Experts David Nelson and Peter Costa said in an interview with CNBC that stock picking is the way to go for investors next year.
A few billionaire investors have scored, but the average hedge fund worker isn't likely to see a fat bonus this year.
The recent cyberattack on Sony represents a seminal moment in the advancement of hacking, George Kurtz said.
Sony will release its controversial film "The Interview" online Wednesday, with $5.99 rentals available from a variety of sites.
The NY Fed ordered MF Global to pay $1.21 billion in restitution fees and $100 million penalty, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
In the final hours to fulfill your holiday gift lists you might think consumers aren't focused on being socially responsible, but you'd be wrong.
Muni bonds had a great year but don't assume that the party will continue into 2015, says Alexandra Lebenthal.
Santa tracking: What began as a mistake by Sears has become a competition between two of the technology world's biggest companies.
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The 2015 holiday shopping season will cap off a much better retail year than most people are expecting, John Eyler said.
The under-radar financial name that options traders are betting on.
If you're headed to the mall and you've put off your shopping because you don't know what gifts to buy, we've got you covered.
We put Amazon's new Prime Now one-hour delivery service to the test. Here's what happened.
A police office fatally shot a teenager at a gas station overnight, just miles from Ferguson, Missouri.
Somehow, a supercar doesn't seem quite so super when it's being called back for recall repairs.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, underscoring the economy's enduring strength.
Samsung and Sony agreed to provide the latter's PlayStation Now system on some Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.
Currency strategists are pondering whether there is more volatility in store for the ruble.
The S&P 500 could have a total return of as much as 11 percent next year, including nearly a 2 percent dividend, analyst David Darst tells CNBC.
These ETFs hit the market in 2014 and hit it big with investors. We take a look at what rookie ETF winners did right in a crowded market.