Oil shrugged off a barrage of threats over the crisis in Ukraine, slipping ahead of the weekend on profit taking and healthy supplies in N. America.
President Barack Obama said on Saturday the U.S. did not use its military might to "impose things," but would use that might if necessary.
Bill McNabb dismissed suggestions that the stock market is "rigged."
Jim Cramer looks at many metrics as he decides where to put money. He’s just spotted something very bullish.
Apple has offered to replace faulty on-off buttons on the iPhone 5, a rare glitch that it said on Friday affected "a small percentage" of the phones.
Is it better to put money in a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA? Cramer has a rule of thumb.
China's Sina has been stripped of its online publication licence amid a pornography crackdown, prompting its shares to fall over 7 percent.
The company posted fiscal second-quarter earnings of 56 cents per share on $3.87 billion in revenue.
Investors will navigate a Fed meeting, an earnings flood, and significant economic data, but traders agree global tensions will continue to dominate the market.
The retailer is testing its own delivery network in San Francisco.
Anyone who thinks the FCC decision on pricing power is a threat to innovation is obscenely wrong, says Jake Novak.
The proposed rules are a complete turnaround for the FCC on the subject of so-called net neutrality.
Oregon's deeply troubled state-run Obamacare exchange votes to have the federal exchange HealthCare.gov take over enrollment for residents.
Wealthy Chinese are spending substantial money on real estate in New York and some other major cities around the world, including London and Sydney.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk was paid just under $70,000 in 2013. But he could be in line for much, much more.
Stocks fell on Friday as investors watched escalating tension in Ukraine.
As banks fight for profit, branches will be retooled into community hubs with interactive tech so consumers can do a host of retail transactions.
Russia "wants to start World War III" and Moscow's veiled threats of military action could start an armed conflict in Europe, Ukraine's prime minister said.
Continued reluctance to invest abroad could damage portfolios in the long run, according to research by Goldman Sachs.