The word "unexpectedly" for negative economic data has become a much-mocked cliché, but this week's first-quarter GDP number deserves an exception. The Fiscal Times reports.
Barclays pulled a bond offering after it emerged that the New York attorney general was preparing to sue the UK bank for securities fraud.
European markets closed slightly lower on Thursday, after trading narrowly in and out of positive territory throughout the day.
The London property market, right now, has plenty in common with Hong Kong at the height of its property market boom.
Asian equities rose on Thursday after a weak reading on U.S. growth reinforced expectations the Fed won't raise interest rates anytime soon.
A swift rise in competition from China threatens an important pillar of Taiwan's economy, according to Barclays: the tech hardware industry.
GoPro created a buzz with its initial public offering and whether it can maintain that high depends on its push into the media space, analysts say.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued Barclays, alleging that its dark pool operated to favor high frequency traders.
Investors will be scrutinizing May personal consumption data Thursday for signs the first quarter's weakness is well over.
Google's big push into the "Internet of things" is likely to pay off, according to SunTrust's Bob Peck.
It is one of several tech companies trying to become more transparent about its workforce.
Look out, Silicon Valley. Asian business leaders are starting to think differently, says Michael Yoshikami.
Cramer has been scouring the market, looking for new ideas for the second half. He's got something.
An extremely rare Stradivarius viola failed to get the asking price of $45 million, Sotheby's said.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
It used to be that capitalizing on violence was seen as unseemly in marketing—until, that is, a soccer player apparently bit one of his opponents.
The uninsured rate in the US has fallen due to Obamacare, but the wide ranges of rates in individual states could actually grow wider.
Value-conscious consumers are always on the prowl for bargains. Here's a look at the states that offer the lowest cost of living.
Here's a list of the most expensive states to live in, as ranked by CNBC, based on metrics such as average home, food and energy prices.
Wonder which state has the lowest crime rate, ranks high in environmental quality, parks and recreation and access to health care? Read on.