Is oil headed to $100? $30? It may not matter, says Ron Insana. It could be headed the way of the dinosaurs.
A defined benefit pension once provided an ironclad promise of a secure income in retirement. Not anymore.
The pace of new home sales in February jumped to the highest level in seven years, but it may be all about demand and the lack of supply.
U.S. stocks closed lower as investors attempted to find clarity on the timing of a rate hike amid concerns of the dollar's impact on earnings.
Extremely low mortgage rates may be putting would-be homebuyers in a tough spot when they're ready to sell, Zillow's Stan Humphries warns.
Brent fell on Tuesday as the dollar reversed losses and fear of global oversupply persisted, while strong U.S. data limited WTI's losses.
European equities finished higher on Tuesday, rising from session lows, as investors reacted to fresh economic data from the euro zone.
The state that could be most affected by proposed fracking rules is not top producer Texas or booming North Dakota.
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A former trader at Rabobank pleaded guilty to U.S. charges that he took part in a scheme to manipulate Libor, the benchmark interest rate.
This all-natural health bar promises nine essential amino acids and 10 grams of protein, but there's a catch.
Ever the savvy businesswoman, Taylor Swift has gone and purchased the domain names TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult.
Ruth Porat, CFO and executive vice president of Morgan Stanley, is leaving the Wall Street firm to join Google as CFO.
Half of the households that received Obamacare subsidies will have to pay some of that money back, with an average repayment of nearly $800.
A representative for the German airline said there were 144 passengers, including 2 babies and a school party of 16 and 6 crew members.
Even with improvements in the job market, the unemployment rate among millennials remains stubbornly high. How to beat the odds.
Investors threw $47 billion at the market this month. Is it time to worry about a bubble?
Japan continues to flirt with deflation, raising expectations for more stimulus measures, but the central bank’s hands may be tied, analysts say.
Jim Cramer likes to question trends sometimes. What if things were completely different? He gives his take on what investors can expect.
After the Sony breach, insecure mobile platforms and downloaded apps are becoming a growing, costly problem for businesses.