'Bad Boys for Life' is on pace to have the second-best opening ever during the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend with $68.1 million
The Will Smith/Martin Lawrence action-comedy will have the biggest opening weekend ever for the franchise by the time the holiday weekend is over.
Customer 'paranoia' over Amazon Web Services could help Microsoft unseat it as the dominant cloud in the market, analyst says
From Walmart picking Microsoft Azure to last year's Capital One breach, an analyst says Amazon has a few big weaknesses that Microsoft could target.
GOLDMAN SACHS: Stocks that pay huge dividends are historically cheap. Here are the 12 poised to make the biggest payouts to investors through 2021.
The firm names a dozen stocks that offer big, fast-growing dividends, and are available at far lower prices than the average S&P 500 stock.
Warren Buffett counted World Book among Berkshire Hathaway's best businesses. Here's how it became his 'most difficult problem.'
"I don't think it will be the business that it was five years ago," Buffett said. "Our sales and earnings trends have gone in the wrong direction."
Trump's trade deal has an enforcement mechanism, but whether the deal survives hangs on whether or not that mechanism is used in "good faith."
Alphabet's soaring stock just pushed it above a $1 trillion market cap. Here are the 11 highest-valued public companies.
The list of highest-valued firms remains tech-heavy, though oil behemoth Saudi Aramco maintains the world's highest market cap at $1.84 trillion.
Buzzy mattress maker Casper is pitching itself as a tech company, just like WeWork did. Here why business experts are dubious.
Like WeWork before it, Casper is trying to play up its technology bona fides. But there's little reason to believe it's really a tech company.
A market expert lays out how the worst 'corporate inequality' in 30 years spells doom for stock returns — and shares his best strategy for staying afloat
Stock market investors are confronting an "incredible valuation problem" that can stop the rally in its tracks, according to SocGen's quant experts.
Whether it's Trump or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, politicians keep getting it wrong when it comes to the US economy
Trump says stock records prove the economy is great. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks it's terrible for normal people. They're both wrong — and right.
The rally has been driven not by Tesla's familiar up-and-down story, nor by CEO Elon Musk's cult of personality, but by facts and fundamentals.
Business Insider spoke with five restaurant industry insiders about the biggest challenge facing the business in 2020.
There's a widening gap between wage and stock growth, and its only accelerated since Trump's inauguration in January 2017.
'Tariffs will absolutely bankrupt our business': US companies warn against Trump's plans to tax wine and cheese imports
"The proposed tariffs would force the price of these wines to the point where they would be unsellable," one company told the US trade office.
Wall Street Insider is a behind-the-scenes look at the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.
'Grave danger': The world's biggest stock bear says it could take 30 years for stocks to be fairly valued — and says a 67% market loss is 'far more likely'
"The risks that investors face don't care whether their investment horizon is 10 years, or 12 years, or 20 years," said John Hussman.
Warren Buffett's 'most gruesome mistake' was buying Dexter Shoe. Here's the story of his $9 billion error.
"As a financial disaster, this one deserves a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records," the Berkshire Hathaway boss and famed investor said.
A group of small tech firms told Congress that Google, Apple and Amazon used bullying tactics to try to crush them. Here are some of the most astounding stories they shared.
These companies testified in Congress against big tech's alleged anticompetitive tactics: 'Help us Congress, you're our only hope'
The banking titan also polled clients on when they expected the next US recession and on their predictions for US stocks and Fed rate cuts.
Dave & Buster's skyrockets 16% after private equity fund KKR says it's pushing for changes at the chain
In a filing, KKR disclosed that it holds a 10.7% stake in Dave & Buster's. That's an increase from September 2019, when it held a 2.65% stake.
Economists are slashing 4th-quarter GDP forecasts — citing poor holiday sales and warm winter weather
Bank of America, JPMorgan, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta pulled fourth-quarter GDP estimates lower following soft December retail figures.
The nation's six top banks saved $18 billion in 2019 as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, according to an analysis by Bloomberg News.
The troubled coworking startup added about 184,000 square feet of US space, a 93% drop from its average in the past four quarters, CBRE data showed.
Wall Street is more terrified of an Elizabeth Warren presidency than previously thought, new report finds
Barclays drew up five reports that assessed a largely negative impact from a Warren presidency on many economic and financial sectors.
Home starts reached a 1.61 million annualized rate last month, beating the 1.38 million estimate from economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
Why one Wall Street analyst thinks Alphabet could surge another 15% after hitting a $1 trillion market value
A 15% surge in Alphabet's stock would put it in the running to be the highest-valued US company. Apple currently holds the title.
