The United States is no longer among the world's top 10 nations in terms of economic freedom, according to a new index.
The U.S. dollar has taken a beating in the aftermath of last week's much softer-than-anticipated non-farm payrolls report, dealing a blow to those betting on a stellar year for the greenback.
Traders are eyeing Tuesday's retail sales data and earnings as possible catalysts after stocks were rocked in volatile trading Monday.
Three former traders at Dutch lender Rabobank were charged on Monday with manipulating the Yen Libor benchmark interest rate.
Lately negative news has trumped anything positive. And digging down into the market, Cramer sees a lot of positives.
This year will probably be remembered as the year that Wall Street tried to offer some relief to the grunts. NYT reports.
"You've got millions of kids involved, parents spending thousands, and cities building facilities," one expert said. "It's just huge."
To draw young buyers and increase its market share in India, Apple has offered promotions like monthly payments and trade-ins. NYT reports.
Biotech company Aegerion is in hot water with an FDA warning and a Justice Department subpoena over sales and marketing of cholesterol drug Juxtapid.
Google Ventures has been a major investor in Nest, which builds a smart thermometer and fire detector.
Charter Communications proposed to buy Time Warner Cable for about $61.3 billion, or $132.50 a share, but the company rejected it.
Young adults make up less than 25 percent of the enrollees in Obamacare, well short of the original 40 percent target by federal officials.
A federal court has pulled the plug on a telemarketing operation that used illegal robocalls to trick seniors into buying medical alert devices.
With stocks off to a rough start, could the much-discussed correction be at hand?
Costco co-founder and board member James Sinegal discusses consumer sentiment and security breaches.
Ford and General Motors showed off new trucks while Mercedes, BMW and Porsche displayed new luxury vehicles at the Detroit Auto Show.
Partisanship is as bad as it gets, meaning raising the $17 trillion borrowing limit may be tougher than expected, POLITICO's Ben White says.
Obamacare could lead to higher profits for the health care industry, Tenet Healthcare CEO Trevor Fetter says.
Art Cashin of UBS talks about why the bond market thinks the Federal Reserve may slow down its asset purchase reductions.
The Supreme Court upheld Monsanto's biotech seed patents on Monday, dealing a blow to organic farmers and critics of the company.