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The stock and bond markets continued to react to Donald Trump's presidential win on Monday.
Samsung slashed its profit outlook due to the failure of the Galaxy Note 7, while Sprint looks to raise money to fund its business.
The dual recall of both new and replacement Galaxy Note7 phones has left Samsung Electronics shares in tatters.
A couple of shareholders are not happy with Samsung Electronics as a Galaxy Note 7 forces a plane to evacuate.
Salesforce shareholders react to the Twitter takeover talks, while Constellation brands toasts a solid quarter.
Jim Cramer thinks Samsung's issues stem from the wiring of the battery, and not the battery itself
Amid a massive recall of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7, the company is now shipping replacement devices to stores.
Apple's iPhone 7 now available as regulators recall Samsung's Galaxy Note 7.
Deutsche Bank has 'no intent' of paying the Justice Department $14 billion and Apple's latest iPhone models hit the market.
Investors eye the August jobs report, while lululemon shares drop after missing revenue forecasts.
The broadcaster sold an Olympic record $1.2 billion in advertising even though it saw a 13% decline in ratings from the 2012 London Games.
U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday, following the European Central Bank's decision to keep key interest rates unchanged.
Major companies like Apple, Alphabet and Samsung are battling it out for a slice of the highly lucrative mobile payments space.
For Samsung, the future is all about virtual reality and some cool new advances in mobile.
The market seems unimpressed, but investors should take a second look at this stock.
Amazon.com (AMZN) is reportedly cutting the price of its new tablet in half to just $50 for the 6-inch version.
As we head for the exits today, we're looking at the latest economic data and some top news stories.
Samsung unveiled two new smartphones at its ‘Unpacked’ event at New York's Lincoln Center on Thursday: The Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
U.S. stocks finished up across the board Tuesday after the close of trading as time runs out for Greece to stay in the Euro.
This is a good investment for those willing to accept a fair degree of risk.
TheStreet will be attending the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to uncover the latest trends in self-driving cars, curved TVs and more.
Easy money and tech manufacturing helping to sustain gains in PXP's Vietnam Fund, says Kevin Snowball, CEO of PXP Vietnam Asset Management.
As the shutdown continues, stocks got a lift from Twitter IPO filing. Samsung delivered a strong quarter and Citigroup got slapped.
Most wearable tech just counts steps, but Kiwi goes further. It expands the motion it measures.
LinkedIn finds its cheaper to raise money through selling more stock rather than selling bonds.
Apple turns its attention to the iRadio as iPad sales face cheaper rivals in China and sales slow. UBS sees the stock price going to $560.
Jim Cramer says BlackBerry is a risky stock and if you want to buy it, wait until it's $12 a share.