Apple may finally have struck an iPhone distribution deal with China Mobile, Fortune.com reports.
The White House is offering more money to insurance companies as an incentive for them to let people keep coverage that was to have been canceled next year. The NYT reports.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
One strategist believes consumer spending this holiday season will show that the U.S. Federal Reserve's "wealth effect" simply isn't working.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a tepid Wall Street open on Tuesday, as caution set in ahead of Friday's non-farm payrolls jobs report.
Chinese have come out on top in an international standardized test covering mathematics, reading and science, outscoring their U.S. counterparts.
U.S. bank stocks may rise as much as 30 percent next year as litigation costs begin to ease, Gerard Cassidy, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said.
The dollar climbed to a more than six-month high against the yen on Monday on speculation the Bank of Japan may expand its already massive economic stimulus.
This is the script of CNBC's news report for China's CCTV on December 2, Monday.
Crude was mixed, but Brent was set for its biggest monthly gain since August, as unrest in Libya kept supply disruptions in focus.
Beijing is now confronting strategic assumptions that have governed the Western Pacific region since World War Two.
Tata Motors' Nano may have been a consistent flop in India, but the former chairman of parent and conglomerate Tata Group still has high hopes for the world's cheapest car.
The debate may continue to rage over whether bitcoin is a viable alternative to the dollar, but there's no denying of its ability to boost a brand's awareness.
Stocks touched on new highs today, and the earnings outlook suggests big gains are still coming, despite the slow economy, according to one guru.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Leading by personal example is one of the hardest skills to master — but get it right and the results will be well worth all the effort.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker outlines the US "open for business" agenda to jumpstart the economic recovery.
European equities closed sharply lower on Tuesday after disappointing data from the euro zone and increased concerns about tapering.
The United States is now the world's most generous nation, according to a global index of giving, knocking Australia off the top spot.
Considering stocks sold-off, are investors facing an icy month ahead?