A pair of new surveys shows things aren't getting any easier for the middle class.
The UK should've listened to Margaret Thatcher 25 years ago. Now it's finding out the truth—the EU is just a big welfare Ponzi scheme, says Jake Novak.
Coach is upbeat about its Stuart Vevers' collection, a key part of its turnaround plan, but investors may need more convincing as shares tumble.
Russian authorities warn people about taking group selfies, as they can pose a risk of spreading the parasites to others.
Oil titan Harold Hamm tells CNBC: Don't believe the hype. "There's not a glut in the market at all." The billionaire says he has no intention yet to pull back drilling.
Strong earnings from this restaurant-bar operator is not the only reason to be bullish on its stock, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
A staggering number of Americans residing abroad are tempted to give up their U.S. passports in the wake of tougher asset-disclosure rules.
Following Europe's bank stress tests, there are growing calls for the European Central bank to start a full-blown sovereign-bond-buying program.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at Code/Mobile that about 50 percent of views are coming from a mobile phone or tablet. Re/code reports.
For tech-savvy diners, snagging a Taco Bell burrito is now merely a few swipes away.
In recent appearances, Hillary Clinton has delivered progressive messages but Wall Street is not alarmed, Politico's Ben White says.
Yahoo shares have surged 17 percent in the last 10 days to the highest level since 2000. Surprisingly, Alibaba's share price doesn't explain it all.
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Amgen's CEO provided an answer to Dan Loeb's recent suggestion that the biotechnology company be split up. In short, he said, it doesn't make sense.
As the Federal Reserve prepares to exit QE, it faces a thorny dilemma with a market that is not buying what the central bank is selling.
The Consumer Confidence Index rebounded from September and beat estimates with a report of 94.5 in October.
Here are three things the Fed should say in its statement this week, says Michael Farr.
Many factors can decide the 2014 battle for Congress. But campaign money isn't likely to.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to shoot down a Wall Street Journal article, calling the sales figures quoted in the article "incorrect."
The Swedish central bank's decision to slash its main interest rate has prompted speculation that its next move may mirror action taken by its Swiss counterpart.