Emerging markets experts at Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley are bearish on investing in Brazil regardless of the World Cup.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued Barclays, alleging that its dark pool operated to favor high frequency traders.
An app-only booking company has added keyless room entry and mobile check-in features for hotel guests.
The Commerce Department's decision to allow unrefined U.S. oil exports creates clear winner and losers.
The SEC finally issued an order to start a pilot to trade small caps in increments other than a penny.
Passengers at JFK, La Guardia, Newark and Stewart airports will soon get free Internet under a proposed contract.
Stocks reverse course, retreating from record highs set earlier in the day. Weakness in energy stocks causes selling.
Where some investors see nothing but rolling green fields and placid summer lakes, others see black swans circling high above.
After retreating from highs in early March, shorts sellers in the S&P 500 have returned over the last eight weeks.
Intercontinental Hotels' board rejected a merger offer in May, Sky News reports.
An elite group of former financial pros are behind a major new study on the economic ramifications of climate change.
"Do not be surprised if 'noisy' is now the new 'transitory,'" said Tom Porcelli, chief U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets.
Xunlei Limited, one of China's largest internet companies, priced its IPO last night—one day early (it was expected to price tonight).
The rally in COMEX gold prices from $1,250 has gold bulls excited. After years of falling prices, is this the turnaround they have been hoping for?
U.S. airlines collected $790 million in bag fees in the first quarter of 2013.
Michael Aronstein of MainStay Marketfield Fund criticized Fed policy but said he had increased stock exposure.
The head of Harbinger Group had a miserable 2013 that culminated with him agreeing to an $18 million settlement with the SEC.
There are 18 IPOs scheduled to price this week, putting the market on track for its busiest month since 2000.
An eco-friendly car service seeks to take on the app-dispatched, ride-share companies.
As the stock market sets a series of historic highs, investors can thank companies for buying back their own shares at a near-record pace.