Economic growth has picked up as business activity thaws out from a frigid winter, investment strategist Jim Paulsen told CNBC on Monday.
As Jeb Bush may prove to be a serious contender to the 2016 White House race, his problems with money could prove to be very important.
The former Facebook and Napster executive is retaining advisers to bring new focus to his political enterprises, says Politico.
Even though 67 percent of S&P companies have beaten analyst expectations, it's still looking like a weak earnings season.
Traders want to know what's really driving earnings growth—creative accounting or true revenue expansion—veteran trader Art Cashin said Monday.
Japan overhauled the world's biggest public pension fund in a push toward Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's goal of a more aggressive investment strategy.
Investors will want to keep a close eye on Netflix's subscribers numbers, when the company releases its quarterly report after the bell on Monday.
For the first time in several years, Europe's IPO market looks hotter than America's. It could last for some time.
Fred Davis--son of Arista Records founder Clive Davis--starts his own boutique investment bank and uses family trait for picking stars but in C-suite.
For Americans who can’t find jobs, the booming demand for temp workers has been a path out of unemployment, but now many fear it’s a dead-end route.
There could be a new model for the wave of aging baby boomers nearing retirement. NBC News reports.
Nike laid off workers in its Fuelband division, showing that selling activity trackers and other wearables is not easy, even for a fitness company.
The S&P 500 should deliver a double-digit return in 2014, fund manager Ed Keon told CNBC. And the low on April 11 has a "pretty good chance" of being the recent bottom, he added.
The amount Amazon reports through a tax-exempt vehicle in Europe has dropped in the past two years, after the IRS tightened rules.
A measure of the U.S. economy's health rose in March for the third consecutive month.
After years of legal battling, four big tech companies will go on trial in May. They are accused of conspiring to keep their employees down.
Exxon's appeal in a case of water pollution was declined by the U.S. Supreme Court. The company needs to pay millions of dollars to New York City.
As Obama visits, Japan is accelerating the pace of negotiations on economic partnerships to open its economy further, says Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
As the U.S. economy picks up momentum, so are industrial stocks. The recent dip in the market makes this an opportunity for savvy investors.
U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has approached British rival AstraZeneca to propose a 60 billion pound takeover, Britain's Sunday Times reported.