The rally in the U.S. dollar on the notion that U.S. interest rates could rise sooner rather than later may just be getting started, analysts say.
Goldman Sachs has become the latest bank to downgrade its growth forecast for China, noting the economy faces a "bumpy road ahead."
The drumbeat of bad news about China's debt defaults is likely to continue, but comparisons with Lehman Brothers or Bear Stearns may be overdone.
Jordan Belfort, the real "Wolf of Wall Street" is back selling something. This time, however, it's all legal.
Comments from Janet Yellen are likely to keep traders jittery as the Fed chair raised the possibility of an earlier-than-expected increase in interest rates.
Oprah Winfrey unveiled her new chai tea drink. The beverage will be sold at Starbucks and Teavana, which was recently bought by the coffee company.
Frank Scozzafava of Mix Bikini reveals the secrets of the psychological debriefing given to everyone after they exit the Shark Tank.
Freaked out by comments from the Fed? Cramer isn't.
Tesla’s Gigafactory will turn an innovative carmaker into another kind of company: a metals market supply-chain manager of lithium and cobalt.
Why did equities sell off despite what appeared to be dovish outcome of the Fed meeting? Mohamed El-Erian offers three possibilities.
All 2014 model year 911 GT3 sports cars are affected. Owners have been told to stop driving them because they could catch fire.
LivingSocial is putting its turbulent past in the rearview mirror and is now focused on growing its revenue.
Russia's incursion into the hotly contested Crimean region have consequences, President Barack Obama said Monday.
Ahead of Sunday's referendum in Crimea, Sweden's foreign minister said the current borders of Europe must remain unaltered.
A stock broker and the managing clerk of a prominent law firm face charges of participating in an insider trading scheme that netted them $5.6 million, authorities say.
The Federal Reserve issued a statement Wednesday following its latest policy meeting.
Chris Zaharias, founder of start-up SearchQuant, is calling for a collective "Rosa Parks moment" by tech workers. Re/code reports.
The ability to change interest rates is too much power for any one person, former Republican congressman Ron Paul told CNBC.
While markets were watching the decision closely, many were also awaiting Janet Yellen's first news conference as Fed chair.
Stocks finished firmly in the red Wednesday after Fed Chair Janet Yellen suggested interest rate hikes would happen about six months after quantitative easing ends.