Facebook isn't cool, says teen William Davenport, but he and his friends still use it anyway. So don't worry about the cool factor!
As market valuations hit the highest level since 2007, is it time for investors to get concerned?
Actavis is nearing a deal to acquire Allergan in a cash and stock deal worth more than $210 per Allergan share, sources tell CNBC.
Bill Gross cast a long enough shadow at Pimco, something only exacerbated by his move over to Janus Capital.
Riddle: How do you get people to talk about a product that you don't want to give visibility to? Answer: By banning it.
Increasing amounts of crude oil are hitting the global market, left, right, and center. That may take oil as low as $50 in the coming months.
Philadelphia is developing a new reputation as a nexus of oil and gas transportation, which bodes well for its economy.
Dutch authorities banned poultry transport after finding a strain of bird flu that can jump the species barrier to humans.
Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria claimed in a video posted online on Sunday that they had beheaded American hostage Peter Kassig.
Four workers died and a fifth was hospitalized Saturday after a chemical leak at a DuPont facility near Houston, the company said.
Although consumers will often be able to find new health plans with prices comparable to those they now pay, the situation varies from state to state.
Ford is betting that a refresh of the F-150 will set the company up for a profitable run.
Digging into some big data, on everything from Google searches to news stories, might be able to say if the market is headed for a correction.
If you're preparing to shop on Black Friday, hoping to get the best deals, you may be let down for several reasons, one retail analyst says.
This week, Atlanta became the site of a marker for William T. Sherman that reflects more forgiving scholarship about the general's behavior.
Russia's Vladimir Putin plans to leave the G-20 early, a member of his delegation said, after Western leaders blasted Moscow for the Ukraine crisis.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks next week could depend on this one event, and warns to steer clear of the short game.
Stocks could keep up their slow march higher in the coming week as energy and the consumer remain top themes for the economy and markets.
Some of America's biggest and most influential hedge funds are investing heavily in Chinese tech giant Alibaba.
Jim Cramer gives his gameplan of the hot stocks to watch for next week. He thinks one stock could trigger some Alibaba action