Fidelity, one of the backers of Elon Musk's Twitter takeover in October, has written down its stake in the social media platform by 60% since the deal closed.
Earnings reports from Big Tech giants including Apple and a possible Fed rate hike will test Wall Street's January rally.
The firm specifically cited the performance of its Eylea and Dupixent drugs.
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday.
A radioactive capsule used in its Western Australia mining operations is missing and believed to have fallen off a truck.
Apple will launch a foldable iPad in 2024, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote in a Monday tweet, rather than launching a foldable iPhone.
Ford said Monday it will lower the price of the Mach-E, which is comparable to Tesla's Model Y, by an average of about $4,500, depending on the model.
Ukraine is pressing its allies for faster weapons supplies, while the prospect of receiving fighter jets looks distant for now.
Shou Zi Chew will testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on March 23 about the app's security and privacy practices.
This year, the U.S. justice system, including the Supreme Court, will take on cases that will help determine the bounds of free expression on the internet.
If you lost money in 2022 from the crypto market downturn or a platform's bankruptcy, here's how to handle the loss on your tax return.
CNBC Select analyzed the top insurance companies for drivers under the age of 25 based on cost, coverage and service.
Shares of most of Adani Group companies continued to see sharp losses for a third consecutive trading session.
The firm said the retailer is in a 'position of strength' entering 2023.
"Bookings are showing no signs of recession at this point in time," Chief Financial Officer Neil Sorahan told Reuters.
Morgan Stanley named the stock its top household and personal care pick.
The firm rated the electric vehicle maker a buy while bringing down the price target.
CEO Roy Jakobs told CNBC it was a "necessary intervention to help us to become competitive and lean."
Players of fantasy soccer game Sorare will be able to purchase and use official Premier League-licensed NFTs under an exclusive multi-year agreement.
Earnings reports from Big Tech giants including Apple and the a possible Fed rate hike will test Wall Street's January rally.