Xiaomi's Mi Note 2 is unlikely to win over users of the more high-end Galaxy Note 7 that has been recalled, says IDC's Tay Xiaohan.
Things are looking better for stocks with the end of the earnings recession, big corporate deals, and, this week, the largest IPO of the year so far.
Market jitters don't end when Americans cast ballots. There will be plenty of reasons to stay in protect-your-money mode after the election.
U.S. stocks are sitting at a critical point and the S&P 500 index could drop by up to 10 percent before year-end, according to Nomura's Bob Janjuah.
Unlike an flexible savings account, health savings account funds don't expire at the end of the year and they're portable when you change jobs or insurers.
In order to end the flow of conflict diamonds, jewelry makers are jumping on a trend of "ethically sourced" jewels, some of which are grown in a lab.
Earnings, U.S. data and Fed speak due in coming days could help add confidence to a picture of moderate growth and an end to the earnings recession.
Technical analyst Louise Yamada says these are the key levels to watch for oil before the end of 2016.
Strategist Tom Lee is advising clients buy a group of out-of-favor stocks to capitalize on a year-end rally.
Sending a fully autonomous Tesla from Los Angeles to New York by the end of 2017 is ambitious, but maybe not realistic, says a former NHTSA official.