U.S. stocks were headed for a weak open Thursday, as a key two-day summit in Europe gets underway.
Groupon, LinkedIn and Pandora may have all plunged from the prices they hit on their first day of trading.
Millions of BlackBerry users in Europe, the Middle East and Africa were reportedly without Web and texting service Monday because of an outage that BlackBerry maker Research in Motion said it was investigating.
Another disappointing quarter for Research in Motion.
U.S. stocks were poised to open slightly lower Friday, as investors take a breather after four consecutive winning days.
The smartphone boom is a mixed blessing for wireless companies. While the devices have boosted data plan sales considerably, they are threatening to kill another revenue stream dead in its tracks: text messaging.
Being the leader in a market is sooooo overrated. Sometimes, it's better to be an also-ran -- because then you get caught up in crazy takeover speculation!
The recession ended two years ago according to the by-the-book definitions. But tell that to the nearly 14 million Americans who are out of work.
The Swiss franc reached record highs after Moody's Ratings Agency downgraded Greece's sovereign debt to a notch above certain default.
Wall Street faces a data-heavy schedule this week that is expected to bring more volatility to a market full of investors weary from six consecutive weeks of losses.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion, education company Apollo Group and gold prices were among the top trending topics on StockTwits Friday.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion believes its white knight is coming. But while it waits, the company is drastically lowering its financial outlook and handing out pink slips.
Is Android "the new black"? New research from Nielsen indicates that consumer tastes in smartphones may be as variable as fashion trends.
The proliferation of tablets from Apple, Motorola, Samsung and Research in Motion is making for a crowded market -- and it's one that will be worth tens of billions in four short years.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion disappointed investors Thursday with revenue that rose 36% compared to last year but still fell short of expectations.
Once again, investors will focus their attention abroad this week on the crises in Libya and Japan.
U.S. stocks ended little changed on Friday, hovering at two-year highs hit in the previous session, as President Obama signed a tax-cut plan into law.
CNN's Errol Barnett reports on the resumption of Blackberry usage in the UAE.
The United Arab Emirates will not implement a planned ban on all BlackBerry services that was to have gone into effect next week, the state news agency said Friday.
U.S. stocks finished higher Tuesday as a drop in consumer confidence and a mixed reading on home prices failed to sink recovery hopes.
Stocks closed modestly higher Friday on better-than-expected earnings from Oracle and Research in Motion, but a disappointing consumer sentiment report put a cap on gains.
Better-than-expected earnings from Oracle and Research in Motion were expected to lift U.S. stocks, particularly the tech sector, at Friday's open.
Despite widespread speculation that the BlackBerry is past its prime, Research in Motion on Thursday reported quarterly profits that beat analysts' expectations and issued an upbeat forecast.
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Stocks ended mostly lower Friday as investors continued to react to the week's downbeat economic reports that have raised concern about a double-dip recession.
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Cellphone battery dead? No problem: Just borrow a charger from a friend. Oh, wait -- you can't, because your friend doesn't have the same phone as you, and his charger won't work with your phone.
This week, news out of the Middle East saw BlackBerry, the handheld communication device of choice in the corporate world, assailed on multiple fronts over a security problem.
U.S. stocks were set for a lower open Tuesday, ahead of a slew of economic data, as investors mulled the previous session's big run-up.
NTP Inc., a patent holding company that shook up the tech world several years ago by extracting a pricey legal settlement from BlackBerry maker Research in Motion, announced Friday it had launched a fresh barrage of patent infringement lawsuits against the tech world's leading lights.
U.S. stocks were poised to take a small step back Wednesday, the final day of a first quarter bolstered by a strong month of March, as a disappointing report on the job market failed to lift investor confidence.
BlackBerry has introduced its official Twitter application, offering users of the most popular smartphone brand a feature on the rival iPhone that they now can only covet.
Stocks ended higher Friday, with technology shares leading the rebound, amid heavy volume on a day of contract expirations and little economic news.
For two Canadian guys who've spent the past 17 years together building one of the world's most important tech companies, Research in Motion co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis have surprisingly little in common.
Gold prices jumped Thursday, rising back above the psychologically important $900 mark, on renewed fears about the health of the U.S. economy.
Stock futures dropped early Thursday ahead of some key economic readings and amid worries about the health of the banking sector and outlook for tech profits.
Research in Motion, the maker of the popular BlackBerry wireless device, said fourth-quarter profits and sales both doubled over the same quarter last year, thanks to strong gains in subscribers.
Stocks slumped Thursday after a weak manufacturing report exacerbated worries that the economy is heading for a recession, if it's not already in one.
Techs gave up gains and blue chips turned lower Thursday morning after a weak regional manufacturing report revived worries that the economy is headed for a recession, if not already in one.
Stocks rose at the start of trading Thursday, with investors taking heart from developments in the tech sector.
A curious thing happened on Wall Street yesterday. The Dow surged more than 130 points and the S&P 500 had a healthy bump too. By all accounts, it was a good day.
CNN's Charles Hodson asks Max King of Investec Asset Management what lessons from 2007 can be used for 2008.
Stocks rallied Friday, ending a volatile week, thanks to stellar earnings from Research In Motion and a report that Merrill Lynch could receive an investment from Singapore's state-owned investment fund.
