E-cigarettes may have been marketed as a healthier option to cigarettes, yet, a new report shows that 1 in 5 U.K. teenagers have tried them.
European equities closed higher on Wednesday, following some positive economic data for the euro zone.
Chinese shares outperform the region as data suggesting a sluggish economy fueled hopes of more monetary stimulus measures.
CNBC "Fast Money" traders picked their best plays on the continued up-and-down movement in oil prices.
Amazon has launched a product called the Dash Button that lets users automatically reorder staple goods with the touch of a button.
Andrew Getty, 47, grandson of the oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, was found at his Hollywood Hills home. No cause of death was given. NBC News reports.
China's factory activity surprisingly expanded in March, government data showed on Wednesday, but analysts are still betting on more easing measures to come, to prevent growth from slipping further.
The chief executive officer of Wal-Mart Stores on Tuesday asked the governor of Arkansas to veto a religious freedom measure, saying the bill approved by lawmakers earlier in the day undermines "the spirit of inclusion" in the state.
Greece failed to reach a deal with the EU and IMF to unlock aid after the creditors dismissed reforms from Athens as ideas rather than concrete plans.
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The Japanese are hoarding over $300 billion under their mattresses that will likely stay there, barring a crisis of epic proportions.
GoDaddy will price its initial public offering at $20 per share, above its previously indicated range, the web-hosting company said late on Tuesday.
The ADP jobs report and a key manufacturing survey may show the lingering impact of the harsh winter weather that snuffed out first-quarter growth.
Greece's debt drama is getting more dire, but some are shrugging off a potential default as little more than a hiccup in the European market rally.
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The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Credit cards with the highest limits are nearly twice as likely to be a target of fraud than other plastic.
The stock is still no bargain, analysts and traders say, and no turnaround is seen soon.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find out S&P 500 could be headed. A bumpy road in the cards?
"That whole quarter was a big nothing … I don't feel the need to do anything," one investor said of the first quarter.