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Netflix fell short of its own expectations on Wednesday when it reported in its third quarter earnings that it added 6.8 million new subscribers. That is just a tick under the 7 million that the company was projecting.
Is the market's love affair with Big Tech finally coming to an end? That might be a stretch. But there's a growing chorus on Wall Street for investors to look beyond the FANG momentum plays and more toward value stocks.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp has announced that Ball Corporation, a provider of aluminum packaging for beverages, personal care and household products, will expand its operations in Rome. The company will build a new aluminum cups manufacturing plant, creating more than 180 new jobs and investi…
We're all familiar with Hollywood and Bollywood — but what about Y'allywood? While Atlanta's moniker might not be as well known, it's not for lack of trying.
African swine fever has ravaged China's pig population, and the country's consumers are feeling the pain. Some are even switching to other meats as the dietary staple becomes unaffordable.
Asian stocks moved higher on Wednesday, following Wall Street's gains overnight. But Hong Kong markets wavered a bit as tensions continue to brew in the financial hub.
Puerto Rico's financial oversight board might live to guard the island's restructuring for another day.
If you are still paying any commission to trade stocks online then you're paying too much. The discount brokerage business, in the span of about a week, has reinvented itself with a business model of zero commissions.
Sears filed for bankruptcy a year ago today. And while the company used the process to shed debt, get out of store leases it didn't want and dodge liquidation, the last 12 months have hardly been a success.
Chipotle will pay for its employees to get business or technology degrees at certain colleges, the company said Tuesday. The new program, which kicks off on November 15, is the restaurant chain's latest effort to attract and retain talent in a highly competitive labor market.
Consumers are still spending, according to JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. But Dimon added that the US trade war with China is weighing on corporate sentiment.
Was your Yahoo account among the 3 billion struck by multiple data breaches between 2013 and 2016? You might be eligible for a $358 payout or two years of free credit monitoring.
Next year's recovery in the global economy will be slightly weaker than expected, and US growth will continue to slow, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.
According to Ronan Farrow's new book, The National Enquirer's top editor directed staffers to shred documents when the Wall Street Journal called for comment before publishing the first story about the Enquirer's "catch and kill" relationship with Donald Trump.
The end could be on the horizon for the United Auto Workers union's four-week long strike against General Motors.
In an extraordinary new letter, NBC News president Noah Oppenheim says former employee Ronan Farrow is engaged in an "effort to defame NBC News."
A Panera Bread employee spilled the chain's not-so-secret trade secret about its signature mac and cheese on TikTok. But the viral fame might've cost her the job.
For most investors, picking a stock or fund is about finding something that you think is worth buying -- a company with strong earnings potential or an ETF that owns market leaders.
Two years ago, Target said it would raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour by the end of 2020. The move won praise from labor advocates and put pressure on other companies to also move to $15.
Netflix has a lot to prove when it reports its third quarter results after the closing bell Wednesday. Concerns about increased competition have reached a fever pitch, and the streaming giant is no longer a stock market darling.
I am sitting in a conference room in the Lower Manhattan headquarters of GQ magazine, staring at an image of Pharrell Williams. The Grammy-winner is wearing a lemon yellow Moncler coat that flows well past his feet. It looks like an upside down lily flower waiting to bloom. His hands are cla…
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A tentative truce between the United States and China has raised hopes — yet again — that the two economic superpowers are inching toward a resolution to the trade war.
Tencent has quietly resumed online broadcasts in China of National Basketball Association preseason games after a dispute last week prompted all of the American league's official Chinese partners to suspend ties.