Netflix has doubled CEO Reed Hastings' compensation after stocks tripled. Most of the Netflix CEO's pay is in the form of stocks.
The Fed will hold its first-ever quarterly briefing, and new data will likely reveal sluggish economic growth for the first quarter
Bond trading revenue decreases, along with losses at a Japanese investment, caused Morgan Stanley's first-quarter income to fall by 48 percent
Following the disasters in Japan, the Japanese automaker Toyota won't resume normal production until November or December
Mattel claimed that the MGA Entertainment employee who designed the Bratz doll did so while employed at Mattel
Verizon announced that its next iPhone will work on GSM networks, which are common in other countries. AT&T's iPhone already works with GSM networks, but the Verizon iPhone doesn't yet.
BP money is expected to pay for restoration projects, which may include building new fishing piers and oyster reefs, or stabilizing bird sanctuaries with rock barriers
The price of gold has soared almost 32 percent in a year, making it the best of investments. The rise has been fueled by rock-bottom interest rates and inflation fears. Can the good times last?
Technology stocks rallied, and the blue-chip index reached a high of nearly three years
The center of public opinion is nowhere near the halfway point between the two extremes of the budget debate. Americans lean toward Obama and the Democrats.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may try to limit market volatility in his statement next week, which is scheduled on the same day as the release of the Fed's monetary policy
The board of NYSE turned down an $11.3 billion bid that would divide the company in two
US airline earnings are down as they cope with rising fuel costs and a drop in the number of passengers traveling to Japan