Stocks could stay on cruise control, with auto sales as a potential catalyst, as traders watch for another new high in the Nasdaq.
Warren Buffett has a message for institutional investors: stop pouring money into those expensive high-end money managers.
Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business, possibly breaking rules, the NYT reports.
U.K bank Barclays posted a loss in its full-year earnings on Tuesday as it set aside more money for potential fines.
Iconic investor Warren Buffett gives CNBC three pieces of advice that any amateur or veteran investor should follow.
The Russian car market could take up to five years to recover from the country's economic volatility, leaders in the global auto industry believe.
Jim Lebenthal, the current leader of the Fast Money Halftime Report Portfolio competition, sold a retailer and purchased an oil giant
Lumber Liquidators sold flooring with higher levels of formaldehyde than permitted under California's health and safety standards, according to CBS.
After shaking up the global smartphone industry with its low-cost handsets, Xiaomi is moving on to its next target: the action camera market.
Singapore kept its title as the world's most expensive city for the second consecutive year, the Economist Intelligence Unit said in a new survey.
Seven months after the GM ignition switch victim compensation fund started accepting applications, five offers have been rejected.
The founder of Duquesne Capital Management said that the Fed risks disrupting the U.S. economy if it waits to raise interest rates.
Glencore took an impairment charge of $1.1 billion on lower commodity prices, as it posted a 2 percent fall in 2014 core profit.
Apple will rise to $1 trillion in market value over the next 12 months, according to Morgan Stanley.
New measures by the world's top gold consumer to reduce imports could erode global bullion demand, experts say.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is calling out the Oracle of Omaha.
Investors hoping to profit on the Nasdaq should stick with big names that helped propel it above 5,000, CNBC "Fast Money" traders said.
Republicans could be viewed unfavorably if HealthCare.gov subsidies were ruled illegal by the Supreme Court, a poll found.
President Obama criticized China's plans for new rules on U.S. tech companies, urging Beijing to change the policy.
Channing Smith, portfolio manager at Capital Advisors Growth Fund, told CNBC that Apple is no longer the opportunity it once was.