Online bargains may be the result of theft, not deals. Why buyers should beware.
Jon Corzine's ambition exceeded what the now-defunct MF Global brokerage could handle, private equity titan J. Christopher Flowers tells CNBC. But Flowers still considers Corzine a friend.
China's government says it will avoid buying computer equipment that runs on Windows 8.
The ability of Democrats to counter poor midterm turnout will determine how politically difficult President Obama's last two years will be.
How was it possible that Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Capital had become Allergan's largest shareholder without anyone knowing? The NYT reports.
The "green" corporate bond market will double in size this year, according to Standard & Poor's ratings services.
Traders are watching to see whether sentiment is about to shift for the market's two pain centers—the Nasdaq and Russell 2000.
President Obama will gather business leaders on Tuesday to boost a program the White House says has helped bring $18 billion in investments.
The financial advice industry faces shortages, but colleges are launching degree programs in financial planning to fill the training gap.
Credit Suisse has seen no material impact on its business from a U.S. settlement for helping wealthy Americans evade taxes, the bank's CFO said,
Customer satisfaction with subscription TV and Internet service providers continues to decline, a survey finds.
Six states hold primaries Tuesday, including Kentucky, where Senate leader Mitch McConnell is a heavy favorite to beat a tea party challenger.
Staples forecast a decline in sales in the current quarter as it struggles to win back shoppers who have shifted office supply purchases to e-retailers, mass merchants and drugstores.
Instead of criticizing foreign deals, we should be talking about corporate-tax reform to bring business—and jobs—back to the US, says Jake Novak.
European Union antitrust regulators charged on Tuesday HSBC, JPMorgan and Credit Agricole with rigging financial benchmarks linked to the euro.
The U.S. wants Beijing to know industrial espionage is not fair game -- that's the real point behind criminal charges against five Chinese hackers.
A new study says audits are ineffective at uncovering fraud. A look at how fraud is rising at big companies and smaller businesses.
A Swiss court has ordered a Russian billionaire to pay more than $4.5 billion to his ex-wife in what could become the biggest divorce settlement in history, the AP reports.
Despite the turmoil, investors haven't wavered from the view that the business of Thailand isn't its politics, but martial law may change their minds.
BP has suffered a decisive setback in its court battle to limit the cost of its settlement for victims of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster, the FT reports.