Avago Technologies on Thursday agreed to buy Broadcom for $37 billion in cash and stock.
The ECB will have to be “very careful” to unwind its trillion-euro bond-buying program, a leading member of the bank’s governing council has warned.
Amazon Prime members living in more than a dozen metropolitan areas will no longer have to wait two days to score free shipping.
Jim Cramer's got some choice words for the Fed in the "Mad Money" show recap.
Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, looks at rare market factors going into the second half of the year.
Nearly 60 companies in the S&P 1500 have received M&A offers over the last 12 months, the most since 2007.
The finer details of Wednesday's indictment against FIFA officials appears to implicate one U.S. household name in particular.
With an eye on the dollar and rates, traders are watching pending home sales and weekly jobless claims data Thursday.
Nine stocks in the S&P 1500 index might be able to save you, even when the next market crash comes according to USA Today.
Hopes for a deal between Greece and its international lenders were quickly raised and dashed Wednesday.
“The car is the ultimate mobile device,” Apple Senior VP said in response to a question about what else the company will do with its huge cash hoard.
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman defended the 25% pay hike he was awarded last year saying it was justified by the bank's performance.
When it comes to planning for long-term health-care costs, the rich are a lot like most Americans—they haven't given it much thought.
Bankrate found that someone living a few blocks over might pay much lower premiums.
The alleged corruption inside FIFA is ironically tied to the organization's success at fueling the sport's growth in far-flung corners of the world. NBC News reports.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer's got some words for the Fed.
After a two-month hiatus, the dollar rally looks set to resume and it could be powerful.
Even though stocks appear to have hit a roadblock, many market watchers believe the rally has the potential to continue.
A strengthening El Nino season could mean more rain coming to drought-ridden California. But that could pose a different problem.
Tokyo stocks are at fifteen-year highs and the yen at eight-year lows, but Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda doesn’t think a bubble is brewing.