Corporations are piling on debt, but investors don't seem worried—at least for now—even though such complacency helped drive the financial crisis.
Hedge fund manager Dan Loeb recommended Amgen's stock Tuesday, causing shares to rise about 4 percent on the news.
Gold may have seen its lows of the year this month, but it's too soon for gold bulls to declare victory.
Greenwich Wealth Management's Vahan Janjigian said he believes both large-cap names can overcome the problems now plaguing them.
A big name insurer is warning of possible Ebola-related restrictions on business liability coverage.
Investors are hungry to hear how CEO Marissa Mayer will spend the proceeds from the Alibaba IPO.
Where many investors saw turmoil in the stock market over the past few weeks, David Einhorn saw opportunity.
"The financial industry has largely lost the public trust," New York Fed President William Dudley said.
Apple said it is aware of the iCloud attacks but servers remain safe, according to Dow Jones.
Demand for Apple's iPad Mini may be waning as more users gravitate toward bigger—and smaller—devices, according to a Slice Intelligence.
China's slowing growth would seem to point more economic stimulus from the government, but Beijing may not have options it used to.
Is the worst of the market carnage over? Ron Insana looks at what technical indicators are saying.
Nomura analyst Simeon Siegel identified three brands the firm thinks provide the best opportunity in retail for the remainder of the year.
General Motors is calling for Governor Rick Snyder to sign legislation that would ban the direct sale of automobiles in Michigan.
The drought in California is taking a heavy toll on honeybees and beekeepers, while reducing honey supplies and threatening crops.
Spare a thought for Warren Buffett, whose portfolio is not doing him any favors this week.
Despite the European Central Bank saying it has not decided to buy corporate bonds, a report that it would do so as early as December gave stocks a boost.
Larry Robbins of Glenview Capital unveiled four new stock picks at the Robin Hood Investors conference Tuesday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer knocked Coca-Cola after the beverage giant reported third-quarter earnings results that he called "ghastly."
College grads are increasingly attracted to cities like Denver, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Nashville and Portland, reports the New York Times.