Whether at the institutional or the mom-and-pop level, investors are pouring more money than ever before into U.S.-based equity funds.
Did you love 2014's lower gas prices? The new year should make you even happier.
Mobile phones will be the big battleground for hackers in 2015, security experts warned, after a year of major cyber breaches in top firms.
The rent bubble" in the U.S. will vanish when more millennials start families and buy houses, an investment advising CEO said.
A South Korean court ordered that a former Korean Air Lines executive be detained for delaying a flight following an outburst over nuts.
Venezuela confirmed it was in a recession, with the highest inflation in the Americas, while the socialist government blamed political foes for poor data.
BP is investigating whether in-house financial traders at the oil and gas group were involved in a foreign exchange manipulation scandal.
Ebola is wrecking years of health and education work in Sierra Leone and Liberia, forcing many charity groups to suspend operations or re-direct them.
The Dow will have more difficulty touching 20,000 in 2015 than hitting 18,000 this year, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's after-hours buzz: Apple, Cliffs & more
Gold rallied on Tuesday, pushing gold mining stocks as much as 11 percent higher, as investors switched into risk aversion mode.
United Airlines and Orbitz are suing a man for founding a website that helps travelers book cheap flights, according to CNN Money.
Everyone involved in oil will be squeezed, including so-called picks and shovels companies, John Kilduff told CNBC.
Influenza season is already putting thousands in the hospital, earlier than the historical January peak, NBC said.
Expect the bull market to continue in 2015, two strategists told CNBC. Here's where they'd put their money to work.
Is the 4.5% rule ironclad? Of course not; it's just a starting point. But it has helped many retirees protect their income streams.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan looks toward 2015 and shares predictions on gold, the Dow, IBM and more.
There were some telling signs in the market after U.S. crude fell below $54 that have one pro thinking the worst may be over.
A new California requirement is already leading to a surge in egg prices, NPR reports.
Here are 5 things the massive hacking at Sony exposed—including how companies use risk management incorrectly to justify bad decisions.