Stocks in Hong Kong dropped 4% early Thursday, catching up with deep selloffs in the region as the market reopened after an extended holiday.
Lofty forecasts gave Tesla stock a big boost. Bringing hopes to fruition will be much trickier.
Network giant Cisco’s outlook suggests tech demand isn’t as bad as markets fear.
PayPal Holdings this week blocked a parody of its “New Money” Super Bowl ad that swapped in “bitcoin” as the future of money.
Twitter’s fourth-quarter results highlight the challenge it faces when it comes to restarting user growth.
Investor Kyle Bass said Wednesday that China’s liquid foreign reserves are “already below a critical level,” intensifying a debate over China’s ability to keep its currency from falling.
Burger King plans to start selling hot dogs, making its biggest menu change in decades as the unit of Restaurant Brands International seeks to extend recent sales gains.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen waded into fraught territory before Congress on Wednesday, suggesting the central bank could turn to negative interest rates in an economic downturn, despite legal and other uncertainties.
Insurer’s CEO is under pressure to improve performance, and Carl Icahn and other big investors aren’t making it any easier.
U.S. stocks gave up gains in late-afternoon trading, an indication that investors remain hesitant amid the wild swings in markets this year.