Costco reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as increased promotions helped the warehouse club operator deal with fierce competition.
JPMorgan Chase has a $22 billion capital hole under new rules proposed by the Federal Reserve on Tuesday, a blow to a bank. The Financial Times reports.
Protests in Ferguson over the killing of Michael Brown are due to a poor economic situation in the town, Morris Reid, managing director at Mercury and Democratic Strategist, adding that middle-class white Americans feel the American Dream is dead.
Before the end of the year, expect to hear from Google if you've ever made an in-app purchase.
Apple shares fell below the low they traded on Dec. 1, when a mistaken trade sent the shares down 6 percent in one day.
The U.S. ambassador to London said U.S. companies were doing nothing wrong by using legal means to cut U.K. tax bills, the FT reports.
France's economy minister is poised to launch a package of reforms on Wednesday designed to boost jobs and unlock France's economic potential.
Consumer Reports magazine named the worst cars and SUVs for owner satisfaction with three coming from Nissan, reports USA Today.
Go big or go home seems to be Warren Buffett's mantra when it comes to philanthropy.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has fractured his lower back after being involved in an auto accident in Charlotte.
Marketers will lose $6 bil next year to fraudsters who are using networks of robots to exploit the online advertising industry. The Financial Times reports.
Rather than benefiting from lower inflation expectations, Treasurys may actually take a hit from lower oil prices, some analysts believe.
Los Angeles and San Francisco filed a consumer protection suit against Uber, accusing the car service provider of unlawful business practices.
Why are Black Barbies priced differently than White Barbies? Toys R Us, Target and Wal-Mart have all done it recently.
Jim Cramer thinks that the market decline that occurred on Tuesday actually made a lot of sense. What the heck? Here's why.
Technician Louise Yamada says a further drop for the S&P is clearly in the cards.
These surcharges would be for the eight top-tier banks with $50 billion or more in consolidated assets.
We should heed the warning sign that the silent crash in commodities is flashing, says Ron Insana.
Sometimes the worst performers in this year's market can be next year's gems, two pros told CNBC Tuesday.
ShopperTrak found that November sales increased 5.4 percent compared to the same period in the prior year.