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British publishing company Pearson is exploring the sale of its financial newspaper, The Financial Times, Bloomberg reported.
CEOs are feeling more confident in 2015, but competitive pressure is raising concerns in C-suites around the world, KPMG reports.
Morgan Stanley delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Monday.
The markets have provided another buying opportunity within the oil space, analyst Mike Kelly said
University of California Health said Friday its computers were hacked in an attack that could affect 4.5 million people.
Here's the real reason why the Federal Reserve wants to tighten monetary policy, Jim Bianco said.
Is Marvel's Ant-Man a step too far? Americans have seen a lot of movies based on comic books, but there are signs that the trend is over.
As many firms look to snap up businesses in the hot merger and acquisitions market, one entrepreneur has founded a corporate matchmaking start-up.
The Donald's rise to the top of many recent GOP polls tells us a couple of important things. Politico's Ben White explains.
U.S. consumer sentiment fell in early July and missed expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
The impact of a stronger dollar is projected to hurt U.S. exports and GDP even more in the coming year according to the N.Y. Fed.
Julia Gillard, Australia's first female Prime Minister, talks to CNBC's Karen Tso, on the CNBC Conversation.
GE may have found the next big thing, analyst Nicholas Heymann said Friday, after the company's latest earnings report beat expectations.
Shares of Ericsson jumped 5.7 percent after the mobile telecom equipment maker posted second-quarter sales and operating profit above market expectations on Friday.
General Electric has offered concessions in an bid to counter EU regulatory concerns about its bid for Alstom's power unit.
Samsung C&T shareholders approved a $7.7 billion all-stock takeover offer from Samsung's de facto holding company Cheil Industries on Friday.
Sanford Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi explains why the assessment of Apple by Jeffrey Gundlach of DoubleLine is accurate.
Companies, fearing a possible backlash by customers, are increasingly taking a stand on issues from gay marriage to the Confederate flag.
Four: the women that made 2015's Forbes list of the world's 30 richest people. That number might not be a surprise, though where they live could.
Manufacturing conditions in the region improved slightly in July, but well below economists' expectations, the Philly Fed said.