Potential runoff elections in Georgia and Louisiana could delay news who controls the Senate, says Politico's Ben White.
Dr. Craig Spencer, the first New Yorker diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., had a lower fever than first disclosed when he was rushed to a hospital.
Pepsico said it's planning a 10-week test-run with at-home beverage maker SodaStream.
Standard & Poor's affirmed its ratings on Russia Friday, providing relief to markets that had feared a downgrade.
President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of making the world a more dangerous place by imposing a "unilateral diktat" in diplomacy.
But long time stock bull Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC it looks like the stock market hit its recent bottom last week.
Businesses don't have much faith that recent college hires will stick around for very long, a new survey says.
There's a slew of things pros on the Street believe that just don't seem to make a lot of sense.
The European Central Bank's President Mario Draghi urged EU leaders to contribute to efforts in avoiding a "relapse into recession."
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is investigating the U.S. response to Ebola.
Ford CEO Mark Fields says the company is considering a Tesla-style high performance electric vehicle, USA Today reports.
Shopping and shipping didn't deliver anything good to Amazon investors this quarter.
Shares in Amazon sank after missing expectations for the seventh time in nine quarters—and it turns out the stock tanking isn't so unusual either.
Wall Streeters traded their Bloomberg terminals for guitars and sunglasses to rock out for a good cause this week.
As financial stocks bounce back, one big trader is spotting an opportunity to get protection.
The stock market is acting as if the mid-October swoon never happened, despite a general—and fairly recent—sense of caution on Wall Street.
Turney Duff worked at billion-dollar hedge funds. But when he wants to know what's hot—like Apple or Samsung?—he consults these pint-size analysts.
330 million urban households globally live in substandard housing or are so financially stretched by housing costs they forgo other basic needs.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes rose to a six-year high in September, increasing 0.2 percent, according to the Commerce Department on Friday.
Companies that take a fearful approach to social media need to step up and show some guts, writes an HR consultant.