Markets have rebounded sharply since touching correction territory on October 15, with two S&P sectors posting double-digit gains since.
Politico's Ben White offers up his midterm prediction for the Senate, as well as for other tight races around the country.
Markets should look for "a significant political risk premium on the price of Brent" if nuclear arms talks between Iran and world powers fail.
The story comes from Pottermore.com, the online home for the world of Harry Potter, which shared her latest story exclusively with TODAY.com.
The consumer electronics category is expected to grow more than 4 percent this season, according to Customer Growth Partners.
Fast food's value price point may be changing, such as Subway's $6 value meal, reports USA Today.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company's third-quarter results and shared his high hopes for the future.
Americans overseas do not want to give up their citizenship but find the US government's policies have given them no choice, says one expatriate.
Topshop is facing a Twitter storm after a photo of a stick-thin mannequin in one of its U.K. stores went viral.
Kat Cole knows how to translate America's guilty pleasures into profits. The Cinabbon CEO, once a Hooters' server, dishes on success.
Many Americans spend more time picking a TV than they do a health-care plan. How to make sure you're getting a good value during open enrollment.
With the midterm elections Tuesday, businesses in select states have much at stake with ballot outcomes that could impact marijuana use, minimum wages and Medicaid.
Forty years after cheap Japanese watches nearly ruined the Swiss industry, Apple's new smartwatch is posing a similar threat.
Lowe's home improvement stores have been targeted this week with protests to stop selling pesticides that some consider harmful to bees.
OptionMonster co-founders and former NFLers Pete and Jon Najarian make their picks in this week's CNBC.com Fantasy Football Weekly.
A year after violence crushed Egypt, a different picture is emerging as investment is flowing into the country again and GDP may be back on track.
Major investment banks are buffering their foreign exchange settlement funds.
Controversy surrounds China Tuna Holdings attempt to go public on the Hong Kong Exchange.
Turner Sports basketball analyst Charles Barkley is ready to put his money where his mouth is—and become the equivalent of a CEO for an NBA team.
Piper Jaffray analysts Gene Munster and Doug Clinton say they were happy to see that investors don't care Apple CEO Tim Cook is gay.