European markets closed down on Tuesday, after a number of Wall Street's biggest firms missed earnings expectations.
Tickets for Super Bowl XLIX are being offered for more than twice the price as this time last year, according to resellers.
The Singapore dollar slumped 5 percent against the U.S. dollar in 2014, and strategist expect more pain ahead, forecasting a decline of up to 5 percent by year-end.
The Street has high hopes for Apple’s earnings.
2014 ranked as a horrible year for many countries, according to an index, with Venezuela topping the list as the most miserable place on Earth.
Investment firm Turquoise Partners has created an exchange-traded fund tracking Iran's biggest companies.
Jack Ma, Alibaba's founder, said one of the reasons his company is so successful is he hires a lot of women. Plus, Ma on Hollywood ambitions.
The storm that hit the East Coast last week underwent "bombogenesis," and forecasters say it could happen again to Winter Storm Juno.
The price of the digital currency bitcoin rose sharply on Monday with news that the U.S. is set to have its first regulated exchange.
Standard & Poor's on Monday downgraded Russia's sovereign credit rating to to BB+ from BBB-.
The Obama administration said more Medicare payments will be linked to the value given patients, as opposed to a fee for services.
The middle class of the U.S. keeps shrinking as more Americans fall into the bottom, The New York Times reports.
U.S. oil prices were steady Monday, ahead of the first big snowstorm this year in the country's Northeast.
So-called "work martyrs" give hundreds of hours in free labor to their employers every year but who benefits?
But Joseph Stiglitz says Europe should try to hold the single currency euro together.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Thousands of flights were scrapped and big cities readied fleets of snowplows as the Northeast steeled itself for a blockbuster winter storm.
A victorious Syriza looks to have formed a coalition government with an unlikely ally: the right-wing Independent Greeks party.
European markets closed higher, as investors digested news that Syriza had won the Greek general election.
Apple expected to report more iPhone sales in China than in the US, highlighting the shifting power balance of the smartphone market, the FT reports.