A 70- year-old hedge fund founder has been shot dead in his New York apartment.
Crystal company Swarovski and the wearable maker Misfit announced the launch of a new wearable collection that is about as glitzy as it comes.
Call them the Burgundy Bandits. Thieves in San Francisco are targeting high-end restaurants in a search for Domaine de La Romanee-Conti, a pricey Burgundy.
The world's largest asset manager, BlackRock, told clients Monday to "resist the urge to exit" as stock market fluctuations increase in 2015.
Jim Cramer's New Year's resolution is to be kinder to Dick Costolo, so long as he can monetize Twitter.
Despite drug pricing concerns that weighed on Gilead Sciences' stock toward the end of December, the drugmaker started the year by raising prices.
Financial advisors recommend couples discuss financial matters—from debts and budgeting to goals and estate plans—before tying the knot.
The focus at the International Consumer Electronics Show this year will be on improving ideas already in the marketplace.
"I think it is time for a statutory definition of insider trading," Eliot Spitzer says. "Establish a bright line and live by it."
Automakers reported strong December U.S. sales, boosted by falling gas prices, but analysts cautioned that growth would slow this year.
Strategist James Paulsen says the S&P 500 could be up about 10 percent or down 10 percent this year.
The economic effects of European Central Bank bond buying would be "negligible," Southwest Securities' Mark Grant tells CNBC.
The euro fell to near a nine-year low, hit by concerns that Greek elections will result in a government that will aim to cancel austerity measures.
Alternative investments, now widely available, can be confusing, but advisors can help cautious investors find the right fit.
Despite the S&P 500 generating out double-digit gains for 2014, Wall Street analysts are remaining cautious with their outlooks for 2015.
A single Bluefin tuna has sold for $37,500 in the first fish auction of the year this weekend in Toyko, Japan, according to media reports.
Transportation ministry announces harsh measures against everyone who allowed AirAsia Flight 8501 to take off without proper permits.
Stocks and bonds are still strong, so many financial advisors plan to counsel clients to stay the course with asset allocation in 2015.
Bolstered by an improving U.S. economy, the dollar is once again growing strong enough to make a trip overseas attractive for Americans.
The new year has just begun, and "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer wants to make sure you’re starting it out right.