As stocks ended little changed Wednesday, noted investor Dennis Gartman said it's still a bull market, albeit a "quiet" one.
Delta Air Line's CEO said the airline's priority is making sure its operations are safe for passengers and crew members.
All of a sudden, during a quiet August trading afternoon, there was a momentary flash of excitement in the currency market.
Using the CNBC RQ 50 measure for R&D productivity, we've identified an elite group of companies that merit election to an R&D hall of fame.
The real cost of owning a new home could come down to about the same amount as the cost of a new washing machine.
The latest from the Internet of things and wireless daily living: wearable device footwear and pocket-size, high performance speakers.
The ECB is expected to hold fire at its looming monetary policy meeting, despite a shock fall in inflation reigniting deflation concerns.
Wall Street was seen opening higher on Thursday, even as Russia confirmed a wave of counter-sanctions aimed at its Western detractors.
New U.S. claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to a strengthening of the labor market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After imports of food from the U.S., EU, Australia, Canada and Norway were banned, Russian supermarkets are going to have to find substitutes fast.
Investors who buy the DAX on its recent lows could see the stock index rally 50 percent over the next year, one analyst told CNBC.
Some analysts fear that Sprint's decision to give up on merging with T-Mobile US could lead to a wider price war as the top carriers slug it out.
A tourist seeking to take pictures of Yellowstone National Park crashed a camera-equipped drone into its largest hot spring.
Russia will ban fruit, vegetable, meat, fish, milk and dairy imports from the United States, the European Union, Australia, Canada and Norway.
Pipeline companies are viewed by Wall Street as engines of growth, especially as the oil boom in the U.S. continues.
Any brief respite at the start of the trading week looked increasingly like a "dead cat bounce" on Wednesday, with global investors continuing to shun equities.
The wave of innovation will eliminate even more blue-collar jobs and it could also threaten significant numbers of white-collar workers.
U.S. stock index futures traded down on Wednesday, as European shares fell sharply on rising concerns about Russia and Ukraine.
Investors seeking steady gains on innovation should look past tech buzz. When R&D productivity is measured, 'boring' stocks often lead.