The Dow broke a psychological barrier on Thursday, but another milestone matters more.
It's summertime and the living, at least in the Hamptons, is looking pretty easy.
The Dow Jones industrial average touched 17,000 for the first time on Thursday, 7 months after the index closed above 16,000 for the first time.
The Dow shattered through the 17,000-mark Thursday for the first time ever. So far this year, however, the index has been left behind.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader says Facebook users should start a movement to get paid for their personal information.
Ron Insana writes an open-letter to Washington for how to reinvigorate the economy.
SunTrust will pay as much as $320 million to resolve a criminal probe into its mortgage unit's mismanagement of a federal program.
Job growth in June prompted talk the Fed could move sooner to raise rates, but observers say the underlying job market is still too weak to change the Fed's plans.
After 17 years of distribution by Public Radio International, Ira Glass's 'This American Life' is going independent. NYT reports.
Amid the tight harmonies and snapping fingers, this former WH adviser and hedge-fund manager offers some tips for investing in Broadway.
Sources told CNBC that a Lorillard and Reynolds American merger is weeks away, although the companies have not fully negotiated terms.
William Ackman's main fund climbed 25% during the first half of 2014, ranking him as one of the year's top hedge fund industry performers.
"With a great deal of energy and expense down the drain," plans for the so-called Ark were canceled.
Here's a look at the companies that, over the past 87 years, have entered and left the iconic index as their fortunes rose and fell.
At least eight universities have shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars for Clinton to speak on their campuses in the past year.
A woman maintains that an employee at a Jackson KFC asked her 3-year-old granddaughter to leave the because her appearance scared customers.
The largest U.S. pharmacy benefit manager, Express Scripts, is cutting back on compounded medications, saying most are ineffective or overpriced.
The better-than-expected employment report is "really great" news for the economy and stock market alike, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Boeing's commercial airplane division ramped up deliveries in June and in the second quarter, aided by the Dreamliner.
The U.S. Labor Department said Thursday that the unemployment rate hit 6.1 percent in June, but does that rate tell the real story?