The ECB will commence its monthly 60-billion-euro ($66.3 billion) bond purchases on March 9, bank head Mario Draghi said Thursday.
The U.S. Marshals Service announced the sale of Peter Madoff's mansion for $3.5 million. USA Today reports.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on Fujitsu's new iris recognition prototype that was released at this year's Mobile World Congress.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose and productivity contracted more sharply than previously thought.
Engineering schools top the list of best colleges for return on investment.
Alan Murray, Fortune editor, reveals the magazine's annual list of top 100 companies to work for in 2015. This year a tech giant nabs the top spot.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Billions of dollars are pouring into oil exchange-traded funds, as investors risk big losses and focus on the chance of huge rewards.
Employers cut fewer jobs in February than in January, but total layoffs remained high compared to a year ago as the energy sector slashed positions.
Your risk of an audit may be lower this year, but it still makes sense to prepare for questions from the IRS.
The Bank of England left policy steady Thursday, barely causing a stir in markets -- a contrast to six years ago when it cut rates to a record low.
A new study found that there are several paths people can take to become millionaires, USA Today reports.
The pain of all that overstretching during the last housing boom isn't over yet.
The Dow Theory is flashing a "sell" signal. Here's how to profit.
The average retirement age, which rose for years, seems to be stabilizing, a study finds. That leaves many short on savings.
A new study shows investors who are on the road to making millions of dollars are different in several ways from people who are already millionaires.
Markets are fully valued, and investors are getting mixed signals, resulting in a pause after the Nasdaq hit 5,000, strategists tell CNBC.
Expect more volatility in oil, with prices staying around current levels, Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson told CNBC.
Alison Dean, CRT Capital CIO, and Patrick Chovanec, Silvercrest Asset Management, share their thoughts on the market's pullback and whether to expect more volatility ahead.