The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first case of Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States.
The president discussed "stringent isolation protocols" with the head of the Centers for Disease Control to limit the risk of more Ebola cases.
British warplanes struck their first targets in Iraq on Tuesday, four days after Westminster voted for military action. The Financial Times reports.
Pulling your hair out because oil prices can’t seem to find a floor? Why not look at developments from another angle.
The dollar on Wednesday hit a new high six-year high against the yen, breaching 110 for the first time since August 2008.
JPMorgan must face a class action lawsuit by investors who claimed the largest U.S. bank misled them about the safety of mortgage-backed securities.
Sarepta Therapeutics has enough Ebola treatments to handle about 100 patients, CEO Chris Garabedian says.
Reddit said it raised $50 million in a deal that would see investors giving back 10 percent of their shares back to the site's user community.
Football legend Joe Namath discusses the NFL scandals and his push to find treatment for traumatic brain injury.
Companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: EBay, Synacor, Yahoo & more
The American automaker heads into the fourth quarter needing a shot in the arm from its bread-and-butter truck: the F-Series.
Oracle's CEO spoke about the company's acquisition strategy and dismissed skeptics who doubt Oracle's future in the cloud era.
Microsoft previewed early elements of the next generation of its iconic computer operating system. USAToday reports.
World oil prices tumbled to their lowest in more than two years, with U.S. crude posting its biggest daily decline since 2012.
The world bond market is huge and even Pimco isn't going to move the needle in all these different markets, one bond manager told CNBC.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says Wall Street is ratcheting up expectations for Friday's jobs report
The former Pershing Square analyst who told his roommate about Bill Ackman's big Herbalife short early is not who you think.
Market complacency could lead to a powerful decline in stocks, argues Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman.
Two investment pros take a wait-and-see stance in the wake of Bill Gross' departure from Pimco funds, but they're ready to move.
With South Korean coffee chains expanding rapidly into the U.S. market, what is the recipe for success and taking hold of American taste buds?