Investors appear to have had a sudden change of heart – emerging market equities have come back with a vengeance over the past three weeks, outperforming global stocks.
Citigroup must pay $3.1 million to a couple who alleged the firm didn't supervise a broker who steered them to investments that went broke.
The price marks a sharp fall for a house that got widespread media attention and listed last year for $125 million.
With safeguards firmly in place, and more regulations to protect investors still coming, some lenders say the nation would never see another crisis.
The wealthy should give less to charity and invest more of their money in start-ups, said Scott McNealy, the former CEO of Sun Microsystems.
The withdrawal of Larry Summers is a serious setback for Obama's team. And that could have serious economic and political consequences.
You probably never heard a mother brag, “My son, the biologist!” but maybe she should. Here are the most underrated jobs of 2013.
AAA has come up with a sobering statistic: the average price of gasoline will surpass $3 per gallon Tuesday for the 1,000th consecutive day.
Supercars are very common on the wide, state-of-the-art highways of Dubai. But a new record-breaking Lamborghini, made out of gold and gems, is sure to turn heads.
As the U.S. economy is gaining traction, economists argue that the growth is why things look bad for the dollar and bond markets.
Fluctuating flight costs can make booking airline tickets frustrating, so when is the optimal time to get a bargain on your flight?
Even if you hit the big time you may not make the coveted Forbes rich list as America's billionaires continue to amass wealth, said editor of Forbes.
The watchmaker Patek Philippe has a new piece so exclusive, you need a password to read about it—and have to fill out an application to buy it.
Stocks still offer investors the best prospects for relative returns, Goldman Sachs' European equities strategist told CNBC on Monday, as equities exit a "hope" phase and enter a "growth" phase.
With nearly half of the world's employed population unhappy in their jobs one can't help but wonder: What ever happened to job satisfaction?
With the weakening dollar and Yellen in the forerun for Fed chief, investors believe that US rates will remain low for even longer.
No Larry Summers at the Fed may have triggered a bigger market reaction than the Fed will muster with its own policy statement Wednesday.
The richest 400 Americans are richer than they were last year, and the young are accumulating wealth at a faster clip than their boomer counterparts.
Over half of the participants in a survey of professionals working in Singapore’s financial services industry admitted that they don't pay attention during conference calls.
Malaysia's office construction boom could lead to a Dubai-style property bust, CIMB warns, but other analysts expect a more muted correction.