Five years after the Great Recession ended, most states still haven't regained all the jobs they lost, even though the nation as a whole has.
Goldman Sachs seeks judge to order Google to delete mistakenly sent email.
Crude oil fell amid encouraging signs for supply from Libya and Iraq, with prices headed toward the lowest close in nearly 3 weeks.
U.K. house prices climbed in June to surpass highs reached in 2007, as the average price of a property in London reached $686,190.
As AirAsia gets set to re-enter Japan through a joint venture, CEO Tony Fernandes is optimistic AirAsia Japan will be profitable within a year.
JC Penney appealed a New York state court ruling that found it had interfered with a contract between Macy's and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Most Americans know relatively little about Belgium, but they know they want the US soccer team to beat the Belgians in the World Cup on Tuesday.
Founder of short-seller Muddy Waters Research, Carson Block, claimed on Tuesday that Chinese economic data lacked credibility.
Yen bears could be in for disappointment this year if former Japanese currency official Eisuke Sakakibara's latest comments are anything to go by.
After years of strife between dockworkers and terminal operators, both sides are taking a more positive tone in talks.
While predicting which stocks will be in the index in 25 years is nearly impossible, history might give some clues.
Singaporean companies went on a record-setting M&A spree in the first half, with deal volume surging to $40 billion, according to Dealogic.
An article about the ousting of Stan O’Neal from Merrill Lynch has become one of an estimated 50,000 expunged from certain Google searches.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg called a 2012 psychological study conducted on nearly 700,000 users "poorly executed" while speaking in India.
India's Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) said on Thursday trading had resumed across all of its markets after being disrupted for about three hours due to a network outage in the morning.
U.S. stocks are pushing through fresh records and valuations have passed pre-financial crisis levels, but some believe markets aren't overvalued yet.
Japan's departure from a pacifist constitution does not put it on a collision course with China, but relations between the two may not improve soon either.
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Daniel Colman won the World Series of Poker's "Big One for One Drop" Tournament and its $15.3 million first prize. He'll keep about 10 percent.
Jim Cramer says recent developments in the oil business aren’t getting nearly the attention they deserve.