Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff spoke exclusively with CNBC in some of his first public comments following his controversial essay in January.
Mortgage applications dropping for the second straight week to a 13-year low may cause a post-Christmas hangover for markets, UBS' Art Cashin said.
A 10 percent market drop? The Fed increases its bond buys to $100 billion a month? A QE critic resigns in disgust? Bold predictions for 2014.
Traders from SAC Capital Advisors continue to leave for rival shops.
A recent outbreak of food poisoning has led to calls for tougher inspection measures even as the government begins reforming food safety rules.
Time Warner Cable said it had renewed its distribution agreement with Viacom, whose channels include MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon.
Sales of new US single-family homes fell modestly in November from a five-year high and prices pushed higher.
All signs points toward steady growth in 2014, chief economists from Moody's and UBS told CNBC on Tuesday.
A state court judge has barred the city of San Jose from imposing voter-approved pension cuts on current municipal workers.
Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods surged in November as planned business spending soared.
With just one day to go before Christmas, it's becoming clear that shoppers have won the annual game of chicken.
Tesla's Model S sedan has retained its five-star safety rating from the same agency probing fires involving the electric car, Bloomberg reported.
Two men are trying to make the holiday less stressful—and more fun—for troops who cannot be home with family by sending sports equipment overseas.
Shopping in stores crawled this holiday season, leaving a pile of unsold inventory. That means bigger-than-usual after-Christmas sales.
Despite all the liquidity sloshing around, inflation remains worryingly low – possibly because central banks are exporting deflation, HSBC said.
U.S. and Europe fined banks record amounts this year, imposing penalties and settlements of more than $43 billion.
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They’re called momentum stocks on Wall Street. Cramer says they can make you a lot of money, but only if you know when to get out.
It may sound a little bit futuristic and far-fetched, but the reality is that ingestible sensors and implantable chips are already in use.