China's economy grew at its slowest pace since the global financial crisis in the first quarter, official data showed on Wednesday, building the case for further stimulus from policymakers.
U.S. commerce secretary Penny Pritzker told CNBC progress is being made in addressing the concerns of American businesses operating in the mainland.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s revealing an undervalued play that may surprise you.
Early morning earnings reports from major financial companies and a few economic reports could set the tone for Wednesday's markets.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
A new study shows success in the National Football League doesn't protect players from bankruptcy.
Stress, poor employment prospects and proximity to danger all factor in CareerCast.com's new ranking of the best and worst jobs to have this year.
Won't make the April 15 filing deadline? You can ask the IRS for a six-month extension.
2015 has seen the light start to dim on the U.S. bull market and shine more brightly in some unlikely corners of the world.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that in 125 occupations, men earned more than women in all but one job.
Ziosk is aiming to improve the customer experience by allowing guests to order and pay through table-top tablets at casual-dining restaurants.
We learned a few things that you could only know if you're able to afford a Lamborghini, the rarest diamonds, or a megamansion.
Dr. Ron Paul discusses why the next financial crisis could be on the horizon.
American Energy–Utica and natural-resource investor Energy & Minerals Group announce a settlement with Chesapeake. But Aubrey McClendon bristles.
The move marks a key step in President Barack Obama's bid to normalize relations between the two countries.
Mobile payments could lead shoppers to spend more frivolously at the register, experts said.
If a 100-year hurricane event were to hit downtown Miami, it would cause $250 billion in insured losses today, thanks to soaring property values.
The biggest fight inside Facebook underlies the biggest fault line for social media giants: pushing more ads without pushing away users.
Thirteen stocks in the S&P 500 are not doing as well since the market peaked in early March; they are either falling or still. The USA Today reports.
Apple is widely expected to unveil the latest version of iOS and OS X. But the company may also show off some new hardware.