U.S. stocks fluctuated on Wednesday, but the Nasdaq Composite remained in negative terrain, as investors cycled out of so-called momentum stocks.
If Russia were to invade Ukraine, the numbers indicate a one-sided affair. But the numbers don't tell the whole story.
May the best drug win. That's how Merck Chief Executive Ken Frazier views the rising competition for hepatitis C treatments.
Consumer credit rose by the largest amount since February 2013, boosted by growing demand for student and auto loans.
The economy is on track for solid growth, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said, but warned weak housing markets may alter that scenario.
They want higher pay. This is why the fast-food worker strike is about to become global. The movement has spread to other countries around the world.
People are increasingly more comfortable sharing their location data, said Michael Chasen, CEO of Social Radar.
With the Internet quickly moving to "measurement everywhere" for calculating the impact of digital marketing, here's how AOL chief Tim Armstrong hopes to lead that charge.
If you survive Wall Street, it will make you better, faster, stronger in everything you do after that, says ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff.
Shares of Whole Foods Market dipped more than 18 percent when trading began Wednesday morning, and CNBC's Jim Cramer calls the move a 'loss of faith.'
Men are overconfident and women too timid. Or so go the clichés about gender and investing. Here's the truth and how it can help you plan finances.
Pro-Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine ignored a public call by Russian President Vladimir Putin to postpone a referendum.
The impact of climate change has never been more present with droughts, storms and tornadoes. But this change has a cost and it's for you to pay.
It looks like interest rates are going to remain low no matter what the Federal Reserve does, Wharton School Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel said.
The IPO could open the gates to other Chinese companies listing on US exchanges and ultimately, competing against US companies eye-to-eye.
As tensions in Ukraine escalate, power players from both sides of the conflict may be reaping benefits.
Stanford University said it will no longer use any of its $18.7 billion endowment to invest in coal firms, a move aimed at combating climate change.
The Pirates' center fielder doesn't think being on a team with one of the lowest payrolls in baseball holds him back.
NBCUniversal announced Wednesday it has acquired U.S. broadcast rights with the International Olympic Committee through 2032.
Most of the people choosing health plans under the Affordable Care Act — about 80 percent — are paying their initial premiums as required for coverage to take effect, The New York Times reported.