Bond yields and the cost of insuring the country against default rising on fears of intensifying sanctions, recession and falling oil prices.
This week may be travelers' best opportunity to book cheap holiday travel. But mind the prospect of snow.
It's Day 2 of the Apple antitrust trial, and sparks could fly on the witness stand.
BlackRock's Larry Fink tells CNBC he sees bond yields under pressure in the short term as stocks motor ahead.
Ukraine's Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn said an accident at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant in southeast Ukraine posed no danger.
Katherine Mitchell, Phyllis Hollenbeck and Charles Sherwood named Public Servant of the Year in uncovering of problems in patient care.
President Obama will stress three areas the White House and the business community can work together on, said Jason Furman, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers.
In the video streaming space, consumers are reaching for Google's Chromecast before Apple TV. Tech Bet breaks down the sector.
The University of Texas is missing about 100 brains — about half of the specimens the university had in a collection of brains preserved in jars.
Johnson & Johnson has hired Goldman Sachs to explore a sale of its artificial sweetener Splenda, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Caterpillar CEO Douglas Oberhelman tells CNBC that company growth is tied to a healthy economy, which is possible by embracing immigrants.
A gauge of growth in the U.S. services sector rose more than expected in November even as its employment component dipped.
ExxonMobil can weather the downturn in oil prices even if prices spiral to $40 per barrel, CEO and Chairman Rex Tillerson tells CNBC.
The monthly pace of growth in the U.S. services sector slowed a bit more than previously estimated in November to its lowest level since April.
Private sector job creation kept up its recent pace in November, though the 208,000 new jobs was a shade below expectations, according to ADP.
Dennis Nally, PricewaterhouseCoopers global chairman, shares his thoughts on global confidence among business leaders and why corporate officers in the U.S. are more worried about taxes than other countries. Also a look at hiring millennials at PwC. They clearly want more flexibility, says Nally.
Blackstone Group's Steve Schwarzman also tells CNBC: "I don't think the Fed will throw us into a next recession."
Pavel Durov sold his stock in Vkontakte and fled Russia, after resisting government pressure to release the data of Ukrainian protest leaders.
Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon also tells CNBC the explosion of e-commerce has created a revolution in retailing.
U.S. third-quarter nonfarm productivity grew faster than initially thought, while sharp revisions to compensation pointed to muted wage inflation.