UBS posted forecast-beating net profits of $802 million but warned on litigation charges of $1.9 billion.
Brazil's election Sunday is widely seen as a big win for workers over investors. But the victory celebration may be short-lived.
A nurse quarantined in NJ because of her contact with Ebola patients is headed to Maine, and a 5-year-old boy is being tested for the virus.
Women may not achieve equal footing in the workplace until 2095, according to the World Economic Forum's (WEF) new 'Global Gender Gap' report.
Most millionaires are concerned about inequality and nearly half support a higher minimum wage and more taxes on the rich, according to a new survey.
Twitter reported third-quarter earnings on Monday, meeting analysts' estimates for profits and beating on revenue.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: Amgen, Crocs, Twitter & more.
Jim Cramer smells something fishy with Goldman Sachs' reduced forecast for brent crude oil.
Crude oil is going the way of the fossils that comprise it, commodities trader Dennis Gartman says.
A subsection of costumes sold on Walmart on Monday morning was listed under the category, 'Fat Girl Costumes.'
A couple of old-tech stocks offered a good deal of value, portfolio manager Matthew McLennan says.
Here's why Asian investors are diving into US real estate, explains Brian Ward of Colliers International.
They say history repeats itself. If that’s true, investors should buckle up.
If OPEC doesn't cut production, oil prices may continue to fall, Citigroup's Eric Lee said.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry told CNBC Monday he was thinking about and preparing for another White House run in 2016.
What is an individual stock hater? That wasn’t a question when Arthur Chu appeared on Jeopardy!, but it would have been appropriate.
Amgen reported better-than expected quarterly results and said it projects full-year earnings and revenue to come in above analysts' forecasts.
According to a report in the Telegraph, Suzuki's critics have uncovered evidence he lied about being a ward of Albert Einstein (a big violin fan).
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says that if oil falls back below $80 it could put pressure on stocks.
Interest rates will not only remain low, but could soon hit a ceiling in the near term, says Wall Street pro Scott Minerd.