The group of the world’s biggest global oil exporters has cut its forecasts for the price growth and global demand for oil.
Even guys who had to bear the weight of the world on their shoulders can laugh a little, too.
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McDonald's let franchisees choose whether to bring back the McRib this year. Many fans won't be lovin' the outcome.
Whole Foods' strong quarterly results shows the organic grocer is turning things around, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
General Motors offering recall holdouts $25 gift cards as incentive to bring in vehicles for repair, reports USA Today.
We might have been talking about it for years, but it's far from obvious that the so-called Internet of Things has arrived.
U.S. equities are likely to rise over the next year, but markets need time to repair after last month's selloff and could face tests, said Bob Doll.
Broadcast TV actually fares better than basic cable now, at least in terms of ratings and ad revenue, says CBS CEO Les Moonves.
Microsoft will start offering the Office suite for free as more people prefer to work on mobile devices, reports the New York Times.
One trader is placing a big speculative bet on energy stocks—and he's found a very clever way to do it.
Recent bankruptcy proceedings in Detroit and elsewhere should raise a giant warning flag for investors, says UBS's head of muni investing.
Fewer investors are going all-in with their retirement savings.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected, while U.S. productivity came in better than forecast.
The U.S. FDA has revoked a tentative approval for India's Ranbaxy to make a cheap copy of AstraZeneca's heartburn drug Nexium.
The ECB held its key interest rates at record lows Thursday amid media reports of dissent over Mario Draghi's leadership and communication style.
Investors absorb the latest news on European Central Bank policy after its key interest rates were kept unchanged.
Target's latest partnership is about buzz for the holiday season, showing its CEO is willing to take chances to get its "cool" back.
Cyber security software maker Palo Alto Networks said it discovered a new family of malware affecting Apple's operating systems.
Pay by phone, and you could get bigger discounts and better pricing on purchases. But it may not be shoppers' best bet during the holiday season.