1. Stocks still have room to gain: It's been a bumpy ride for stocks lately, but the bull market that began in March 2009 is about to make history: On Wednesday, it will be 3,453 days old — the longest ever.
Tesla's stock tumbled after CEO Elon Musk said he's working himself to the bone and relies on Ambien to sleep.
President Donald Trump says he has asked the SEC to study whether to stop requiring companies to report quarterly earnings.
It's hard to imagine how the situation could get any worse at JCPenney, which was once a powerhouse of retail.
So much for all those worries that Walmart was losing ground to Amazon.
Uber's financial picture improved in the second quarter: Its revenue jumped and its losses narrowed.
The maker of Corona is betting that consumers want something more than beer and booze.