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Shareholder activists. Minimum-wage agitators. Wall Street bankers. Washington regulators. They're all coming after corporate America.
Attractive CEOs receive better returns on their first days on the job and boost stock performance when they appear on TV, a study shows.
Currency wars is threatening to make a comeback at the start of 2014, judging by a rise in official rhetoric from Japan’s neighbors about a weak yen.
Facebook is facing a class-action lawsuit over claims the social network monitors users' private messages to sell the data to advertisers.
With financial barriers removed, Medicaid patients go to the emergency room much more frequently, The Washington Post reported.
Janet Yellen came a step closer to final approval as the Fed's next chair after the U.S. Senate set a Monday vote.
There are plenty of digital currencies out there, but what about the overlap between frenzied crypto-anarchists and hip hop fans? NBC reports.
The next 12 months may not prove as rich for IPOs as the last year. But to bankers, 2014 still promises an abundance of opportunity. The NYT reports.
Mandiant, a U.S. cybersecurity company, has been bought for more than $1 billion, highlighting concerns on government online spying. The FT reports.
Some stock market professionals seem to be attracted to a particular type of stock in the new year, and offered their top picks for 2014.
“It’s obvious that we have a bad year coming, right? Isn’t that what the stats say,” noted Jim Cramer
The world's largest bond fund, run by Bill Gross, fell 1.92 percent for the year, according to data from Morningstar.
Alicia Keys and BlackBerry will cut ties at the end of January, just one year after the singer-songwriter was hired as a 'global creative director.'
The federal government issued a safety alert that crude oil being transported from the Bakken region may be more flammable than traditional heavy crude.
Art Cashin of UBS talks about the lack of a clear catalyst for today's stock drop.
What's the demographic breakdown of Obamacare enrollments nationally? Officials aren't saying, yet, raising concerns about insurance prices next year.
Uber may be the brash darling of Silicon Valley, but it will take more than a popular smartphone app and free publicity to take this start-up further.
There’s a set of brave souls among us who don’t just walk this high public plank for a living — they go right ahead and say it: Futurists.
Financials and industrials should become investors' best bets in 2014 as the country's employment picture brightens, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The potential for the first down day in the first trading day of the year since 2007 has some traders nervous.