Grover offers CNBC's Becky Quick some fashion tips. And Elmo tells Joe Kernen why Oscar is so grouchy.
Just days before Germany's third quarter GDP data is released, policy makers warn the euro zone's largest economy could face recession.
Fresh off the largest-ever deployment of an iPad point-of-sale system, Revel Systems secures a new round of funding.
Long-term themes are driving growth in these companies for years to come, says "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer.
Wall Street recruiters aim to hire military veterans in a bid to help them adapt to civilian life.
Parts of the Upper Midwest were waking up to almost a foot and a half of snow after a winter blast that caused havoc at airports and on roads. NBC News reports.
Google has signed a $1-billion deal with NASA to rent its historic Moffett Federal Airfield.
The Federal Reserve won't likely raise interest rates anytime soon, economist Nouriel Roubini says.
Iron ore prices have dived this year and there's no respite ahead for the metal, according to Citi, which forecasts double-digit declines in 2015.
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The Spanish nursing assistant who spent a month battling Ebola is suing officials for "attacking her honor" and killing her dog, El Pais reports.
The U.S, Iran and Europe were weighing their next moves on Tuesday after two days of nuclear talks failed to produce any apparent breakthrough.
Natural gas futures swung wildly before closing lower for the first time in 10 sessions, signalling a volatile winter ahead for the commodity.
A South Korean court found the captain of a ferry that capsized in April guilty of negligence and sentenced him to 36 years in jail.
The leaders of China and Japan met for the first time in over two years this week and despite the icy nature of their encounter, experts welcomed the slight thawing in ties.
Credit card companies are boosting lending to people with dinged credit, though some are bracing for more bad debts.
Merck hoped to trump Gilead's hepatitis C treatment with its own shorter therapy, but early results show the four-week regimen may not be successful.
Arrowhead Research Chief Executive Chris Anzalone contends the company's hepatitis B therapy, ARC-520, has potential.
Any car loan greater than 36 months is a sign of financial irresponsibility. Suze Orman explains why.
NASH, or nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, is a liver disease that may affect as much as 12 percent of the U.S. population, Genfit's Dean Hum said.