After a week of high-octane turbulence, stocks have a good chance of drifting higher in the week ahead, giving the year a bullish finale.» Read More
Apple will defend against allegations that it abused a monopoly position in the digital music player market as it heads to trial.
Short-covering boosted gold futures above the key $1,200 level, but a strong dollar and worries about global deflation could keep gains in check.
Wal-Mart on Tuesday announced that online sales broke company records, with more than 1.5 billion pages viewed between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday.
The debate about pay for Wall Street executives who take government jobs appears to be based more on a populist shakedown than on good public policy.
Thousands of French bosses took to the streets on Monday at the start of a week of coordinated protests against the Socialist government's regulations and high taxes.
House Republicans are moving to pass a one-year extension of temporary tax breaks affecting millions of businesses and individuals.
During the holiday season, strong e-commerce sales numbers can come with a big trade-off: Tiny profits or even a loss.
Oil prices won't have a big impact on U.S. oil output for now, but companies are looking where to cut, or slow down, Dan Yergin said.
For Saudi Arabia, blocking cuts in oil production protects market share. But for Venezuela, it may mean "game over" for the economy.
U.S. stocks are looking to resume their winning ways today. And investors will be looking for clues on how consumers feel about the economy in today's monthly auto sales numbers.
Here are some costs of living in two places that we didn’t consider.
Aviva said it had agreed on an all-share acquisition of Friends Life by Aviva on Tuesday, in a merger worth $8.8 billion.
Eastern Europe has established itself on the global trade stage - and it is a key exporter of some extraordinary products.
With the drop in the price of oil recently, Cramer outlines the worst-case scenarios of what could happen. Could it really be that bad?
Apple shares took a big dive Monday morning. Here's why some analysts think the stock tanked.
Ebola was just a wake-up call for a more serious health threat, says Barry I. Eistenstein, a doctor and senior VP at Cubist Pharmaceuticals.
This summer, analysts were predicting that Harold Hamm could lose half of his $20 billion fortune in his divorce. Instead, the cut came from falling oil prices.
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
On falling oil prices, FM trader Karen Finerman shorts Cullen Frost Bank.
The holidays are a time of year when the excitement of shopping is high. But pros have a warning.