in front of the first testimony from Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen, and U.S. ...
First-hand experience can give you deeper insight than any analyst's report.
Use this one as a trading vehicle, not as a portfolio holding.
Markets were mixed amid variable earnings results, with growing uncertainty around the wind-down of bond purchases.
Netflix is not going to cable. TheStreet's Rocco Pendola nukes the noise on this rumor, while Brittany Umar goes home with Expedia.
Jobless claims reach the highest 4-week average since April. Facebook, Starbucks and Expedia are the major pre-market movers.
Starbucks and the Boston Beer Co. will report earnings Thursday, but market watchers are waiting on Facebook's report.
Rich Barton, Chairman of Zillow says a good startup is defined by its team and audience.
That's especially so in this lovely low-correlation environment.