Why Tiffany, Infosys, and Abercrombie & Fitch stocks are on the move today.
The Indian IT consulting firm has struggled in a tough industry environment. Can Infosys outpace Accenture and IBM to produce greater growth in 2014? Find out here.
Let's take a look at the first full trading week of 2014.
The IT outsourcing giant, based in India, refutes charges of visa fraud, but still opts to pay record fine.
Safeway's earnings plunge, but the stock soars and delights investors, topping Tesoro's gains to lead the S&P's day.
The outsourcing and IT consulting business has been under pressure lately, and Infosys earnings could feel the strain just like IBM and Accenture have.
A report from a rival has many expecting Infosys earnings to come in weak.
The founder and former CEO returns to the IT services and consulting firm, along with his son, Rohan Murthy.
The Dow has tended to bounce back after declines lately, but emerging markets aren't so lucky.
Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?