U.S. stocks rise with odds of intervention
U.S. stocks rally Friday to reclaim weekly gains as investors anticipated central-bank moves in Europe as well as by the U.S. Federal Reserve. See full story.
Facebook keeps Wall Street divided
Social network's shares fall 15% after its first earnings report. Analysts stay divided on the stock, as some see great potential in the ad business while others are concerned about lockup expirations. See full story.
Facebook shares still way overvalued
There's nothing in Facebook's latest earnings report to suggest that a fair value estimate for the stock of $13.80 needs major revision, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.
Facebook CEO speaks, but offers no guidance
Mark Zuckerberg joins the analysts' conference call and talks about the company's push in mobile, but as expected, Facebook offers no guidance, writes Therese Poletti. See full story.
Amazon plans to keep up its big spending
Amazon.com Inc.'s forecast for a loss wasn't what Wall Street had been looking for, as the company plans to keep spending, perhaps on new products See full story.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg probably views his company's first earnings report as he would a trip to the dentist, but he still would be wise to get on the conference call with investors, writes Therese Poletti. See full story.
Most financial advisers have their clients' best interests at heart, but there are a few bad apples. Here's how to protect yourself, and your retirement funds, from rogue brokers and bad advice. See full story.