The DOT proposed new consumer protections for travelers that would require airlines to disclose fees for services.
Google is amassing cash overseas to help finance a foreign shopping spree that could cost the Internet company up to $30 billion.
Fischer's nomination to be the U.S Federal Reserve vice chairman cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate, assuring that he will join the board.
Global M&A activity has reached levels not seen since 2008, fueling concern about bubbles forming in the market.
Analysts say farmers, businesses and consumers are all going to feel the effect of the drought hammering the West.
Republican Senate's McConnell easily beat a Kentucky Tea Party challenger, setting up a pricey and hard-fought Senate race against Democrat Grimes.
Correction is the call du jour in the stock market these days, and it's getting more and more converts.
Legendary stock picker Bill Miller says Apple's run isn't over.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why investors should be watching for a key level on the Nasdaq.
The United Arab Emirates attracted the most foreign talent last year, a survey by business oriented social networking site LinkedIn has found.
A hacking group attacked a U.S. public utility and compromised its control system network, but there was no sign that operations were affected.
Bill Fleckenstein of Fleckenstein Capital says investors have become complacent, and a flash crash could come at any time.
Nevada's health-care exchange is cutting ties with Xerox and will partner with the federal system for 2015, the Las Vegas Review Journal reported.
Wondering how much further momentum stocks may fall? Jim Cramer says the market is about to give you an important update.
Even after the Heartbleed bug, some of the most popular websites aren't taking password security seriously, according to a study.
In a "way out there call," trader explains why he thinks the U.S. is entering a recession. But another pro disagrees.
Democrats may have something going for them: legacy candidates who are sons and daughters of familiar political figures in their states.
Europe's AC Hotels are coming to the United States in hopes of luring the millennial business traveler.
A former chief risk officer for Deloitte & Touche agreed to settle civil charges on Tuesday alleging he violated rules governing auditor independence.
A new luxury hotel has opened in the California desert with 244 guest rooms and suites.