Saudi Oil Minister Naimi said the current oil price slide is "irrelevant," and swayed OPEC members to keep oil's current output.
Call it the perfect nonstorm. Mild weather forecasts, a supply surplus and a general energy market swoon are crushing nat gas on Monday.
The fastest growth is not in megacities like Tokyo, but second-tier ones that many Americans have never heard of.
2015 could be a better year for active managers with volatility set to return and small-cap stocks positioned for better performance, said Tom Lee.
Attorneys general in neighboring states filed a Supreme Court lawsuit attempting to overturn parts of Colorado's historic marijuana law.
Gabelli Funds' Howard Ward says he's still bullish on stocks for a variety of reasons, including what he views as an under-ownership of equities.
North Korea is having major Internet problems, just days after President Barack Obama promised a proportional response to the Sony hacking.
Some residents have tried to fight back by filing fake accident reports with Waze in hopes that the app will route drivers, TODAY reports.
The effects of lower oil prices won't hurt Caterpillar as much as the slowdown in mining in recent years has, CEO Doug Oberhelman says.
Tesla's Elon Musk has proposed a new public transportation system between LA and San Francisco. USA Today reports.
Looking to avoid taxes on Roth IRA conversions? Choose a "backdoor" Roth or wait for a life event to lower your tax bracket.
If the housing crisis was a horror show, then brace yourself: Here comes the sequel, says Brandy King-Cutler of American Financing.
A Russian politician is advising women to use beetroot instead of expensive imported lipstick.
Russia faces a “full-blown economic crisis” next year that will trigger defaults, a respected ex-finance minister has warned. The FT reports.
Is a nasty split in scorching public view the new normal for financial industry power couples? Experts see something brewing.
Enter the growing number of virtual doorman apps, services acting as middlemen between the big shipping companies such as FedEx and UPS and the front door.
More companies may be handing out year-end bonuses, but don't count on a generous one.
Supreme Court Justices admit to inconsistent rulings while embracing them at the same time, the New York Times reports.
CloudFlare is trying to protect millions of websites from cyber-attacks. That requires many data centers, so it will open one a week in 2015.
Caterpillar chief Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC he sees big opportunities in Cuba, and maybe in a few years Cuba could be like Puerto Rico.