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If you're looking to see a sharp move in oil prices off of Friday's OPEC meeting, you may be disappointed.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries decided to maintain its production levels for six months, Ali al-Naimi told reporters Friday.
Panic is sweeping through the bond market, but according to one top technician's chart work, the selling may soon abate.
China accused the U.S. of making "groundless accusations" in blaming Chinese hackers for what could be the biggest cyberattack in U.S. history.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shares his top biotech to cure your portfolio.
Twitter is falling further and further behind Facebook so Wall Street is running out of reasons to recommend the shares.
GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry said Friday his initiatives as Texas governor can work anywhere in the United States.
Hospitals are increasingly tracking and using their own online doctor rating systems to improve patient satisfaction.
Disney laid off about 250 employees, transferring many of their jobs to immigrants on temporary visas for highly skilled tech workers, NYT reports.
CNBC asks the Tasting Table editors to break down which doughnut is the best bang for your buck.
It's much more important to the Fed's rate decision process and could therefore have an outsize impact on markets.
Don't be too concerned about the May jobs report, strategist Tom Lee says ahead of the release of the government's closely watched employment data.
The SEC is reportedly probing whether funds run by some activist investors worked together without disclosing their partnerships.
See how cybersecurity stocks are moving in the wake of the federal government's disclosure of a hack attack.
A drug to treat low female sexual desire should be approved with strict measures to ensure patients are aware of its risks, an FDA panel concluded.
Athens could call early elections if its international lenders don't compromise on their proposals for a reforms-for-aid deal, a deputy minister said.
Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and Janet Yellen: women close to retirement age still changing the world. Of course, they are outliers in many ways.
Lawmakers are debating a bill to curtail patent trolls — companies expressly designed to sue other companies for use of patents they own.
The U.S. government is scrambling to assess the impact of a breach involving the agency that handles security clearances and employee data.