The European Central Bank has revoked a waiver that allowed banks to use Greek government debt as collateral for loans.
Netflix said it will launch its movie and TV streaming service in Japan in the fall of 2015.
A shakeup at the top won't fix Petrobras' most fundamental near-term problem: a mountain of debt coupled with low oil prices.
Stocks had just gone up 100 points for the day when news from the ECB took almost all the steam out of the market.
A jury has ruled Ross Ulbricht, the 30-year-old who founded the black market website Silk Road, guilty on all counts.
Central banks worldwide kept markets on their toes with unexpected policy moves January, and economists say the surprises aren't stopping there.
Harley-Davidson appointed Matt Levatich as its new CEO, effective May 1. He will replace Keith Wandell, who is retiring.
OkCupid, Match.com and others report boosted numbers as users seek the right algorithm to heat up their blizzard blues. NBC's Today Show reports.
Despite recent volatility, the U.S. market is the dominant game for anyone who wants yield, protection or return, Jeremy Siegel said.
Whole Foods has recalled macadamia nuts due to potential Salmonella contamination, according to consumer advocacy site Consumerist.
Jim Cramer thinks this market is like the movie "Scarface." He teaches investors how to make money in a wild market.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' writer snags top 2 spots on Amazon bestseller list just one day after new book is announced on pre-order.
Even if the Federal Reserve hikes rates this year, the U.S. economy will maintain low real interest rates, Pimco's Scott Mather said.
A four-day rally which pushed crude prices to their highest levels this year collapsed as U.S. crude oil supplies rose by 6.3 million barrels.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Yum, Keurig, Under Armour & more.
Consumers are petitioning the lingerie retailer to offer its lingerie in sizes bigger than 16.
If the US is serious about defeating ISIS, it needs to arm the Kurds—or this is going to wind up in US boots on the ground, says David Phillips.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett said Wednesday he thinks it is not feasible for the Fed to raise rates.
What people say about you online matters more than ever.
The company has major plans for its recently acquired music streaming service, according to one report.