The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that in 125 occupations, men earned more than women in all but one job.
Democrat Hillary Clinton blasted executive pay and tax rates for hedge-fund managers, highlighting her promise to help struggling Americans.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan on a new threat to airline safety.
Bank of America posted a profit, swinging from a surprise loss a year earlier when it took a charge of $6 billion for litigation expenses.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s revealing an undervalued play that may surprise you.
Investors long looked to Alcoa and Intel as earnings bellwethers, but that view is outdated. These companies are the best read on earnings.
A press conference by the head of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, was interrupted by a protester shouting, "end ECB dictatorship."
Retiring Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid talks about his boxing career, working with presidents, Citizens United and his plans for the future.
As the European Commission files antitrust charges against Google, analysts warned that such a move could be a big mistake.
Europe could outpace the United States in the digital revolution, Cisco Systems chief John Chambers tells CNBC.
Target is nearing a settlement with MasterCard to reimburse about $20 million for costs incurred from the retailer's data breach in 2013.
What to expect from bank earnings this quarter, with Jeffery Harte, Sandler O'Neil principal. Harte's pick is Citi.
Mortgage applications decreased 2.3 percent from the prior week as interest rates ticked up slightly, according to an industry report.
Craig Hodges bought shares of an airline trading at an extremely deep value with a price-earnings ratio under 5.
Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson tells CNBC the growth model powering China's economy is running out of steam.
The European Commission has filed charges against Google, alleging the company "abused its dominant position" in the Internet search market.
Demand for oil will be higher this year than previously thought, according to new forecasts from the International Energy Agency.
A federal judge in Kansas City has given preliminary approval to a class action settlement involving millions of allegedly defective Remington rifles.
China's economy grew at its slowest pace since the global financial crisis in the first quarter, official data showed on Wednesday, building the case for further stimulus from policymakers.
A new study shows success in the National Football League doesn't protect players from bankruptcy.