Tariffs between the two sides have exacerbated a broader slowdown in the sector, recent Fed research found, and chipped away at factory jobs.
The 5 most valuable US tech companies are now worth more than $5 trillion after Alphabet's record close
Big Tech's record-high valuation comes amid heightened regulatory scrutiny and calls from legislators to break up the massive companies.
The biggest bitcoin trust brought in a record $608 million last year - and most of it was from hedge funds
Grayscale Investment's inflows in 2019 surpassed the value of the previous six years combined, the company said in its annual investment report.
The world's most accurate economic forecaster 8 years running told us why Trump's Phase One trade deal is not nearly enough to prevent a looming US slowdown
Christophe Barraud, the most accurate forecaster of the US and Chinese economies, explains why the trade risk to markets is far from eliminated.
A CIO overseeing $230 million explains how he's gaming the biotech industry by investing with minimal risk — and shares his 2 favorite stocks in the space
"Here's a really simple way of playing in the biotechnology arena without having to be taking on the risks of getting a drug approved," Frigon said.
This is what traders are talking about.
Goldman Sachs is rethinking how it makes private-equity bets with its own money – and one analyst thinks that shift will be a big driver of its stock price
CEO David Solomon said Goldman will be taking fewer private-equity stakes on its balance sheet to free up capital and boost key profitability metrics.
The drop from 6.6% growth in 2018 reflected a raft of challenges. China's birth rate and manufacturing investment also dropped to record lows.
Apple was the first US company to hit the milestone market valuation in 2018. Since, Microsoft and Amazon have also reached $1 trillion market values.
Facebook has cancelled efforts to put ads in WhatsApp, more than a year after its founders resigned in protest of the effort
Facebook's move to disband WhatsApp's ad team comes more than 18 months after WhatsApp cofounders Brian Acton and Jan Koum left the company.
The text offered for the first time the details of what will be expected in a new chapter of relations between the two largest economies.
The No. 2 mutual-fund manager of 2019 is a green-energy and tech investor. He told us how he picks the companies with the brightest futures — and offered a peek into his portfolio.
A top-rated tech and green-energy investor explains how he melds a focus on company fundamentals with an eye on the trends shaping the future.
The US market "is running on fumes," Bank of America analysts wrote, and stocks could see "multiple compression" before the year is out.
Here are the 30 most powerful people in Bank of America's $8 billion bond-trading division, which just had a big shakeup
COO Tom Montag oversees one of the most formidable FICC divisions on Wall Street. Here are his top executives and lieutenants.
Casper's money-losing mattress business will face a tough IPO path, and some observers think the IPO might even get scrapped
Business experts think Casper could face a chilly reception, because Wall Street is growing increasingly skeptical of companies like it.
'We're riding a century-old measurement off a cliff': Andrew Yang tears into GDP as an outdated metric to gauge national wellbeing
"If these are your measurements, then you're going to think things are going in one direction, while your way of life disintegrates," Yang said.
Investor Joel Greenblatt is crushing 96% of peers by adding a unique twist to the famed strategies of Warren Buffett and Ben Graham. He shared with us his winning approach.
Greenblatt, managing principal and cochief investment officer at Gotham Funds, wants you to think about buying stocks like you would buying a house.
How an investment in China's biggest baby formula maker fueled a monster earnings beat for Morgan Stanley
A single investment made six years ago in China Feihe nearly doubled revenues in Morgan Stanley's smallest business segment.
The robust US labor market and continued bull run for the US stock market drove the Bloomberg index to its highest level in more than 19 years.
The passage handed President Donald Trump another trade victory on the same day that impeachment proceedings moved to the upper chamber.
Goldman Sachs stresses that it decides who gets an Apple Card — after Apple's snub that it was 'created by Apple, not a bank'
"Whoever lays claim to the creation of the card, there's only one institution that's making underwriting decisions, and that's Goldman Sachs."
The surge in assets and accounts signals that Schwab's ending commission fees is paying off by attracting customers and boosting new revenue streams.
Morgan Stanley slaps Tesla with its first 'sell' rating in 7 years, arguing it lacks upside after spiking 100% in just 4 months
"Momentum and sentiment around the stock is admittedly very strong, but we ultimately question the sustainability of the momentum," Adam Jonas wrote.
'I owe the American people an apology': A former healthcare executive says he's sorry for devising the biggest argument against Medicare for All
Wendell Potter, a healthcare advocate, said in an op-ed he regrets crafting the talking point used to fight reform: preserving choice in the system.
Ray Dalio says anyone who wants to understand today's world should read a 32-year-old book about empires
Bridgewater Associates' founder, Ray Dalio, touts a 1987 book by a Yale historian as an illuminating chronicle that is still relevant.