Oil prices, oil-related shares, and oil-linked currencies all tumbled on Friday in the wake of OPEC's decision to refrain from cutting output.
Best Buy's website was down on Friday morning, during one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
The decision by the OPEC to keep production at current levels in spite of falling oil prices means trouble for the Russian economy, analysts warn.
Jonathan Golub, RBC Capital Markets, shares his outlook on the markets next year.
OPEC's contentious decision to keep its production target could trigger a wave of debt defaults by U.S. shale oil producers, warn analysts.
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Crowds flocked to Wal-Mart, Target and Toys R Us locations around the U.S. to snatch up doorbuster deals.
A loyalty scheme that would raise the voting power of Ferrari shareholders is one option Fiat Chrysler will consider when it spins off the automaker.
Here are five things retail analyst Brian Sozzi will be looking out for on Black Friday.
Retailers are more primed this year to capture Black Friday dollars than in shopping seasons past, Dana Telsey said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Germany's BMW is not interested in buying a stake in Tesla Motors, German weekly WirtschaftsWoche reported on Friday, citing a BMW statement.
As technology advances, the list of tech ideas gets longer. Trae Bodge, senior editor at RetailMeNot.com highlights a few of her favorites.
Airline stocks traded higher prior to the opening bell, benefiting from a sharp drop in oil prices.
There are several ways and reasons to tap retirement funds before age 59½, but advisors say loss of future gains might not be worth the cash today.
More than 100 people were arrested after an investigation spanning 45 countries into the use of stolen credit cards to buy plane tickets.
Many remained without electricity Thursday night after a nor'easter dumped snow across the region.
It appears Twitter's social communications company’s CFO may have done it again, with a cryptic message: "No just limited.”
Workers and merchants in Ferguson wonder whether their businesses can survive the terrible toll — and the fear of possible uprisings to come.