To the extent that Senators should take advice from Cook, Tuesday's hearing on taxes wasn't a complete waste of our everybody's time.
NIne more buy-rated stocks of retailers reporting this week.
Best Buy fell in pre-market trading as the retailer reported earnings that came in above Wall Street's expectations, but missed on revenue estimates.
U.S. stock futures are flat; JPMorgan holds its annual meeting Tuesday; Home Depot tops forecasts and raises guidance; Yahoo! upgrades Flickr.
Shares of Urban Outfitters plunged in after-hours trading even after the company posted better-than-expected earnings results and strong profit growth.
Another entrepreneurial U.S. startup bites the dust... sort of.
By not innovating now, brick and mortar retail such as Target poorly prepares itself to respond to inevitable disruption.
TJ Max, Saks and seven others report earnings, some following multi-year high stock highs.
PayPal announces "Cash for Registers;" small-business optimism improves; Kabbage expands financing to bricks-and-mortar businesses; restaurants tapping into big breakfast opportunity; GoDaddy launches restaurant-specific Web site designs.
Investors shun J.C. Penney Friday following dismal earnings results and concerns over whether the company can regain the traction it lost even with the return of its former CEO.