After a week of high-octane turbulence, stocks have a good chance of drifting higher in the week ahead, giving the year a bullish finale.
It’s his annual appeal. "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer wants you to place a couple shares of this stock in the stockings.
The Fast Money traders discuss their favorite trades for the end of the year.
Experts reveal which sectors in Africa are poised to make headway, and how investors are tapping in.
Sony Pictures Entertainment is still mulling how to release the film “The Interview” after theaters canceled screenings following threats of violence.
Express Scripts said its largest plan will cover only AbbVie's hepatitis C regimen, excluding drugs from Gilead and J&J.
To keep your kid's smile from fading by Boxing Day, try a gift that lasts longer than a toy.
Never mind the shale revolution, or Opec's deliberations. Some olive oil producers are enjoying the highest prices in six years.
Fabrice Brégier, President and CEO of Airbus, has told CNBC his company would take the bragging rights on aircraft deliveries.
In the panicky run-up to the big day, would you be happy to hand over nearly $10,000 for a Christmas tree?
Why brands are using language analysis - which started out being used to fight crime - as a core part of their marketing strategy.
A flurry of acquisitions of coal assets by Japanese firms signals that some trading houses are betting a depressed coal market is bottoming out.
Sister of Spain's King Felipe VI has been ordered to stand trial on charges of tax fraud, prolonging the embarrassment of the royal family.
Car collectors hoping to go auto hunting in Cuba may find a number of U.S. classics in surprisingly good shape, an expert says.
A day after two officers were fatally shot, Mayor Bill de Blasio faces the challenge of reassuring the city while navigating a rift with the NYPD.
The U.S. dollar's increased buying power has presented opportunities for Americans to jet off to more exotic places.
A Milken Institute retirement report finds the top 10 cities in which to age successfully lie outside the expected Sun Belt states.
Jim Cramer spoke with Red Hat CEO on how widespread the attack on Sony could be. Is this open sourced technology biz vulnerable to attack?
What do T. Boone Pickens, a former NYMEX chairman and a pizza food truck have in common? A lot more than you might think.
The tech sector's lack of diversity has been widely chronicled. So how do companies like Google, Apple and Facebook solve the problem?