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U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street as Microsoft and Amazon get set to report quarterly results. Jonathan Marino has details from the Nasdaq.
Netflix and Coach headline a busy week of earnings reports. TheStreet's Brittany Umar details what lies in the week ahead.
All three of these IPOs have defied numerous short calls, and have continued to triumph.
Investment firm Paulson & Co. buys Steinway Musical Instruments for about $512 million in a deal that will take the piano-maker private.
Zynga Zapped, Fertilizer Foolishness, Perrigo Ploy and Cohen's Remorse highlight Gregg Greenberg's Dumbest Things on Wall Street this week.
China's decision to overhaul its industrial sector pushed stocks down as investors dislike Amazon and Zynga results. Starbucks delights.
SGN CEO Chris DeWolfe explains what it takes to create the next game obsession.
The wave of earnings reports continues on Monday with McDonald's kicking off a week that will see releases from Apple and Facebook as well.
Apple says it will build a solar farm to power its new data center in Reno, Nev.
T3's Scott Redler gives a trading strategy on Zynga. He sees potential in the stock.
The battle for Dell continues as Icahn secures financing. Zynga gets a new CEO and auto sales for June are expected to be good.
U.S. markets ended in the green on Monday and Zynga announced it will cut 520 staffers and close a trio of offices. Ruben Ramirez has details from New York.
Shares of Google surged past $900 and Zynga shares moved higher on word a well-known hedge fund bought shares. Ruben Ramirez has the day's market action from New York.
High-yield bonds now yield what risk-free 10-year treasuries did five years ago