Goldman Sachs' chief U.S. strategist told CNBC that earnings will grow in 2014, but warned of a looming 10 percent correction.
A Massachusetts mayor wants to save Berkshire's old HQ, but Warren Buffett isn't interested.
Initial readings from Black Friday and Cyber Monday look very strong for Apple. And that has some traders feeling bullish.
A study shows half of hedge funds now sell products considered 'long-only' reflecting more conservative investor strategies in the market.
U.S. court upheld a ban on political ads on public television and radio stations, rejecting an argument it violates the First Amendment.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to decide whether Internet retailers need to collect sales taxes in states where they have no physical presence.
The company must clear regulatory and technological hurdles before its vision becomes a reality in the U.S., according to drone specialists.
Microsoft plans to issue updates in 2015 under the codename "Threshold" that will affect operating systems across all platforms, reported ZDNet.
The surge of GM shares comes as the Federal government is about to finish selling its GM stake, and is a day executives have been waiting for.
A sharp rise in U.S. equity prices could be leading to a dangerous bubble, according to one of the three Americans who won the 2013 Nobel prize for economics.
This year has shaped up to be an epic year for stocks. Here are the five most interesting stock stories on CNBC anchor Brian Sullivan's radar.
Complex, scary and off-putting to investors, alternative investments are increasingly being used by financial advisors in sound investment portfolios
Harvard and Yale may help shape some of the brightest minds, but their endowment investment returns can look downright dumb.
Art Cashin of UBS talks about the stock market's conflicting reactions to "good" economic news.
Why is the low cost version of the iPhone finding favor with older, less wealthy consumers in the U.S.?
Many investor clients of financial advisors are clueless or unaware of hidden fees or non-transparent fees they pay as part of investment management.
From novelty bombs to skull fragments, the TSA has had a long, strange year.
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded at its fastest pace in 2½ years last month, an industry report showed on Monday, while the pace of hiring in the sector also accelerated.
The White House needs to devise an Obamacare workaround that demonstrates to insurers that they're going to get paid, Republican Mike Leavitt says.
The US needs to get kids to be interested in science and technology. The best way? Convince them that smart is cool, says Segway inventor Dean Kamen.