Ralph Acampora still thinks the stock market is extended, but he said "everything has changed" since he predicted a correction in May.
Ex-News Corp executive Rebekah Brooks not guilty of phone hacking and other crimes while ex-editor Andy Coulson gets guilty verdict.
Kevin McCarthy seems eager to make his bones with the hard right by killing the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Stock markets might be at record highs, corporate earnings might still be weak but fund managers believe there is still room for a move higher.
Microsoft is set to introduce the Nokia X2, which will run on Android and will sell for 99 euros when it goes on sale next month.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was in Iraqi Kurdistan on Tuesday to urge its leaders not to withdraw from the political process in Baghdad.
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Dov Charney’s dismissal raises all sorts of thorny corporate-governance questions for investors and boards about iconic — and notorious — leaders.
What really keeps the rich up at night? It may not be troubled investments or divorce.
Aside from geopolitical risk, few catalysts are on the horizon, and stocks could continue to creep higher into the end of the quarter.
Officials are subpoenaing Dean Foods for information on activist investor Carl Icahn and golfer Phil Mickelson, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple's suppliers will begin producing larger versions of the iPhone in China next month, Bloomberg reported citing sources.
The CEO of viral app Yo, which has gained over 1 million users in four days, denies that the app is a gimmick and outlined plans for its future.
Japan's prime minister unveils package of measures aimed to boost long-term growth -- from corporate tax cuts to a bigger role for women.
Cosmetics maker Avon Products said it would cut about 600 jobs, including in its North America unit, as the company struggles to return to profit.
Bob Dylan's original handwritten lyrics to "Like a Rolling Stone" are coming up for auction.
The rapid growth of electronic cigarette sales poses a rising risk to holders of as much as $96 billion of bonds tied to payments tobacco companies.
A group of influential Internet moguls aim to fix what they refer to as the "big money problem" in Washington politics by, well, raising cash.
One company's stock surged 5 percent following a new report detailing strong attendance at the chain during World Cup matches so far.
The US population is getting grayer, and while getting old stinks, there are plenty of ways to profit from an aging demographic using ETFs.