US officials believe the individuals behind it were acting on orders from the North Koreans
Sony said it would not release the controversial film "The Interview" as planned on Dec. 25, citing theater chains' plans not to show the movie.
Shares of cruise company Carnival and airliner Copa Holdings were among the stocks boosted on normalized diplomatic Cuban relations.
Major averages propelled higher after the Federal Reserve said it will 'remain patient' on rate hikes.
During peace talks in Havana, FARC rebels agreed to a cease-fire in Colombia—given that the military does not attack them.
If Russia doesn't do this one thing (and soon), it will be like 1998 — but worse, says Wolfgang Koester.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
It's not the fact that oil prices are declining that alarms Jim Cramer, it's the velocity of the oil beast. He shared the upside to a slow decline.
The "Fast Money" traders give investors 4 ways to play tech.
An adaptation from an upcoming book has generated fresh buzz around an AOL-Yahoo merger. Chances are, nothing has changed.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen is holding her last news conference of 2014, with the phrase 'considerable time' a hot-button subject.
The Federal Open Market Committee was expected to keep its target funds rate near zero, as all eyes look toward a possible rate hike next year.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on October 29.
Here's what bothers Ron Insana about the Fed's statement — its last of 2014.
An unconfirmed rumor is sending McDonald's shares and options soaring.
Police departments are increasingly turning to body cameras to build trust and provide accountability for officers. But does it work?
Oil stocks bounced, in their best day in three years, but oil industry analysts say the equities may be premature in celebrating a bottom in oil prices.
In a rare move for a CEO, Starbucks is discussing a touchy subject with employees: racial tension in America.
The former head of health-care investment banking, already on voluntary leave because of a nasty divorce proceeding, has resigned to focus on family.
Oracle delivered fiscal second-quarter earnings of 69 cents per share on $9.60 billion in revenue, topping expectations on the top and bottom lines.