A bomb exploded near a police academy in Cairo on Saturday, security sources said, a day after a wave of deadly blasts.
The Dow had its worst week since November 2011 as investors pulled money from emerging markets and other assets viewed as risky.
Jim Cramer thinks the sell-off is creating some really good opportunities.
The price of natural gas spiked as a surge in demand for the heating fuel has led to concerns about whether there will be enough to last the winter.
Puerto Rico is in a struggle to borrow money—and it has to do it quickly if it wants to keep ratings agencies happy.
Procter & Gamble provides protection in down markets. It may also offer investors some extra juice.
U.S. stock prices could continue to correct, but it's too soon to say whether this is the big one.
The Super Bowl may be played in a snowstorm. Meantime, in Los Angeles, they'll be playing a hockey game in a heat wave this weekend.
Are you prepared to navigate another wave of selling, should one come, in the week ahead?
I have been jumping up and down about earnings, says Kenny Polcari. Now, finally, the market is starting to wake up — just in time for the next Fed meeting.
Is this the correction that so many strategists have warned the markets would see in 2014?
Martin Marietta Materials is in advanced discussions to buy construction material supplier Texas Industries, Bloomberg said.
Near $2 billion in assets and with more than 1,500 financial advisors now using them, ETFs are ready to leave traditional mutual funds in the dust.
Google's email service, as well as some of its other apps, went down for some users on Friday afternoon.
Blues Traveler's lead singer told CNBC's "Kudlow Report" that he's fine with what Internet-radio services pay. Here's why.
Traders are wondering whether Friday's steep declines could cause the Fed to reconsider its taper plans, UBS' Art Cashin told CNBC on Friday.
Obama risks tacking too far left and setting Democrats up for disappointment in this year's vital Senate races, POLITICO's Ben White says.
A new study projects that auto sales will be trimmed by 30 million vehicles a year by 2035.
Retailers that don't embrace mobile payments or digital trends will see big challenges in 2014, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told CNBC on Friday.
Google Android and Apple iPads dominate the tablet market, but sales of the Microsoft Surface more than doubled last quarter.