Bill Gates is back on top.
The recent euphoria on Wall Street suggests the American economy is roaring. Yet there is a growing risk that growth could grind to a near-halt during the final three months of the year.
Hong Kong stocks tumbled on Wednesday as the city endured a third consecutive day of violent unrest.
Slack may be ubiquitous in offices throughout Corporate America, but the company is facing a formidable challenge from a much larger rival. That has Wall Street analysts increasingly nervous about Slack's future.
Asian stocks were mixed on Friday, with investors reacting cautiously to signs of a thaw in US-China trade tensions.
The Dow fell as much as 450 points Wednesday afternoon after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that the quarter-point rate cut that the Fed had approved earlier in the day was a one-off.
iPhone sales continue to decline and, for the first time in years, no longer account for the majority of Apple's overall revenue.
Don't be fooled by the near-record highs in the US stock market: Sophisticated investors are on edge about the health of the global economy and corporate profits.
Warren Buffett is picking sides in the biggest oil industry bidding war in recent memory.
Amazon's profit machine shows little sign of slowing down.
Chipotle hasn't put its past health problems behind it.
US stocks climbed past their all-time highs on Tuesday, as stocks continued to rally from their December lows.
Starbucks' big rival in China just announced plans to go public in the United States.
The first quarter is over. Now we're about to find out just how bad it was for big American companies.
Worries over slowing economic growth are weighing on global markets.
Levi Strauss enjoyed a fashionable debut on the New York Stock Exchange last week. Now the owner of Lee and Wrangler wants to prove that there's room for another dedicated denim maker on Wall Street.
Tiffany & Co. already warned in January that sales during the holiday were weak. It turned out that demand for jewelry and other bling in the company's trademark blue boxes was a bit worse than what investors expected.
Levi Strauss shares are in demand as the blue jeans maker returns to the stock market after a 34-year absence.
Growing trade tensions continue to be bad news for FedEx.
Prada is feeling China's economic slowdown as it struggles to keep pace with its global rivals in the biggest market for luxury goods.
Coca-Cola investors could use some refreshment. Coke is one of the worst performers in the Dow so far this year, and it is one of the biggest losers in the S&P 500, too.
Investors around the world will have to start paying more attention to China's roller-coaster stock market.
The stock market doesn't care about Michael Cohen's testimony. But it does care about whatever is happening with President Donald Trump's trade deal with China.
China's recent stock market turmoil has dealt a heavy blow to the ranks of its super-rich.