The euro zone is in danger of its third recession since 2008, despite recent better-than-expected economic data, according to Jean-Michel Six of S&P.
Consumer staples, a darling of Wall St., are expensive, with high valuations. We may be at a peak, so investors should be cautious.
Longtime bull Jeremy Siegel told CNBC he sees favorable market trends—including the prospect for solid economic growth—that could send the Dow past 20,000 by the end of 2015.
Halliburton bought Baker Hughes to be a bigger, stronger integrated company to compete in the marketplace, said CEO Dave Lesar.
With Japan's economy showing signs of contracting, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held off on a planned sales tax increase.
China should take a lesson from California in tackling its serious air-pollution problem, says Terry Tamminen.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides in inside look from the Los Angeles Auto Show set to kick off tomorrow.
The Russian military has launched a mysterious object that Western space agencies are monitoring for signs of destructive intent. FT reports.
Cocoa production is expected to be at a deficit of 30,000 tons prompting higher prices for both bean and bar, the Fiscal Times reports.
Heads he wins. Tails he wins. That was the situation Bill Ackman found himself in — or perhaps more accurately, orchestrated — on Monday.
Billionaire investor Paul Singer has a message for California Public Employees' Retirement System: Dumping your hedge funds makes no sense.
Samsung will cut the number of its smartphone models next year in an effort to pare back costs, amid increasing competition. FT reports.
Salesforce is enjoying a strong run ahead of its third-quarter earnings report to be released tomorrow.
Discussing Home Depot's mixed quarterly results the retailer's leadership transition, with Michael Lasser, UBS hardline retail analyst.
Low interest rates, affordable home prices and solid job creation lifted home builders' confidence in November.
The GEDI Index reveals the world is operating at 52% of its entrepreneurial capacity. The fastest growth markets: Mideast and North Africa.
Samsung's lackluster growth in mobile devices can be boiled down to three problems.
Shoppers expect incredible bargains when they line up outside stores in the middle of the night after Thanksgiving. They may be disappointed.
There may not be a recession next year, but don't expect a year of stellar growth either, according to BofA ML.
The "Fast Money" traders give their best ways to play Facebook's foray into the workplace and more.