Tech problems at several states' Obamacare enrollment websites are so bad that the government is giving some people relief via loosened subsidy rules.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains why he's fairly optimistic about stocks now.
Sears said it has launched an investigation to determine whether it was the victim of a security breach.
TGI Fridays, the global casual dining chain known for its red-striped canopies, is in advanced talks to sell itself to TriArtisan Capital Partners.
Japan's Fast Retailing, which owns Uniqlo, is in talks to buy J. Crew, reported the Wall Street Journal, citing a source.
Online delivery company GrubHub plans to raise up to $100 million through an IPO.
Apple no longer represents the "shining example" of a hypergrowth company, says Sanford C. Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi.
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said "nationalist, pro-fascist gangsters" had forced him from power.
That infamous Wall Street party in 2012 was a "private party," not a meeting of a secret society, billionaire investor Wilbur Ross says.
An unprecedented international police campaign across Europe and the U.S. has led to 110 arrests of "boiler room masterminds".
The movies make more money than ever. But a lot of it isn't going to traditional players or even staying in Tinseltown.
Barclays put out new work rules on Friday, including not allowing bankers to work in the office for more than 12 straight days.
Good investments are more difficult to find in the U.S., and Europe is likely a better place, said Leon Black, CEO of Apollo Global Management said.
Rising home prices helped push negative equity below 20 percent nationwide for the first time since the housing crisis.
Rome could be about to follow in footsteps of bankrupt Detroit, after its government scrapped a measure to help its budget deficit.
Pro investors like Jim Cramer are always looking ahead. If you have money in the market, he doesn’t want you to miss this.
"Wealth redistribution" policies in D.C. are hampering the economy, real estate mogul Sam Zell told CNBC. He also advocated that the U.S. refocus on growth.
A study suggests that some SEC employees engaged in insider trading in companies that became subjects of agency scrutiny, The Washington Post reports.
Bitcoin investors have a solution to the instability shaking online exchanges: They print out their virtual savings and hide them in the real world.
The bitcoin exchange has lost nearly all the virtual currency in its systems and filed for bankruptcy protection.