The reputation of the ugly American tourist is getting a revival in one seaside Irish village.
This week, a mother lode of second quarter earnings are due. Early results are giving Wall Street reasons to be encouraged.
Farm-to-table meals have become so popular that hotels are now getting in the game by offering prepared meals using food hooked or shot by guests.
Herbalife is ramping up its rhetoric against arch-nemesis Bill Ackman.
Investors increasingly are running from risk even while maintaining a strong presence in the stock market.
Enter Gaga, a New Yorker, who shot a public service announcement for California's Save Our Water.
Geopolitical events like what's happening in Ukraine and Gaza can be market movers but still take a back seat to the biggest influence of all.
With all eyes on the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine—and markets swooning—many investors may wonder what, if anything, they should do.
Another prominent market bull has joined the growing ranks of Wall Street strategists who think a correction is not far away.
With headwinds such as the euro zone crisis and higher fuel costs, Carnival saw second-quarter profits plunge. Is this a temporary setback or can we expect more of the same?
Who says old school technology is dead? Has anyone notice the top performers in the Dow in July?
Bank results are on a roll, and it's picking up speed. Yet these stocks are starting to look pricey.
For the first time in recent memory, Main Street borrowing and spending has been a bigger driver of earnings than Wall Street's trading.
Warren Buffett's annual gift to the Gates Foundation is worth a record $2.1 billion this year, up from $2.0 billion last year.
Viking Global Investors, the $28.8 billion firm led by Andreas Halvorsen, is preparing the launch of a new fund to focus on illiquid investments.
John Paulson correctly anticipated merger activity in the energy sector, making him one of the big winners of Whiting's purchase of Kodiak.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen highlights that some sectors, like social media and biotech, are seeing stretched valuations.
Markets were treated to a plateful of U.S. economic data on Tuesday. As usual, the offerings were mixed as some were benign and others sour.
If recent speeches from prominent Federal Reserve officials are any indication, the U.S. central bank is feeling pretty emboldened.
The DOW closed above 17,000 on a strong U.S. jobs report. Strong upward momentum has seen all-time highs but charts suggest momentum may slow.