Halfway into 2014, as trading desks across the world go quiet for the summer, it's time to take a look at what might lie ahead.
The contract between shipping companies and unionized West Coast port workers is set to expire Monday at midnight.
Over the next 25 years, Wall Street's evolution will converge with Silicon Valley's, and companies are already looking to capitalize.
The pace of business activity in the U.S. Midwest in June dipped from a seven-month high, though the decline was bigger than expected.
In a new study, 47 percent of Americans surveyed admitted they wouldn't last a day without their smartphone. NBC News reports.
Even as BlackRock is set to amass $1 trillion in exchange-traded fund assets, investors increasingly send money to low-cost leader Vanguard.
Just as portfolios have changed dramatically since 1989, they could look very different in 2039 thanks to the robotification of investing.
With 1 billion posts, likes, and comments already, the World Cup is already the most talked-about event in Facebook's history.
Low market volatility sees some concerned that complacency may herald a selloff, but some believe fundamentals are driving the decline in risk.
Why is a U.S. court telling another country what to do about its debt? Here are some questions and answers.
The U.S. can consign its weather-beaten start to history this week with June vehicle sales and jobs data expected to show a strong second quarter.
Iraqi troops battled to dislodge an al Qaeda splinter group from the city of Tikrit, after its leader was declared caliph of a new Islamic state.
After a really dour GDP revision, the June jobs report has become even more important.
Texas, California and Pennsylvania received the most investment from private equity firms last year, according to a new report.
Online TV service Aereo will "pause" operations in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the company violates copyright law
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Brent crude oil may "spike" to $150 briefly if the conflict in Iraq hits operations at the main southern oil fields, says Societe Generale.
Investor support for large acquisitions and a desire to trump rivals in consolidating markets have led CEOs to strike big transactions in 2014.
President Barack Obama plans to nominate former Proctor & Gamble executive Robert McDonald as the next Veterans Affairs secretary
North Korea said it would put two U.S. tourists on trial for committing crimes against the state, dimming hopes that they would soon be released.