The Nikkei touched a fresh two-month high this week, a sign that concerns about Japan's economy are fading, analysts say.
Big data – where every aspect of your life is being quantified in every way imaginable – may be a term you are only just beginning to recognize.
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The White House says the United States will continue to pause its efforts to reduce Iran's oil sales, Dow Jones reported.
Taking a summer internship at David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital, Regis Philbin reveals what his first day was like.
Despite worries about a slowdown in China and U.S. luxury sales, Gucci CEO Patrizio di Marco told CNBC the future looks bright.
A behind the scenes look at Skechers and its exclusive industry-only showroom, with CEO Robert Greenberg and CFO David Weinberg.
LinkedIn launched in China earlier this year, and it is apparently taking Beijing's Tiananmen censorship policy global.
For the past several months biotech stocks have fallen out of favor on Wall Street. That may be about to change.
Amazon.com said it will hold a launch event on June 18 in Seattle, amid ongoing speculation that the company is preparing its own smartphone.
Wednesday's swarm of economic news was enough to give plenty of pause to the notion that the economy is in for a growth surge.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk explains why the electric car maker abandoned its Model E trademark application and missed out on a risqué joke.
The bond market has already prepared for a negative reaction to the European Central Bank's important policy meeting Thursday, Art Cashin tells CNBC.
A new Virginia-based airline will charge for overhead bin space, as well as all on-board beverages.
The Fed described the pace of growth as 'moderate' to 'modest,' with improving weather boosting business and consumer spending on the rise.
Spouses beware, an embarassing post, tweet or pic on social media may end up costing you. That is, if you have a social media prenup.
One of the world's largest makers of medical devices, Medtronic, is considering a takeover of London-based Smith & Nephew, Bloomberg said.
The CEO of ZocDoc, which allows patients to find in-network doctors and book appointments online, tells CNBC it's expanding its service.
Two pros offer their advice on investing in a low volume, low volatility market.
Big tech is trying to break into politics but is being met with mixed results. Here's what they have to do, says Jake Novak.