There are many negatives weighing on the market right now, but Art Cashin says of all the headwinds, the price of crude oil is the most serious.
American Express reported earnings of $1.40 per share on revenue of $8.33 billion.
Up and down Wall Street investors are attempting to make heads or tails of Wednesday’s sharp selloff.
Meredith Corp. will take over ad sales, circulation and production of Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings magazines.
The earnings case for stocks remains intact, Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker says.
Jay Leno will reimagine shows about cars with a new program that explores car stories, history, driving and investing.
The fate of the global economy is increasingly in the hands of American consumers, but it's not clear that they're coming to the rescue.
Falling oil prices are stoking worries about economic growth, but some say lower energy costs could boost consumers.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. on Wednesday lowered its sales guidance for fiscal year 2015 to 2 percent to 3 percent.
In Utah, New Mexico, Maine or Delaware, $1 billion would make you the richest person in the state. A look at who makes the cut.
Jim Cramer has been saying for quite some time the market could sell off, sharply. He was right.
Accenture, Glencore, Las Vegas Sands and Whirlpool are stocks worth a look amid the recent selloff, says Oakmark Fund's Bill Nygren.
The second health-care worker who tested positive for Ebola flew on a Frontier Airlines flight the day before she reported symptoms.
Despite significant upset in financial markets, Federal Reserve officials believe economic growth is progressing at a steady pace.
Concerns the U.S. government and health professionals have not dealt quickly or carefully enough with Ebola added to more selling in stocks.
Salesforce and Uber are recruiting military veterans, a message they're touting at the Dreamforce conference
OPEC is creating a price war not only with the U.S. and Canada, but within its organization by not cutting production, says oil trader Anthony Grisanti.
After 10-year yields dip below 2 percent, BlackRock's Rick Rieder says they could head lower.
Stocks went on a wild ride Wednesday, with the Dow plummeting 400 points in the early afternoon. CNBC asked top market watchers whether they thought the market was near the end of the ongoing selloff.
Disney is investing in start-ups to breathe new life into the 91-year-old company.