Onstage at Code Conference, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said that recent revelations of NSA surveillance were "a huge disappointment."
Canadian drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals International raised the cash component of its offer for Botox-maker Allergan by $10 per share.
General Electric has improved its offer for French train and turbine maker Alstom, with a pledge to create 1,000 jobs in France, sources said.
With stocks hitting yet another high, the question is whether bond yields could be getting ready to lift off.
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Asian buyers are joining a number of high-profile investors hoping to find riches in the Spanish property market.
Microsoft announced a universal speech recognition for Skype at the Code conference.
A MoneyRates.com survey found 33 percent of workers expect to delay their retirement because of Obamacare, and just 19 percent expect to retire early.
Some economists expect inflation to begin building to a point where even the Federal Reserve cannot deny.
Google has finally built its own car from scratch. And it looks like a gondola with wheels.
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Reports this week that Chinese fishing boats rammed and sank a Vietnamese fishing boat in the South China Sea has fueled concerns about geopolitical risk in Asia.
China's slowing property market poses the most substantial macro risk to China's economy in the coming quarters, analysts at JP Morgan said.
Bitcoin believer and Silicon Valley pioneer Marc Andreessen explains why he's betting on the cryptocurrency.
Toll Brothers, the largest U.S. luxury home builder, said quarterly profit more than doubled as it sold more homes at higher prices.
Apple stock looks like it's getting its juice back. Analysts say it could continue to gain even if it doesn't announce a futuristic smart home plan.
Bond manager Pimco lost one familiar face this year but is seeing another return.
Shares of WellCare Health Plans and Centene surged Tuesday on speculation that one of the two Medicaid insurance providers could be acquired.
Author Michael Lewis is "dead wrong" when he says the market is rigged by high-frequency traders, former Knight Capital CEO Tom Joyce said.
Potential mistakes threatening successful retirements are many and fall into psychological and financial categories, say financial advisors.