The Fed objected to capital plans from U.S. units of Deutsche Bank and Santander in the second part of its stress test.
NATO is more relevant now than it has been since the end of the Cold War with threats from both Russia and ISIS, but funding is an issue.
KFC may face pressure to change how its poultry are raised after McDonald's said it would switch to chicken raised without human antibiotics.
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As the euro continues to flirt with 12-year lows against the dollar, when do you think it will reach parity with the U.S. dollar?
The IMF may have thrown Ukraine a lifeline, but the country needs restructure its mountain of hard currency debt before the economy stabilizes.
China's craze for bitcoins has been well-documented over the past year, but a new report highlights just how dominant of a player the country is.
United Technologies plans to dispose of its business that builds the Black Hawk military helicopter. The FT reports.
Box reported results for its first quarter as a public company, and investors slammed the sell button.
Jim Cramer warns investors not to worry about the drama of the market. Take a step back and listen to what's really important in a company.
Some banks have more to gain from passing the second leg of the Fed's test than others, CNBC "Fast Money" traders said.
Recording stars Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will contest the $7.4 million jury verdict that found they plagiarized Motown soul great Marvin Gaye.
Wealthy investors estimate they will need a $2.5 million nest egg to retire, according to a new survey.
Alibaba Group is planning to invest $200 million in Snapchat, valuing the photo-messaging service at about $15 billion.
Box reported quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations, sending the stock down as much as 17 percent in after-hours trading.
Oil could hit $20 per barrel before the downturn is done, according to Raoul Pal of The Global Macro Investor.
Jim Cramer advises that the big crash for oil hasn't happened and won't because of these three things.
Firing government employees is such a lengthy process that most agencies don't get rid of their worst workers. Fiscal Times reports.
Speaking with CNBC, Lumber Liquidators founder and chairman, Tom Sullivan, said the "real story" about his company is starting to come out.
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