The Fed said some assets are overvalued, but we are unlikely to see tighter rates to nip bubbles for now. Financial Times reports.
Rupert Murdoch may have been canny in his $80 billion bid for Time Warner as potential bidders are busy absorbing their own large deals.
Worldwide merger and acquisition activity has reached $2 trillion so far this year, up 75 percent from last year, according to Thomson Reuters data.
The yen hit a five-month high versus the euro - and held some of its gains against the dollar - as investors saw the currency as a safe haven.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is targeting 10 firms in a high frequency trading probe, according to an SEC document.
Sotheby's is laying off some of its staff and moving a portion of them to other jobs as part of a broader overhaul, CNBC has learned.
Who says old school technology is dead? Has anyone notice the top performers in the Dow in July?
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
After a streaming porn site offered to sponsor competitive gaming, many gaming groups indicated the sponsorship could violate policies.
Venture capital investment in health-care IT companies has topped $2.3 billion in 2014, blowing past the $1.9 billion in funding for all of 2013.
Will this week's earnings reports really be enough to support the market?
The Tour de France is under way. So that means manufacturers of high-end bikes are busy peddling their pedaling products.
Summer travelers heading out for extended weekends have a new way to get to the beach when booking on Priceline.com: sports cars.
A survey suggests millennials may be viewing stocks as 'easy money' to pay back debt.
Google Glass is partnering with technology start-ups, which may help it carve out a more important and profitable role in business.
Computer hardware maker Dell said that customers can now use bitcoin to make purchases on the firm's online marketplace.
The Malaysian plane crash triggered a selloff by the machines but Gaza is a bigger worry for the human traders, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
An investigation into the manipulation of foreign exchange markets by traders could be worse than the Libor scandal for banks, RBS boss.
Veteran trader Art Cashin said that despite geopolitical concerns, markets can "begin to repair," but only "one step at a time."