The CEO of German conglomerate Siemens tried to calm a storm over job cuts after he let slip that his restructuring plan might cut 11,600 jobs.
The stock market won't top out until bond yields go back over 3 percent, which may come sooner than many think, Jim Paulsen told CNBC.
As the ASCO meeting gets underway in Chicago, here's a look at where we stand in the fight against cancer.
The New York Rangers made it to the finals for the first time in 20 years, and tickets may fetching the highest prices in history.
Democrats need to see good data—rather than explaining away bad data—to get political lift, Politico's Ben White says.
Eating out and visible guns don't mix. That's the message two more restaurant chains delivered Friday following open-carry events at their locations.
The City of Los Angeles has sued JPMorgan Chase, accusing the largest U.S. bank of engaging in discriminatory mortgage lending practices.
The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid became the latest among a growing list to take a hit for what some call misleading mileage claims.
One report estimates that the U.S. economy could lose over $50 billion in investments each year until 2030 due to new regulations on carbon.
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If you’re an individual investor putting money to work in the technology sector, Jim Cramer says there’s something you should know.
The equine industry itself is riding through a rough patch and trying to figure out why populations are declining.
Shinseki came under fire for long waits at VA hospitals and an alleged cover-up of the deaths of several patients awaiting treatment in Phoenix.
Controversy continues to swirl around the VA's oversight of hospitals dedicated to caring for America's veterans.
The announcement of new products is going to continue to bolster Apple shares and its bottom line, analyst Gene Munster told CNBC.
Art Cashin, director floor operations at the NYSE for UBS, said Thursday's rebound in the 10-year yield could indicate a stronger economy.
Two market pros agree there's more upside for the market in the second half of 2014.
Stanford University President John Hennessy says the Obama administration deserves an “F” for its handling of cybersecurity issues.
These seemingly innocent mistakes might have cost you some serious money. USA Today reports.
The S&P 500 could rise as much as 4 percent from current levels but ultimately finish 2014 just about where it started, David Joy of Ameriprise Financial tells CNBC.