China's Momo, a mobile-based social networking platform, filed with U.S. regulators on Friday to raise up to $300 million in an initial public offering.
Burger King Worldwide will open about 12 outlets in India over the next 60-90 days, CEO Rajeev Varman, said on Saturday.
The top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn will be nominated to succeed Eric H. Holder Jr. as attorney general.
Twitter looks interesting at these levels, the "Fast Money" pros say.
The SEC asked a judge to more than double the money Texas businessman Sam Wyly must pay.
In documents just unsealed GT Advanced COO Daniel Squiller says Apple offered what would have been GT's largest sale ever and then changed the terms.
The Supreme Court made the "right decision" to hear claims that financial aid to HealthCare.gov customers is illegal, a mastermind of the theory says.
A former deal manager says she witnessed a "massive criminal securities fraud" at JPM, but was forced to keep it a secret, according to Rolling Stone.
Uber is talking with investors about raising at least $1 billion in new capital, the FT reports.
Jim Cramer thinks the gridlock beginning in Washington be a good thing for investors, and gives his top stocks he will be watching next week.
Amazon's surprise reveal of Echo had tech watchers debating on Friday whether the ecommerce giant hit a home run or was late to the game.
Sure, the October jobs report was important, but it's not what Wall Street is trading on now, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
Too bothered to stop at an ATM? The Nimbl app—now in beta testing—delivers cash to users wherever they are in about 15 minutes.
Pundits concluded that the fall of the Berlin Wall was a triumph for capitalism. They were dead wrong, says McGill Prof. Henry Mintzberg.
The market will continue to power higher this year, two market pros told CNBC. Here's why.
Taylor Swift's newest album "1989" is the first album to go platinum in 2014.
AT&T said Friday that it has entered into an agreement to by Mexican wireless company Iusacell for $2.5 billion including debt.
Liberal arts majors have gotten the reputation of being unemployable, but new research paints a rosier picture.
Small and mid-cap shale oil companies face a decision in the face of low oil prices: Slow production growth or increase their debt loads.s.
Lawsuits have been filed against the city of Denton, Texas after voters approved a ban on fracking.