Tobias Levkovich explains why the utilities sector is up 16 percent for the first half of 2014.
Facebook faces a backlash after manipulating user news feeds to see how their posts would change.
Obama told his Cabinet to look for areas where he might be able to govern by executive action given gridlock in Congress that is hampering his agenda.
Panera Bread's pay-what-you-like cafes offer a window on Americans who are still battling food insecurity after the recession's end.
A better credit score may eventually be just be a few mouse clicks away.
The U.S. government's health care fraud watchdog says the Obama administration has been struggling to clear up data discrepancies.
Morgan Stanley wants to pay out a smaller portion of wealth management revenue to the retail brokers who generate it, in a move to cut costs.
The Manhattan real estate market is now a tale of two cities—the merely rich and the super rich.
The $18 billion in green bonds this year compares with $10.9 billion in 2013, but with the growth come significant growing pains.
Craft brewers are boosting their brands by partnering with local soccer teams, a move that is paying off amid the World Cup frenzy.
It seems like only yesterday that former enterprise smartphone king BlackBerry was left for dead.
The SEC is shining a bright light on dark pools. Are we finally ending this cycle of bad market behavior?, asks NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Goldman hit with $800,000 fine from FINRA related to its dark pool SIGMA-X.
While stocks have generally moved higher, winning themes have emerged for the second half of the year.
Graco is recalling approximately 1.9 million harness buckles after a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation.
Ah, summer. Thoughts of sandy beaches, sunny days and, um, summer stock market swoons - but July is an exception.
Experts expect the freak weather phenomenon to strike in the next few months, setting off a number of potential drawbacks globally.
The pace of growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector slowed slightly in June, though new orders accelerated to a six-month high.
General Motors reports a modest rise in US sales in June, despite safety recall.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in June, driven by the fastest growth in output and new orders in over four years, a report showed on Tuesday.