Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Very few people have the same risk threshold as Warren Buffet so beware investors following Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio.
Caterpillar reported quarterly earnings that surged past analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Strategists said stocks could continue a pattern of consolidation Thursday, after the massive spring back rally earlier in the week.
Here are the 10 most ridiculous excuses for calling in sick from work, reports NBC's Today Show.
There's "no margin of safety" in the S&P 500 but stocks are not overpriced, billionaire Mario Gabelli tells CNBC.
What's it like to have a Never Ending Pasta Pass? One California man sheds light on potential weight gain and more.
Four years since foreclosures during the Great Recession, former borrowers are returning to the mortgage market, reports the New York Times.
The former NBA great turned businessman says he has the solution to the lack of diversity in tech: Just give him a call.
The "Fast Money" traders share how they're playing weakness in the stock market.
General Motors' earnings beat estimates, but the company's revenue fell short of expectations.
A man from Maryland was stopped by Secret Service and dogs in the North Lawn after he jumped the fence of the White House.
Drugmakers are seeking indemnity against possible losses from the widespread emergency use of new Ebola vaccines in Africa.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's warned on Thursday that the euro zone crisis was entering a "stubborn phase of subdued growth" in what it says is a new stage in the region's economic crisis.
Tesco's earnings statement reveals that the UK supermarket giant had overstated profits for the first half of 2014 by £263 million.
Hungary is preparing to impose the world's first tax on internet usage, the FT reports.
This Buffett-backed executive isn’t getting any special treatment from Mad Money host Jim Cramer
3M posted third-quarter earnings on Thursday of $1.98 a share, 2 cents higher than expected.
Comcast reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday, helped by a tax settlement and more high-speed Internet customers.
Proctor and Gamble will put together a new leadership team to bolster its sagging sales.