Discounts on Gilead's hepatitis C drugs this year will be 46 percent, way more than investors and analysts expected.
7 energy stocks in the S&P are up big already from the low in oil this year and analysts still see big upside, according to a USA TODAY.
One year ago Satya Nadella became Microsoft's CEO. How should the company's shareholders judge his performance?
The number of billionaires in the world grew by 222 in 2014, bringing the total to a record 2,089, according to a new report. Here's how much they own.
Satya Nadella has taken Microsoft from old-school to cool in the past year. Here’s what he did right and what challenges lie ahead.
Crazy double negative or 'perverted' yield curves are everywhere and they're sending a signal that a slowdown may be coming, says Ron Insana.
One portfolio manager is making the case that Sears will not follow in RadioShack's footsteps.
Alibaba is testing drones to deliver ginger tea ordered from its Taobao e-commerce website, in an effort to compete with U.S. rival Amazon.
Don't believe what Wall Street tells you. A new study found the strong dollar will spark an M&A boom right here in America. Here's how to play it.
Camera-equipped minivans registered to Apple are cruising around the Bay Area, according to reports.
"Sentiment analysis" on social media has been a big area of development for many companies. Exclusive data from Brandwatch breaks it all down.
Conrad Hilton was charged on Tuesday with interfering with British Airways flight crew members last July, NBC News reports.
People across Asia have found this as the best bribing currency, the Global Post reports.
The chief executive officer of state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro, and five other senior executives resigned on Wednesday.
The stock market index fund Warren Buffett picked in a bet continues to outpace a collection of hedge funds seven years into the 10-year wager.
Compliance costs, competition from "robo-advisors' and tempering clients' taste for risk are challenges for many advisors this year.
General Motors on Wednesday posted fourth-quarter earnings far above analysts' expectations even as recall costs hit North American profit margins.
The services sector grew at a slightly faster pace in January though the employment index slowed.
Private sector employment increased by a less-than-expected 213,000 jobs in January, according to a report from ADP.
Mortgage activity took a slight breather last week, but applications for government-backed loans are on a tear.