Korea Investment Corp will decide whether to sell its $1 billion stake in Bank of America, after watching its value fall by half since 2008.
Experts at this year's retail federation convention had plenty of ideas for what's ailing the sector—and possible solutions.
How does your state stack up when it comes to millionaire households? A new study crunches the numbers.
Standpoint founder Ronnie Moas discusses labor issues revolving Apple and Amazon's incredible corporate wealth. Moas calls their behavior "obscene" and makes his case for a redistribution of wealth from the company to its employees.
You could almost hear the bulls cheering on Wall Street as the S&P pared 2014 losses and then closed at an all time high.
Struggling department store J.C. Penney on Wednesday announced that it will close 33 underperforming stores and slash 2,000 jobs.
The most important event on the U.S. automotive calendar is showcasing a new crop of light cars that can still break speed records.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Wall Street analysts have vastly underestimated the huge deal between China Mobile and Apple.
The global economy could be in the early stages of massive wealth redistribution, Jim O'Neill told CNBC on Wednesday.
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The NLRB filed a complaint against Wal-Mart, alleging the retailer threatened people with reprisal if they mounted strikes against the company.
Here's why the Internet may never be the same again.
A judge rejected a conservative challenge to insurance subsidies available to people that declined to establish their own online marketplaces.
Comcast already built the tallest skyscraper in Philadelphia. On Wednesday, it announced plans to build an even taller one.
A new contender has announced itself on the scene promising to be the world's first smartphone "placing privacy and control directly in the hands of its users."
A number of Time Warner Cable shareholders would support a merger with Charter Communications if Charter raises its current bid for the larger rival to $41 billion or more, according to people close to the matter.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss traders buying the dip before the train left the station.
The stock price a company that went into receivership in 2009 came back to life this week, jumping from less than a penny to 10 cents a share, The New York Times reports.
After vowing never to come back, Jenna Jameson is appearing at awards shows and has an endorsement deal with Fleshlight.
The U.S. economy continued to grow at a moderate pace from late November through the end of 2013, the Fed said on Wednesday.