Bill.com raised $50 million from Silicon Valley Bank and others to bulk up in the cloud invoicing and billing market.
The Fed should change rules to address conflicts of interest in the power centers of New York and Washington, an outspoken Fed official said.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz took Kenny G's advice to jazz up his coffee selection. The TODAY show reports.
"Radical" changes in the global economy have left Russia in "dire straits" and it should reform now, the country's finance minister told CNBC.
Fed officials are debating a shift in its core economic gauges that could lead the central bank to move even slower than thought once it lifts rates.
Some political embarrassments over the last few days show Jeb Bush's political mechanics need a lot of work.
Advisors at the 2015 TD Ameritrade conference remain upbeat about the U.S. market despite recent volatility and say clients should be, too.
New York trader Steve Grasso reveals his strategy for trading oil and Twitter.
U.S. President Barack Obama sent Congress his text for an authorization to use military force in the campaign against Islamic State.
Lionsgate on Wednesday said it entered into a stock agreement with affiliates of billionaire John Malone.
Splashing out $8 billion for the TV rights to soccer's Premier League saw Sky shares drop 4 percent while rival BT saw a 3 percent pop.
Slightly higher interest rates brought total loan application volume down 9 percent last week, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.
The co-CEO of German financial powerhouse Deutsche Bank tells CNBC that none of the euro zone countries wants Greece to exit the single currency.
"There's definitely an FX effect," AOL boss Tim Armstrong tells CNBC, but adds the impact on company earnings has not been that severe.
They are only in their 20s, but some Wall Street bankers are the most sought-after around, with lucrative pay packages dangling before them.
The stigma of an office romance is becoming as dated as the power suit. NBC's TODAY.com reports.
Apple made news after the close and “Mad Money’s” Jim Cramer is clueing you in.
The Fast Money traders offer up advice for trading the tech titans. Here are 5 plays on Apple and Google.
Another New York-area JPMorgan Chase employee was involved in an apparent murder-suicide, but it's not clear it's a trend.
Apple's free cash flow is "mind-blowing" and can propel the stock to $150, Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes tells CNBC.