U.S. data this week will continue to reflect the impact of extreme weather, presenting a downside risk for the U.S. dollar.
Never fails! Hollywood loves a profit as much as the next guy and yet the movie villain is always the rich guy. The "Lego" villain? "Lord Business!"
Some of the biggest names on Wall Street are quietly preparing to do battle over elections this year.
In no particular order, here are the Ukrainian power players whom investors in Europe and beyond should know.
Bargaining is dead, and so is the president's 2015 budget calling for tax hikes and more spending, POLITICO's Ben White says.
As student loan debt continues to rise, the loans’ underwriting standards remain almost nonexistent, and the economy may pay the price. The NYT reports.
With investor worries about spillover effects on commodities by a slowing Chinese economy, Beijing has its eye on a key resource—rare earth minerals in North Korea.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains why a key technical level could spark either big gains or big losses for stocks.
Izzy Odessky's loyalty lies not with the country where he was born but with the country that gave him the opportunity to succeed.
The attacks on the blueprint unveiled Friday mark the start of the kind of litigious, acrimonious battle city officials are hoping to avoid.
Moody's praised the country's progress in rebalancing the economy, structural reforms and improved market access.
Does this options trader have some special insight about this little-watched company?
US securities regulators are studying whether more proprietary high-speed trading firms should register as broker-dealers, an official said.
More than five years after the financial crisis, dozens of states and other entities are still feeling the hangover from risky bond bets.
Hackers are turning to online dating to cash in on the search for that special someone. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
Even with 100,000 flights canceled this winter and word of a new terror threat, airlines are headed for sunny skies, analysts forecast.
A recent acquisition shows how bedroom novelties have aroused the interest of private equity firm Brookstone Partners.
Detroit's emergency manager filed a plan for emerging from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Private investment management firm G Asset Management said it has made a proposal to acquire 51 percent of Barnes & Noble, valuing the company at $22 a share.
Mark Cuban, never one to hold back an opinion, took his commentary straight to a one-time adversary on Friday.