The stock market will drop 10 percent at some point during the next five months, according to one Wall Street firm.
The figures are in: HealthCare.gov has about 6.4 million paying customers who are at risk of losing subsidies in a pending Supreme Court case.
JPMorgan will eliminate voicemail for its retail employees in an effort cut costs and save about $16 million a year.
Big investors are dismissing talk of a technology market peak given what they call unprecedented advances in the sector.
USA Today compiles eight stocks that have been consistent winners in S&P 500 over the last five years.
A survey shows Americans still have some big gaps in their knowledge about the high cost of low scores.
Gun stocks were jumping on the news firearms background check data for last month rose nearly 5 percent.
Banks are expected to be the biggest beneficiaries of a potential rate hike. Here's the best way to play it.
The U.S. auto industry remained on track for the best sales year in almost a decade as consumers purchased at the fastest monthly pace since 2006.
With Greece getting close to defaulting on debt owed to international lenders, Greek pensioners are starting to sweat.
Take these simple steps to make sure your nest egg lasts longer.
George Zimmer has a new venture he's billing as Uber for tailors, but here's why Marcus Lemonis, star of CNBC's "The Profit," isn't biting.
If history is any indication, Apple's latest bond offering announcement could signal a big move higher for the stock.
Bottom-up investing, which banks on individual securities bucking market trends, demands that investors do their homework.
Big banks are spending on futuristic branches, but it's all a waste. Financial technology experts say the branch will soon be dead.
These customers are not happy, according to a survey.
Vehicle automation is occurring at a breakneck pace. However, the technology will present as many new challenges as it does solutions.
CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's driving today's trading action, including a move up in bond yields and a turnaround in transports.
A widely-followed measure of the U.S. economy may show a bigger recovery is ahead.
A look at a classic technical indicator and what it means for the markets, with technician Louise Yamada CNBC's Bertha Coombs and the Futures Now Traders.