Sterling hit a one-month high against the dollar Friday, on news that the UK unemployment rate fell in February to its lowest level since July 2008.
The pain created by low interest rates is misunderstood and not talked about enough, BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink tells CNBC.
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is concerned about the potential for liquidity troubles in markets due to changes in the activities of Wall Street firms.
From boy band members heading out on their own to infamous fashion models reuniting, last month had the social world excited.
Russia's economy has contracted further, a day after president Vladimir Putin sought to reassure the nation that the worst of the crisis was over.
In a shocking verdict, the mistress of ex-Clippers owner Donald Sterling was ordered to pay his wife $2.6 million. Dan Eaton explains why.
Russia has key interests in common with the United States and needs to work with it, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday.
Despite Friday's selloff, one noted market technician sees opportunity to buy stocks.
A new deal between Microsoft and Yahoo will allow Yahoo to deliver its own search results. The New York Times reports.
There are 11 CEOs who received raises last year while shares of their companies were among the worst performers. USA Today reports.
Investors piled into safe harbors as fears rose over a Greek exit on Friday, sending bond yields tumbling.
Automated, algorithm-based robo-advisor portfolio managers are gaining a foothold with some traditional financial advisory firms.
More than $250-billion in buyback authorizations were approved in the past three months.
A tycoon's suicide, the looming resignation of a prime minister: This may sound like a Hollywood film, but it's the latest headache for South Korea.
Orchard Road has long been regarded one of Asia's best shopping streets, but the time is ripe for reinvention, the boss of a century-old retailer in Singapore told CNBC.
Top technician Katie Stockton of BTIG says that the market is on the cusp of a big breakout, and she has two charts that explain why.
High-frequency trading firm Virtu saw its shares soar after its IPO.
A federal judge in Kansas City has given preliminary approval to a class action settlement involving millions of allegedly defective Remington rifles.
One options trader is betting that General Electric will hold its recent gains for the next several months.
Here's a challenge for Hillary Clinton: Return to a JFK growth agenda. But it looks like she's going the wrong way, says Larry Kudlow.