Stocks went out with a bang Friday, finishing of a volatile week with a session that saw record volume, thanks to stellar earnings by Research In Motion and a report that Merrill Lynch could receive an investment from Singapore's state-owned investment fund.
Stocks rallied Friday afternoon, at the end of a volatile week, in a session that saw record volume early on and stayed firmly in positive territory thanks to strong earnings by Research In Motion and the possibility that Merrill Lynch will receive an infusion of foreign investment capital.
Stocks flirted with session highs in a high volume session Friday afternoon, thanks to strong earnings by Research In Motion and speculation that troubled banking giant Merrill Lynch will receive an infusion of foreign investment capital.
Stocks held near session highs Friday afternoon, helped by blowout quarterly results from Research in Motion and news that Merrill Lynch may sell a stake in the brokerage to foreign investors.
Stocks maintained their early gains Friday as Wall Street enjoyed a wave of encouraging corporate news, including impressive earnings from BlackBerry maker Research in Motion and a report that banking giant Merrill Lynch may sell a stake to a foreign fund.
Stocks moved steadily higher Friday encouraged by a report that banking giant Merrill Lynch may sell a stake in itself to a foreign fund and impressive earnings from BlackBerry maker Research in Motion.
Stocks soared at the start of Friday's session as investors cheered impressive earnings from BlackBerry maker Research in Motion and reports that banking giant Merrill Lynch may sell a stake to a foreign state-owned investment fund.
U.S. stocks pushed forcefully out of the gate Friday as investors fed off of good news Research in Motion and reports of deals and investments.
Stocks rose Friday morning and bonds slumped after a strong September jobs report reassured investors that the economy is not headed for a recession.
A software glitch shut down e-mail service for some BlackBerry users Friday, and delays were still being felt hours after the problem was fixed.
Shares of Research In Motion fell in premarket trading Tuesday after a Bear Stearns analyst cut his rating on the Blackberry maker, saying the stock is expensive.
U.S. stock were mixed at the start of trading Tuesday as investors awaited key reports on construction, manufacturing and auto sales.
U.S. stocks were mixed at Thursday's open, as investors emerged ambivalent from a day and a-half holiday.
Research in Motion, which makes the BlackBerry wireless device, announced on April 11 that net income was up from a year earlier thanks to a 66 percent increase in sales.
A system failure knocked out BlackBerry service to millions of customers late Tuesday but the company said Wednesday morning that service for "most customers" was restored.
The following stocks were among the most actively traded on Thursday:
Stocks could have a little trouble getting back on track Thursday as they await the March sales from major retailers.
Here are some of the companies whose shares were active in Monday trading:
Wall Street joined the rest of the world in selling stocks at the start of trading Monday, continuing the recent market slump into a fifth trading session.
Stocks fell in light trading Friday amid concerns about the health of the economy.
Santa showed few signs of making a visit to Wall Street on Friday as stocks fell in light trading on concerns about the health of the economy.
The stock rally that has lifted indexes to near record or multi-year highs looks poised to get back on track Friday ahead after a key reading on inflation showed zero increase and a measure of business spending rose more than expected.
Stocks were mixed Friday, with the Dow Jones industrial average briefly topping its all-time closing high for the second day in a row.
Stocks were mixed at the open Friday, with the Dow Jones industrial average briefly topping its all-time closing high for the second day in a row, as investors digested a weaker-than-expected report on consumer spending.
U.S. stocks open mixed Friday, as lackluster economic news confronted some positive developments in the tech sector.
Stocks were poised to one last shot at breaking the all-time closing record Friday, helped by strong earnings news from the tech sector and despite news of a consumer spending slump in August.
Tech stocks could lead the way higher at Friday's open after a key device maker's positive results, as the Dow Jones industrial average starts the day less than 5 points from its all-time closing high.
As stocks continue their volatile ride along what appears to be the bottom of a market downturn, investors will focus on one key event next week: The statement from the Federal Reserve's policy meeting.
Stocks rose Friday morning as investors welcomed a March jobs report that showed strong growth in the labor market, but little wage inflation.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion said Friday it agreed to pay $612.5 million to patent holding company NTP to settle a long-running dispute that had threatened to shut down the popular wireless e-mail service for its 3 million users.
The stock market ultimately succumbed to tech weakness Friday, at the end of a choppy session in which investors worked to set aside a profit warning from Intel and a jump in bond yields.
Stocks rose modestly Thursday morning after several better-than-expected earnings reports in the technology sector and a government consumer spending reading that showed inflation under control.
Stocks clung to a tight range at the open Wednesday, as investors took a pause after a four-week runup that has boosted the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq composite to 4-1/2 year highs.
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Stocks weakened Thursday morning as rising energy prices trumped any positive corporate news or economic readings.
Stocks opened cautiously as investors focused on oil prices and looked ahead to a report on home sales.
Continued high oil prices could give stocks trouble in the early going Tuesday.
Stocks ended moderately higher but well off their highs Monday after rising oil prices wiped out a morning rally.
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U.S. stock markets were little changed early Wednesday, with investors reluctant to do much ahead of the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting.
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Wall Street is set to open the final session of the week on a more positive note Thursday as shares of Yahoo! Inc. and Genentech Inc. rose after the bell Wednesday after the companies reported quarterly earnings well ahead of forecasts.
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