Oil futures fell sharply, failing to hold a rally for a second day and signaling traders that the selling is not over.
The IPO business: This year was huge for IPOs, and 2015 may be even better.
A judge said he's leaning toward tossing out guilty pleas in an insider-trading case, the latest fallout from a court ruling criticizing prosecutors' tactics.
Bankers disappointed with their Christmas bonuses could fuel a surge in legal cases bought against their employers, a law firm warned.
Resurgence in gold demand from China and India, the world's biggest consumers, is set to restore some shine to the yellow metal in 2015.
Shares of electric car maker BYD rebounded on Friday, after management sought to reassure investors that operations were continuing as normal.
Jim Cramer is seeing some good signs in the economy right now. Could they be the perfect ingredients for a Santa Claus rally?
Google is planning to build Android directly into cars, sources said, allowing drivers to use the Internet without plugging in smartphones.
Cereal Killer Cafe opened last week in London's hip East End. Here, CNBC looks at some of world's craziest hipster hangouts.
Christmas in Germany will be that little bit merrier this year as business and consumer confidence rises.
The global IPO market was on a roll this year, as companies took advantage of the rising stock market and strong investor appetite.
EBay Chief Executive John Donahoe will get an exit package worth an estimated $23 million after the company splits from PayPal next year.
With players like IAG, the Irish government, and Ryanair this could be one of the more entertaining bid battles of recent time.
Despite a slowing economy, Europe still presents opportunities for robust growth, the chief of America's biggest jeweler, Tiffany & Co., told CNBC.
BlackRock's Jeff Rosenberg contends that stocks will beat bonds once again in 2015.
The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, or FS-ISAC, ensures that cyberattacks like that suffered by Sony do not hit banks.
Now that many are blaming North Korea for the cyberattack on Sony, what will the U.S. government do about it?
A CNBC.com analysis of money flows shows that large cash hoards have already left Russia, much of it stashed in former Soviet states.
Low oil prices have created a unique opportunity, Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman said. Here's what else he sees as a good investment.
Jim Cramer does not want interest rates to rise right now, and lays out the significant repercussions on the globe if they do go up.