The United States urged Argentina to negotiate a solution with holdout investors after U.S. court decisions that pushed the country close to default.
Asian equities ended mixed on Friday following a better-than-expected U.S. employment report.
The Aussie – which appeared to be on course for a return to parity with the U.S. dollar just days ago – is set to end the year below $0.90.
The weakening hurricane will take one last swipe at the East Coast, forecasters say. NBC News reports.
Google will not remove some links to Guardian newspaper stories, showing the difficulty it is having applying Europe's "right to be forgotten" ruling.
A security forum and a $50 billion Asian infrastructure bank are just two elements in China's strategy to counter Washington's "pivot" to the region.
China's slowing property market may draw comparisons with the U.S. housing bust, but some are calling a recovery and see bargains in developer stocks.
China's economy may be slowing but the latest Transformers movie has broken Chinese box office records since opening last Friday.
Chipmaker Ambarella may be small, but the company is attracting interest due to a surging stock and a few high-profile clients.
"With a great deal of energy and expense down the drain," plans for the so-called Ark were canceled.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader says Facebook users should start a movement to get paid for their personal information.
President Obama's economic team is looking into more Wall Street regulation, specifically when it comes to risky behavior. USA Today reports.
Despite the naysayers, earnings could put more sizzle into the stock market's bull run this summer.
Antoine Dominic is one of only three people who own a Lamborghini Veneno. CNBC tagged along with him for his first ride in the car.
An overpass in Brazil that was part of the World Cup infrastructure plan has collapsed onto vehicles below.
A "very small number" of disposal wells are behind a swarm of earthquakes plaguing Oklahoma, according to a new study.
"It's nice. It's a talking point, but it's not what the stock market is about," says Jim Cramer of Dow 17,000.
A fall in demand for military equipment spurred a drop in new orders for U.S. factory goods, data showed on Wednesday.
Traditional advice suggests rising interest rate expectations would spur shifts to short-duration bonds, but some think the long end is a better bet.
Deutsche Bank's chief U.S. economist says economic growth is strong and getting stronger.