Starting July 1, Southwest Airlines will start flying its own planes to Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
The president may get attention, but the economic action this week will take place in the confines of the Fed, POLITICO's Ben White says.
Art Cashin of UBS talks with Mary Thompson about why he's still concerned about stocks, even though they stabilized a bit today after Friday's plunge.
Investors shouldn't take China's ongoing financial troubles too seriously, veteran investor Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Last week's selloff reminded hedge funds how to navigate falling markets. Investors should appreciate it.
A Washington-based alternative asset manager has made its second investment from its Carlyle Sub-Saharan Africa Fund.
Stocks found their footing early Monday, but selling returned as traders fretted over emerging markets.
In a new survey of business economists, 70 percent said the Fed's taper policy will not hurt corporate profits or capital spending.
Nasdaq MarketWatch says it is canceling some trades that occurred within the first minute of trading on Monday.
Ongoing concerns about emerging markets could end up boosting U.S. stocks as investors look for greener pastures, BMO's Brian Belski tells CNBC.
Despite the decrease, lean inventories and steady price gains suggested sufficient strength in the housing market to support the economy.
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The data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus have expanded. So are small to midsized businesses the next target?
Some of Monday's midday movers:
A key theme at Davos was competitiveness between the US and Europe. And it was calibrated on one axis: energy, says Dan Yergin.
Regulators plan to order safety checks of more than 400 Boeing 767s because of tail sections that may jam and cause a loss of control.
Heavy selling across emerging market currencies last week caught investors off guard, but is the market facing a repeat of last year's brutal selloff?
Driven by rising home prices and the need to rebuild equity lost in the housing crash, home improvement activity is booming.
Caterpillar posted stronger-than-expected profit as it aggressively cut costs to offset continued sluggish sales of its earth-moving equipment.
Concerns of a China cash crunch resurfaced after a notice on Citibank's local website said fund transfers would be delayed, but it may just be a tempest in a teapot.