Companies that can compete successfully on price and manage their costs should still do well despite federal budget cuts.
After a rough start to the Obamacare health-insurance exchanges, some are calling for delays to the implementation of individual penalties under the Affordable Care Act. But is all the uproar overblown?
After Apple announced it's giving away iWorks and Mavericks, Microsoft fired back saying the move wouldn't hurt its business -- but it's Google that Microsoft should actually be worried about.
With Google above $1,000, investors may be wondering who's next. MasterCard, Netflix and Amazon all look like good bets.
Apple may have created the iPad as a consumer device, but more and more businesses are looking to it for their productivity needs.
Revenue at the tech giant isn't expected to climb, even as rivals Accenture and Infosys saw sales gains in their recent results. But IBM earnings could still rise.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's health-insurance exchanges didn't get off to a perfect start. Can CGI Group and Quality Software Services answer congressional questions about why they didn't match the success of peers Xerox and Maximus?
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.
The company is in a hot sector, but can it keep its intermediary role in the face of future moves from eBay's PayPal and credit card giants Visa and MasterCard?