Good news from Apple should be a positive for stocks, as five Dow stocks and dozens of other major firms report earnings Tuesday.
China's economy grew at its slowest pace in more than five years in the third quarter, official statistics showed Tuesday, but the data still topped estimates.
Not all is rosy in the land of Apple. Despite the company's big beat in its Q4 and impressive iPhones sales, it's still struggling to sell iPads.
A legal battle between Goldman Sachs and the Libyan sovereign wealth fund could have more permanent repercussions for the banking industry, experts have told CNBC.
A judge has sentenced athlete Oscar Pistorius to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend.
A Bulgarian man who was paralysed can walk with the aid of a frame after receiving transplant treatment using cells from his nose.
The chief exec of Total, Christophe de Margerie, was killed when his private jet collided with a snow plough as it was taking off from Moscow's Vnukovo airport.
New guidelines for health care workers stress practice and rituals in taking off protective gear while contacting Ebola patients. NBC News reports.
Oscar de la Renta, one of the most sought-after fashion designers, died on Monday at the age of 82.
Apple easily beat Wall Street forecasts, and its sales outlook for the current quarter came in ahead of expectations.
Nine in 10 uninsured Americans don't know Obamacare's next open-enrollment opens next month, even though it's designed for them.
How much cash is too much cash? Looks like Apple will test the limits.
Think of flexible work arrangements and you may imagine a working mother. But men are big users of flex time as well - with different consequences.
Jim Cramer discusses Apple and IBM, two polar opposite companies, to find out where IBM went wrong and why Apple is the leader of the techie pack.
Apple sold 39.3 million iPhones in the fiscal fourth quarter, the best launch quarter of the last five years for the company's flagship product.
Forget cash, Apple is attempting to make credit cards as old-fashioned as VHS cassettes.
The prostitute, accused of giving a Google executive a fatal dose of heroin, may have had her judgement clouded by heroin.
Cramer called bottom on Friday, investors now circle back to Apple and leaving IBM behind. Cramer also recommends additional winners for the long run
The falling cost of solar energy is key for a long growth trajectory, Ahmad Chatila, CEO and president of SunEdison, says.
A federal jury found the company liable on Monday for failing to tell a highway agency about changes it made to a guardrail system.