U.S. economic growth cooled in the fourth quarter as previously estimated, with businesses throttling back on inventory and equipment investment.
Inflation ultimately is what ends business cycles, and prices will not rise significantly for some time, Jason Trennert tells CNBC.
U.S. consumer sentiment dropped in March, according to a report released on Friday.
Violent gyrations in currency and oil markets are finally spilling over into stocks as investors wrestle with uncertainty over the Fed and earnings.
Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen tells CNBC one aspect of the recovery in particular could determine whether the six-year bull market continues.
Dow Chemical says it will separate a large part of its chlorine business in a deal that will give it control of Olin Corp.
Hacking is very bad news for big corporations but can be very good for investors on top of the latest in cybersecurity stocks.
Currency strategist Kathy Lien says the recent action in one FX pair signals further downside for equities.
Willie Nelson is going into the weed business, according to a pot activist.
Google said it would pay its new Chief Financial Officer, Ruth Porat, more than $70 million in the next two years.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
German prosecutors also say no suicide note was found and there was no indication of any political or religious motivation for Lubitz's actions.
An Airbus video depicting the reinforced cockpit doors and locking procedures has resurfaced since this week's Germanwings plane crash in the Alps.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is eyeing the Middle East’s impact on oil.
The Fast Money traders have the play on tech.
Darren Wolfberg of BNP Paribas says that crude is headed to $60, and he has the charts to prove it.
Small investors are scooping up securities that will benefit from higher gold prices as market volatility sets off a flight to safety.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid will not seek re-election next year, the New York Times reports.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks just before the closing bell Friday, and you can bet Wall Street will delay the start of its weekend to listen.