Global markets are facing a "mismatch" with the future of U.S. monetary policy, according to St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard.
"I'm running for President and I hope to earn your support!" tea party Sen. Ted Cruz announces on Twitter.
Oil prices will trade between $35 to $40 dollars per barrel by the end of the second quarter, according to one of the world's leading oil experts.
The country's first prime minister who governed the nation for three decades died on Monday at age 91.
The soaring U.S. dollar may well sound the death knell for commodities, but it's actually good for stocks, argues technical analyst Ari Wald.
DC Comics elicited an outcry from readers over representation of women in comics after it released a dark promotional image.
The average price of regular grade gasoline fell 4 cents in the past two weeks, bringing it to $2.50 per gallon, according to the Lundberg survey.
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders answer the question, "Is Facebook the new Google?"
Just a few hours after SpaceX announced that it would allow people to use photos under a Creative Commons license, founder Elon Musk changed his mind.
A handful of SUVs, two minivans and the compact Smart ForTwo made the list as the top 10 most affordable cars to insure.
What do you think will push the euro to parity with the dollar?
It doesn't matter how you slice it—stocks are getting more expensive. As markets keep running, investors see few other options.
If you plan on hiring someone to do your taxes, here are five questions you need to have answered before you do.
Hemingway, Michener, Alcott and others were quite generous with their book royalties.
Amazon is overvalued, according to Alexis Dawance, head of equities at MFM Mirante. He tells CNBC the reasons behind his call.
It seems like U.S. bond market vigilantes have gone fishing, delegating the guessing game of the anticipated rate hikes to market timers.
Turf wars are brewing at Yankee Stadium are brewing as the NYCFC and the Yankees gear up to share the House that George Built.
Starbucks will no longer write "Race Together" on drinks cups but will still talk about race, CEO Howard Schultz said to employees.
Manufacture New York is taking a page from the Silicon Valley playbook and supporting fellow fashion designers.
Jim Cramer takes a deep dive into this speculative pizza stock that's on fire.