The tug of war between better economic news and the potential for rising interest rates could continue to simmer in the week ahead, keeping stocks volatile.» Read More
Apple will let software developers include virtual-currency transactions in their applications.
There's a new high-end smartphone in town with the release of Vertu's new Signature Touch model. But be warned, this gadget currently starts at 7,900 euros.
ISM's critical manufacturing index was corrected not once, but twice—significantly moving markets, and significantly annoying market participants.
Apple unveiled an update to its iOS mobile operating system with new features for messaging, searching and OS X's new continuity feature.
A new study ranks the schools with the most alumni working at hedge, mutual and private equity funds.
China may be implementing a series of measures to keep its economy expanding, but some analysts believe the mainland should let growth slow instead.
Study suggests male-named hurricanes are more feared than than female ones.
A real estate broker tells CNBC's "Power House" that it looks like a seller's market for homes in Chicago suburbs like Naperville.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says those with a bearish view of China will end up on the wrong side of history.
Voters in Del Norte and Tehama Counties will consider a measure calling for separation from California and the formation of a new state.
Industrials and material stocks were among the day's biggest gainers, while the technology sector ended lower, weighed down by big tech.
Mark Cuban knows a thing or two about insider-trading scrutiny, and he took to Twitter on Monday to make a few points on the subject.
All eyes remain fixed on Thursday's big monetary policy meeting in Europe, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday.
Despite all the anticipation of money fleeing fixed income and dashing toward equities, bonds continue to get a bid.
Bill Gross' Pimco Total Return Fund, posted $4.3 billion in net outflows in May, marking its 13th straight month of investor withdrawals.
S&P could downgrade New Jersey again because of budgetary imbalance and underfunded pensions, putting it among the three worst-rated states.
The Asian consumer: an era in which the middle class transforms Asian manufacturing and infrastructure with ramifications for the global economy.
The EPA's new proposal to reduce carbon emissions won't negatively affect the consumer, Public Citizen's Tyson Slocum told CNBC.
A regulator discovered deficiencies in 15 out of 53 Deloitte & Touche audits it examined, according to the Wall Street Journal.
By 2035, three out of four vehicles sold around the world will have autonomous technology, according to Ernst & Young.