The number of Americans filing new unemployment claims rose, with the four week average hitting its lowest since November.
Freaked out by comments from the Fed? Cramer isn't.
Almost half of Americans ages 40 to 75 qualify to consider cholesterol-lowering statin drugs under new heart disease prevention guidelines.
As winter fades to spring so will the ability of companies to keep using the weather as an excuse for weak performance.
Many states have spent two or three times as much as they budgeted for clearing roads. More bad weather could send costs higher.
Tesla Motors would be allowed to sell cars in Arizona without establishing a dealer network under a bill approved by a state Senate committee.
U.S. securities regulators contacted public funds with investments in Russia to make sure they are managing risks and disclosing their holdings.
Some wonder whether the district attorney agreed to any sweetheart deals with the seven unnamed cooperators from Dewey & LeBoeuf. The NYT reports.
A former employee of Microsoft is facing criminal charges after he allegedly passed trade secrets to a blogger in France, U.S. court documents showed.
Regulators are warning consumers interested in bitcoin that they could lose it all. Should you have any in your portfolio?
Comments from Janet Yellen are likely to keep traders jittery as the Fed chair raised the possibility of an earlier-than-expected increase in interest rates.
The hype surrounding the float of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba climbed one notch higher on Thursday, with one London-based spread better revealing expectations of an initial valuation reaching as much as $250 billion.
Banks will find out if the Fed thinks they can cope with the next financial crisis when it publishes the results of an annual health check.
Hewlett-Packard will outline plans to enter the commercial 3-D-printing market in June.
Acceptance of bitcoin has stepped up from small transactions for pizza and online dating to what may be its biggest deal yet: a luxury villa in Bali.
Goldman Sachs has become the latest bank to downgrade its growth forecast for China, noting the economy faces a "bumpy road ahead."
I called it this morning — the Fed's new move is "qualitative easing," says Ron Insana.
The drumbeat of bad news about China's debt defaults is likely to continue, but comparisons with Lehman Brothers or Bear Stearns may be overdone.
In observation of Thursday's International Day of Happiness, designated by the United Nations, we are asking: which makes you happier, wealth or well-being?
Taxicab companies across the country are asking why the new rideshare drivers aren't required to play by the same rules.