Prices have fallen into the $1,600 range this week. MSN Money columnist Michael Brush says that may represent a bottom.
Thursday’s woes and the struggles of the last few weeks are rooted in fear of two things: economic weakness and a lack of will among leaders to do much about it.
CEO Reed Hastings has clearly been right about the advent of video streaming, which is just getting started. If there's a problem, it's that he may be too far ahead of his users.
Obama's proposed 'Buffett Rule' aims to cut an advantage the wealthy enjoy because of lower taxes on investment income from dividends and capital gains. Critics say it will hurt the market.
The recent spate of layoffs has more to do with the last recession than any new one that's brewing.
A Chinese online retailer hopes to raise up to $5 billion in the US, topping Google for the biggest Internet initial public offering ever.
A Greek default seems certain, though it may not happen for a few months. As investors scramble to protect themselves, here's what to expect if a default occurs. With video analysis.
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Serious issues like drought and the deterioration of the developed world spell opportunity for this industry leader.
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