Asian stocks widened their pace of losses on Tuesday following a mixed batch of earnings and ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting.
The Obama administration says it's granting a six-week extension until March 31 for Americans to sign up for coverage next year.
After a partial government shutdown and a near-miss on a potential debt default, why doesn't the U.S. get treated like an emerging market?
Cramer’s proprietary research suggests 3 stocks could be among the big winners in the year ahead.
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"I'm interested. I'm not doing it yet," Dennis Gartman says of his gold/euro play.
It appears the Street doesn't know what to do with Apple in the wake of its earnings. Fortunately Cramer does.
Apple posted better than expected earnings and revenue for its fourth-quarter on Monday, but guidance for gross margins disappointed.
There's a mystery surrounding a large structure being built on a barge in San Francisco Bay, with ties to Google.
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Seniors are better off than boomers because being born before WWII they avoided many of the economic ills that plague today’s generations.
Detroit's emergency manager painted a picture of a city in dire financial straits in testimony on Monday.
It appears an element of President Obama's Twitter account was briefly compromised on Monday.
Hedge-fund manager Doug Kass said he is now "manifestly bullish" on Twitter, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
Ron Paul told CNBC that Sen. Rand Paul is threatening Janet Yellen's nomination as Fed chair so that he can pass the Fed transparency bill.
NASCAR driver Danica Patrick appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss her new deal to be "brand ambassador" for REVO sunglasses.
East Coast cities are upgrading their ports to attract larger ships going through an expanded Panama Canal. But there's some doubt it will pay off.
J.C. Penney reconfirms sales trends are improving and reaffirms its forecast for a rise in third-quarter same-store sales.
The tech giant, which released its iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C in late September, is expected to to announce iPhone sales above 34 million, analysts say.
Professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC that such a gain may not be on par with this year's roaring return but is still historically robust.