American Express said it would cut more than 4,000 jobs this year and reported quarterly revenue that beat expectations.
There's more to the story, and it's likely to become a significant headache for his successor.
Canarsie Capital's Owen Li told clients of his hedge fund that he is "truly sorry" for losing virtually all their money.
While Facebook is counting on the $2 billion purchase of Oculus to win in virtual reality, Google's answer is a smartphone and some cardboard.
OPEC's secretary general says oil prices will remain around their current levels for around a month before rebounding.
Mortgage application volume have jumped further, up 14.2 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).
Aetna raised employees' wages to a base of $16 per hour because doing otherwise would have put workers in poverty, CEO Mark Bertolini tells CNBC.
U.S. housing starts rose more than expected in December, a hopeful sign for the sluggish housing market recovery.
The U.S. should eliminate the threat posed by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to a member of the Saudi Arabian royal family.
The central bank faces the challenge of living up to expectations and opposition coming from Germany.
China's new home prices continued significant fall in December even as year-end sales volumes surged - a somber omen for upcoming 2014 GDP.
Video streaming company Netflix reported earnings that easily beat expectations on Tuesday, sending shares soaring in after-hours trading.
Malaysia revised its economic targets this week, but analysts warn the new forecasts may be too naïve as the world braces for an extended oil rout.
White House and British Parliament agree to maintain strong sanctions against Russia, The Fiscal Times reports.
About 4.4 million men and 2.8 million women have hidden a bank or credit card account from their partner. And that's not all.
Despite the drastic fall in oil prices the fortunes of many of America's oil tycoons have actually grown, according to Wealth-X.
Jim Cramer is seeing some red flags in the charts of the VIX. A buying opportunity ahead?
Facebook generated over $200 billion in economic activity in 2014, according to a Deloitte & Touche report.
Jim Cramer assessed Target's call to close stores in Canada. Could this mean it's time to buy buy buy, or go bye bye bye?
President Obama, facing a new Republican majority in Congress, asked for a broad package of reform in his annual address to lawmakers.