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The strong dollar has been hurting shares of U.S. multinationals. But that pessimism may have gone too far, according to one research firm.
Business magnate Warren Buffett said Wednesday he is planting his flag in Western Europe.
The World Health Organization reports that 113 countries have higher immunization rates than the United States for 1-year-olds.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves is discussing ways to buy out the controlling shareholder ahead of a potential deal with Viacom, the New York Post reported.
The rocky market action of the past week or so has prompted noted investor Dennis Gartman to issue a warning to his fellow investors.
Pfizer on Thursday said it plans to acquire Hospira for $90 a share in cash, in a deal the companies valued at about $17 billion.
Industry executives say Apple is in talks with TV programmers about deals that would allow Apple to offer an “over the top” pay TV service.
The boss of Swiss watchmaker Swatch slammed the country's national bank move to end the Swiss franc's peg to the euro as a "disaster".
The relative resilience in stocks despite negativity in oil and the euro zone encouraged analysts to expect an upside from any positive news.
The Fed is right to hold off on raising U.S. interest rates for now so as not to risk a further and economically costly drop in already low inflation.
This market is like "Scarface," but “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is here to protect your portfolio from the violent moves.
CNBC's "Fast Money" traders looked at how to play Wednesday's retail developments.
The Bank of England left its benchmark interest rate unchanged Thursday, as the prolonged risk of stubbornly low inflation makes a hike in 2015 less likely.
Investor Seth A Klarman shares insights he's gleaned from Warren Buffett over the years.
CNBC takes a look at why the ECB cut off Greek banks and what it means for Greece and Europe.
Saudi Arabia will continue to dip into its cash reserves to temper the ongoing storm in oil markets, the country's finance minister told CNBC.
Every dollar spent on the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine saves the U.S. $23.30 in medical costs, according to CDC data.
Sony's above-view preliminary results released overnight reaffirms analysts' faith in the Japanese electronics giant.
Shipping officials have threatened to stop paying dockworkers if a contract deal is not reached soon.