German investor sentiment has nose-dived this month, signaling that investors are getting spooked by the Greece crisis.
Investors have been hooked on Starbucks this year. Shares of the coffee giant are up more than 20 percent and one technically minded trader thinks the stock has even more room to run.
The U.K.'s annual rate of inflation fell below zero for the first time since the 1960s, official data released on Tuesday showed.
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Greek government officials are insisting that a deal with lenders over reforms is imminent, but Greece needs to implement reforms fast.
Governments globally charge prices for energy that do not account for its harmful side effects, amounting to a $5.3 trillion subsidy, the IMF said.
Whether it be the roulette wheel of U.S. data or the refusal to admit that Greece is a an epic economic basket case, markets continue to rally.
The third longest-bull market in history appears to be running out of steam. Here's what to buy.
The slide in medallion prices has left many owner-operators and big fleet managers pessimistic about their assets, USA Today reports.
CNBC takes a look at those industries that are – just about – keeping Greece afloat.
Full-time stable employment may be getting a pink slip, with less secure working relationships set to drive weaker economic growth, ILO data show.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play what is expected to be the busiest summer ever for U.S. airlines.
China's home-grown automakers are virtually unknown outside the mainland, but give it five or ten years, and you may be cruising in one.
An April domain name server attack directed some queries to possibly malicious Web pages designed to look like the bank's site.
As physical music sales wane, success in the industry boils down to live performance and social media, Emin Agalorov said.
A new Park Associates survey reveals one in 10 US households share a streaming account for which they do not pay.
Facebook's future will depend on increasing ad revenue and turning its big acquisitions into profits.
The Dow hit a fresh all-time high on Monday morning. But the big milestone could come later this year.
Jim Cramer is seeing too much of everything in the stock market and economy. What does this mean? More mergers ahead!
As CEOs buy a record amount of stock with shareholder money, they're keeping their wallets in their pockets when it comes to buying shares on their own.