Stocks rose on Friday, with equities on track for weekly losses.
GM will recall 511,528 Chevrolet Camaro cars, mainly in North America, because a driver's knee can bump the key fob and cause a loss of power.
The Sunni fighters, who stole $450 million in a bank heist, were reportedly only about 40 miles from Baghdad on Friday. NBC News reports.
This could be the key to solving the immigration problem, says Carol Roth.
Priceline announces it is buying online reservation site OpenTable for $103 per share, or about $2.6 billion.
"If you want to have one final puff of the cigar" then you have to be careful, warns Nicholas Colas of ConvergEx.
Senate Republicans blocked legislation aimed at letting people refinance their student loans at lower rates.
Months after Facebook bought virtual reality headset maker Oculus and Sony announced Morpheus, virtual reality is in the spotlight at the E3.
A decade ago, scientists took years of effort to amass raw data for the human genome. Today, BGI Shenzhen can do it in two hours or less.
As Singapore grapples with providing water for its growing population, focus has turned to a new generation of young entrepreneurs for solutions.
The day has been long for Justin M. Leverenz, who runs America's largest emerging markets mutual fund at Oppenheimer Funds.
Jitters about Iraq have unsettled global stock markets but are unlikely to lead to the deeper correction anticipated for some time, analysts say.
Iraq has become an important swing player with big promise in the global energy market, and the widening conflict there has oil experts worried.
Oppenheimer senior energy analyst Fadel Gheit explains what the situation in Iraq could ultimately mean for crude oil.
Revenue from women's sunglasses rose 9 percent in 2013, outpacing the 4 percent increase posted by women's apparel.
Cramer's advocated watching the market closely for a while. But now, he says, it’s time to act!
The billionaire club has a new member. According to a Forbes report, Michael Jordan has increased his stake in the Hornets and crossed the billionaire threshold.
A recent pair of school shootings is drawing fresh attention to businesses that make products such as bulletproof backpacks and blankets.
Imagine a world of self-driving cars, robotic arms for amputees and virtual mobility. Here's a look at products revolutionizing society.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said it it will allow others to use its patents.