Brazil's president plans a budget cut and tax hike package of as much as $36 billion, in a move to regain investor confidence, senior officials said.
Elon Musk has lost more than $1 billion on his Tesla holdings alone in the last month, but he may be a lot happier next year, if analysts are right.
Lawyers often tell clients that the "e" in email stands for evidence. Here's how that evidence would play out for Sony in court.
Time to reassess your plastic. 2015 could trigger big credit card shakeups amid rising interest rates, new card technology and benefits.
By now, anyone who's used social media long enough probably knows at least one person who has passed away, but whose profile page remains.
Now that many are blaming North Korea for the cyberattack on Sony, what will the U.S. government do about it?
A CNBC.com analysis of money flows shows that large cash hoards have already left Russia, much of it stashed in former Soviet states.
Resolving the Russia-Ukraine dispute is critical. Here's the one person who can do that, says Jason Bordoff and Carlos Pascual.
Warren Buffett took a hit when shares in Chinese car company BYD plunged on Thursday, The New York Times reports.
Stocks surged on Thursday after the Fed said it would be patient in increasing rates and as oil rose.
Uber said Wednesday that it would begin a new series of measures to boost safety at the ride-sharing startup—including biometric and voice screening for drivers.
Global crude prices fell again on Thursday, a day after rallying, as traders placed new bets that the market would resume a six-month rout.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a sharply higher open on Thursday, as Wall Street cheered comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Hollywood, politicians, techies and others react to Sony's 'unprecedented' decision to cancel next week's release of the controversial film "The Interview".
The market may have rallied, but "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks that’s just the beginning of Yellen’s impact.
The Fed may have helped prime the stock market for a Santa rally, if oil remains calm and there are no new flare-ups in overseas markets.
Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed "external factors" for its economic crisis Thursday, but failed to reassure investors.
European shares closed sharply higher on Thursday with global sentiment boosted after the Federal Reserve said it had confidence in the economy.
The Swiss National Bank said it would introduce a negative exchange rate of -0.25 percent on sight deposit account balances at the central bank.
If Russia doesn't do this one thing (and soon), it will be like 1998 — but worse, says Wolfgang Koester.