If you’re having trouble making sense of the market, don’t despair. It’s not you.
The protest against the world's biggest fast-food company comes a day ahead of an investor vote on executive pay at McDonald's Corp.
Corporations should not be able to dodge taxes by moving oversees, Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich., told CNBC's "Closing Bell" Wednesday.
As the program's funds dry up and its insolvency hovers less than two years away, Congress remains quiet on the issue.
What Google may buy, if it goes on a global buying spree.
France's national rail company said on Tuesday it had ordered 2,000 trains that are too wide for many station platforms, entailing costly repairs.
Nili Gilbert of Matarin Capital says there are still some momentum names that will continue to outperform.
The US has deployed 80 military personnel to Chad in its effort to help find and return more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
One of the video game industry's highest profile publishers is accusing Oculus of stealing its IP to create the Rift virtual reality headset.
Millions would no longer get mail delivered to their door, but would go to communal or curbside boxes instead, under a proposed law.
Nest is recalling 440,000 smoke detectors, according to a notice that provides public knowledge of how many of the smart home appliances have shipped.
Legendary stock picker Bill Miller thinks Apple can go as high as $750 a share, but one pro doesn't agree.
Veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Wednesday that it's not news headlines driving the market action. It's cold, hard numbers, he said.
Reynolds is in talks to buy Lorillard in a three-way transaction that could see British American Tobacco take a major role to back a potential merger.
Considering shares spiked in the first days of trade and then turned lower, what does Jim Cramer think of GrubHub?
SolarWorld has taken the lead in petitioning for tariffs on Chinese solar firms, and China may have noticed.
Vanguard Group CEO Bill McNabb says the idea of tagging some funds as systemically important to the financial system will cost investors.
Markets have been jittery since Yellen and others made remarks that investors interpreted as indicating rates would go higher sooner.
New research from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau concludes that medical bills are unfairly lowering credit scores.
Team owner and founder Ralph Wilson died in March, leaving the team's long-term future uncertain.