Saturday marks "Pi Day"—the sole day this century where the date matches the mathematical expression of one of math's favorite formulas.
Mohamed El-Erian said that Egypt's economy had been impressively revived after a shock that he likened to having a "heart attack."
The dramatic drop in oil prices is going to be very painful for the oil and gas industry, BP CEO Bob Dudley told CNBC Saturday.
Dollar bulls are flocking to the U.S. dollar index, pushing futures interest to all-time records in the last few days.
A scandal unfolding in Monaco and Singapore could shed light on the global market for multimillion-dollar art and possible manipulations by megadealers.
The Russian economy is ready for the upside; it's time to ease tensions with Russia, says Dan Steinbock.
Villagers in eastern Ukraine saw a missile overhead before a Malaysian airliner was shot down last year, suggesting it was from pro-Russian rebel territory.
While consumers are obvious winners in the on-demand economy, the story for workers is more complex.
Apple's decision to open the beta version of its latest iOS update was necessary to make a better operating system and to create buzz, an analyst says.
The Fed in the coming week may finally signal it's on a course to raise rates, and anticipation of a change in its zero-rate policy has been sending ripples through markets.
As investors fret about the prospects of higher interest rates in the U.S., the cost of borrowing is falling in the rest of the world.
From 'wink face', to 'crystal ball'; there's an emoticon for everything now. However, Facebook has now removed an "emoji” following complaints.
Here's why I might not send my girls to college — and what we would do instead, says Jake Novak.
U.S. crude settled at $44.84 per barrel on Friday's session, dropping $2.21 or 4.7 percent.
Spring and pent-up demand for homes are creating lots of traffic at open houses, sometimes so much that the police have been called.
Gold futures settled higher after choppy trading as the dollar continued its rally ahead of the March Federal Reserve meeting.
As tumbling U.S. oil prices bring a new round of pain for producers, OPEC appears to be far from blinking.
U.S. stocks closed lower, as a week of mixed economic data, dollar strength and low oil prices made traders cautious ahead of next week’s Fed meeting.
The most recent GDP Now print puts first-quarter GDP growth at just 0.6 percent.
Traders superstitious fears about Friday the 13th are based somewhat on history.