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The U.S. economy is "stronger than people think," Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO John Stumpf told CNBC on Thursday.
Back-to-school shopping is expected to rise on an increase in school supplies and higher demand for electronics.
Republican Sen. Bob Corker applauds President Obama's newly imposed sanctions on Russia for its role in destabilizing Ukraine.
Foreclosures in June hit the lowest level since July 2006, before the housing price bubble burst.
The foundation this week of the BRICS Development Bank has highlighted the problems with the current system of global governance, says Jim O'Neill.
Russian stock markets were sharply lower following the announcement of new sanctions, and analysts warned of tougher penalties on the way.
Russian President Putin warned that U.S. sanctions will take relations with Russia to a "dead end" and damage U.S. business interests.
A five-hour humanitarian truce agreed by Israel and Hamas came into force on Thursday, hours after Israel said it fought Palestinian gunmen.
It is time for members of Generation X, renegades and loners, to start looking to financial experts for help with their investments.
Morgan Stanley's earnings jumped as stronger performances by its investment banking and wealth management businesses made up for a fall in bond trading.
Rupert Murdoch’s audacious offer for Time Warner that if it succeeds would cement his status as the most powerful U.S. media magnate.
General Electric is in talks to sell its century-old household appliances business for as much as $2.5 billion, Bloomberg reported.
Don't cry just yet — colleges will hike your financial aid in some circumstances.
Tesla's new electric car to go on sale in 2017 and compete with BMW's 3 Series sedans.
For over a decade, the General Motors legal department quietly worked to contain the damage of defective ignition switches.
The one-time golfing buddies now practically seethe with contempt whenever they talk about one another. The Fiscal Times reports.
Microsoft is set to cut more than 6,000 jobs in an announcement expected early Thursday, as it trims its newly acquired Nokia phone business.
The billionaire activist investors shared the stage during a surprise joint appearance at the Delivering Alpha conference.
Carl Icahn defended the role of activist investors like him, saying that too many companies are being run by "morons" who need oversight.
Businesses often cite a skills gap for not filling jobs. But a new survey says it's the long hiring process itself that keeps many jobs open.