Bill Ackman wants the world to have a better understanding of why people act the way they do.
Ukrainian forces launched a "special operation" on Tuesday against separatist militia in the Russian-speaking East.
The Obama administration on Tuesday told Beijing it was watching the value of China's currency closely.
Veteran trader Art Cashin says 10-year Treasury bonds are once again setting the tone for Tuesday's rout on Wall Street.
The effects of Obamacare will be difficult to measure as the Census Bureau is changing its annual survey. NYT reports.
While stocks aren't as cheap as they were a year ago, Bill Nygren made four new portfolio additions.
The Fed should "explicitly" say it will keep rates near zero until the economy is within a year of reaching Fed goals, a policymaker said.
Individual investors often ask Jim Cramer if they should use stop-loss orders to protect against a major selloff.
A man may have been allowed to use an electronic cigarette on a flights from Calgary to Toronto.
Stocks jump, fall, then rise. The whipsaw action has recently become commonplace among major indices.
An estimated 85 percent of public pensions could fail in 30 years, according to controversial new research by Bridgewater Associates.
"It's nothing more than a land grab," said a business owner in Philadelphia over efforts by the city to take his property.
Four major tech companies said witnesses should not be allowed to offer evidence that Steve Jobs was a "bully" during an upcoming hiring trial.
Coca-Cola showed a slight improvement in soda sales trends in the first quarter. But it a real turnaround may be a ways off.
Selling accelerated after gold broke through its 200-day moving average of $1,300, a key level where many traders placed their stop-loss orders.
Amazon is preparing to roll out a device that features a custom 3D interface and offers Amazon's products and services, according to a report by BGR.
The city of Detroit has reached a deal with retired police officers and firefighters that would preserve current pensions.
CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo says he plans to ask Citigroup's chairman and board of directors for answers.
April's expected bounce won't give a true reading on consumer demand, and it won't likely save the quarter.
Scammers are exploiting fears over the Heartbleed bug, so purported security fixes might be ploys to get consumer financial information.