Declining earnings in the first quarter may not lead to falling stocks, according to market history.
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Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans discusses when the central bank will raise rates, the state of the U.S. economy and the presidential election.
The worst is over for Apple as earnings estimates have finally bottomed and a new upgrade cycle should boost sales, according to a top analyst.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Janet Yellen took a more dovish stance because of one specific concern.
Venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya explains what it takes for a start-up to last in a tighter funding environment.
It's hoped the FDA will approve an artificial pancreas in 2017. The device is expected to transform treatment of type 1 diabetes.
It's not too late to get in on the stock market's nearly 12 percent rally from the lows this year, according to USA TODAY.
Retro consumer products — from vinyl records and jukeboxes to the Polaroid camera — are back in vogue. Companies are rushing to meet demand.
Airbnb is offering thrill-seekers the chance to spend the night under the watchful eye of 35 sharp-toothed sharks.
Trump's call to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the U.S. wouldn't pass legal muster, House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce tells CNBC.
A number of negative market drivers have improved and there are opportunities in the US and Europe, says UBS CIO Mark Haefele.
After bankruptcy and a population exodus, Detroit is now courting small businesses to help turbocharge its economy and create jobs.
Big-cap tech innovators are poised to reap benefits from the commercialization of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Cathie Wood says.
The Fed is reluctant to plow ahead with more rate hikes because of increased global risks, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans tells CNBC.
After nine months without a budget, Illinois is facing a multibillion-dollar pile of unpaid bills.
Blizzard conditions, high winds, flash flooding, large hail and tornadoes were among the hazards, NBC News reports.
Crude oil is enjoying a great March, which could suggest that more good news is ahead for oil bulls in the coming month.
No matter what happens to the markets, retirees should ask these three key questions to keep money safe, say financial advisors.
Private companies are continuing to add jobs, with 200,000 new positions created in March, according to the latest count from ADP and Moody's.