Thanks a lot, Big Blue. IBM drags on the Dow while the S&P and Nasdaq maintain gains as earnings season rolls on. Plus, a market warning sign is flashing red for the first time since 2007. And, Roku gets slammed as Amazon and Best Buy team up, but is the sell off overdone for the streaming device maker
Adidas would like to sign Colin Kaepernick, if he gets a new NFL team. But some are responding that if the company is serious, it should sign him regardless.
Swedish soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, new to the LA Galaxy, will be the face of Visa's global marketing campaign for the World Cup. Is he the right choice?
Market strategist Tom Lee estimates that US households have around $25 billion in tax liability from crypto gains. Whether people will actually report the gains is doubtful.
Elizabeth Stark of bitcoin payment software Lightning Labs, which just launched its beta, says the "blockchain, not bitcoin" hype is reversing now.
Shares of Spotify will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange today under the ticker, SPOT. But don't call it an IPO—at least not a traditional one.