A huge fire broke out at around 1:20 a.m. PT on Monday in downtown Los Angeles at a large apartment complex that was under construction. There were no injuries reported.
Vastly divergent policies from global central banks have sparked investor concern that 2015 is set to be a turbulent year.
Wrap it up and put on a bow, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks these stocks belong under the tree.
The Weather Channel's Keith Carson reports a winter storm is expected to bring a mix of rain and snow along the Northeast.
Responding to declining same-store sales and falling stock prices, McDonald's plans to vastly expand its "Create Your Taste" test platform.
Traders will be searching for any signs the economy and job market are really kicking into a higher gear, as Friday's jobs report suggests.
For a technology with huge goals—predicting $27 billion in sales by 2016—mobile payment systems are still stingy with deals and discounts.
Two stocks you need to watch ahead of San Francisco's 56th ASH hematology conference, with CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
Remington has agreed to replace millions of Model 700 rifle triggers in a nationwide settlement involving one of America's most popular guns.
The HK murders of two Indonesian women made sensational headlines, but less noticed are the debts chaining migrant workers to sometimes risky jobs.
Longer lives and economic pressures make it imperative workers rethink retirement plans, say the founders of research firm BrightScope.
Drug giant Merck is in talks to acquire antibiotics maker Cubist for about $102 a share in cash, according to people familiar with the matter.
Uber has been banned from the Indian capital after a passenger was allegedly raped by one if its drivers, the Hindustan Times reported.
New Year's financial resolutions help you stay on budget and stick to savings goals, a survey finds, but most investors won't make them.
There are ways to whittle down huge debts without filing for bankruptcy. Here are a few.
CBS and Dish Network reached an agreement over a new distribution deal, both companies announced on Saturday, bringing an end to a long running feud.
Wells Fargo is set to go to trial on Monday as homeowners seek to recoup about $629 million for alleged fees by a company once owned by Wachovia.
The abrupt retirement of United Technologies' CEO was in part due to growing concerns over his private interests, The Wall Street Journal reported.
A significant portion of the Pacific bluefin tuna supply comes from oceanic feedlots off the coast of Mexico, an activity that can only be supported by the high price of the fish.