Warren Buffett donated $25,000 to Ready for Hillary, a super PAC laying the groundwork for the Democrat's potential White House bid, USAT reports.
Noted investor Ken Fisher has a few words of advice for those looking to make money in this bull market.
A penny saved can truly be a penny earned. New start-ups Acorns and Wherewithal pitch consumers on micro-investing.
The scientists at Muufri have bioengineered lab-grown cow's milk in attempt to address the environmental and ethical problems with dairy farming.
Companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Lower oil prices mean challenges for oil companies, but the retail, airline and auto industry may see a boost to their bottom line.
Fortune Magazine predicts that 2015 will see email begin to slide into obsolescence.
Over the next few days—maybe as early as Friday—ETFs as a category will pass $2 trillion in assets.
Red Lobster fired back against a new poll that shows its attempt to win over customers with more seafood may be having the opposite effect.
Oil prices go down and America loses its resolve for an energy plan. It's time to change that, says SunEdison founder Jigar Shah.
NBA player Andrew Bogut spends part of his $14 million a year salary to buy muscle cars, shopping, and feeding his two dogs.
Gap shares jumped on Thursday after the retailer said same-store sales for November soared past Wall Street expectations.
Central banks are creating a "point of low return" for investors, Gross told clients.
Stock of pay-TV channel Starz plummeted Thursday afternoon following a report that the company was unable to sell itself.
She's been called a fast-talking "Ponzi princess." But after a four-year investigation, Laurie Schneider has been sentenced to 36 months behind bars.
Billionaire art collector Ronald Perelman loses his lawsuit against megadealer Larry Gagosian.
Sales of the iconic boot have grown from fewer than 100,000 a decade ago to about 450,000 this year.
GGV Capital's Hany Nada said there is an overall valuation bubble in the market spurring mergers and fundraising.
Solar now employees more people than the coal and natural gas industries combined, and is now trying to diversify its workforce.