Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway added Charter Communications to its stock holdings during the second quarter.
Wall Street's blasé attitude reminds veteran trader Art Cashin of "Gone with the Wind."
The union says rather than abandoning the farm, it has worked at various times over the years to try to negotiate a contract.
Stocks are reflecting sentiment on easy monetary policies, says Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz's chief economic advisor.
When stocks crack—as they did in July and into August—some investors panic. But the savvy ones look for opportunities, USA Today reports.
Nouri al-Maliki has given up his fight to remain prime minister of Iraq and now supports his successor, Haider al-Ibadi, state television reported Thursday.
Credit cards are in focus after recent data breaches, but a real culprit in ID theft is the SS number, says the chief analytics officer at LifeLock.
San Diego sales volume fell 18.5 percent in July from a year ago, a far deeper slide than the rest of the state. And price gains are easing.
During the first half of 2014 there were more tech companies going public than there were in all of 2013.
Lower credit scores are known to impact mortgage availability and rates, but they can also increase the cost of homeowners insurance.
Wal-Mart Stores earnings are taking a hit as more of its U.S. workers sign up for health-care coverage. Is Obamacare to blame?
Revenues for most U.S. states continued to fall in the second quarter.
Nasdaq said Thursday afternoon that it is investigating an issue with stuck orders but that new orders were not affected.
A new report by MacRumors shows images of what appears to be Apple's iPhone 6.
Master technician MacNeil Curry says stocks don't need a reason to keep dropping.
There are new ways to make money and a range of startups that help people leverage whatever skills you have.
Obama also appealed for "peace and calm" on the streets of a St. Louis suburb after the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
It's in the Democrats' best interest to keep the tax-inversion fight going, says ex-Treasury official Stephen Myrow.
The stock broke $1,000 for the first time in 1983, $10,000 in 1992 and $100,000 in 2006.
The spokeswoman for Robin Williams' family debunked widespread reports that the comedian, who died Monday in a suspected suicide, had money troubles.