PE has been a winning bet for large public pensions, according to a new study.
Pinterest offers no revenue in return for its $3.8 valuation. But it has a plan for world domination, and that's all that matters.
The U.S. dollar will remain under pressure this week on expectations that the Federal Reserve will signal stimulus remains intact for longer at its two-day policy meeting, according to CNBC's latest market survey of currency traders, analysts and strategists.
Dubai opened a new airport to passengers early Sunday, underscoring its ambitions to become a global superhub.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told Japanese troops on Sunday that Japan would not tolerate the use of force to change the region's status quo, comments likely to rile Beijing which is locked in a long and bitter territorial dispute with Tokyo.
The United States may have bugged Angela Merkel's phone for more than 10 years, according to a report that also said President Barack Obama told the German leader he would have stopped it happening had he known about it.
A housing shortage in Sweden is pushing up prices to levels close to those in central London and threatening to undermine one of Europe's most solid economies.
A top Chinese leader has promised "unprecedented" economic and societal reforms at the Communist Party's plenum meeting next month, state media reported on Saturday.
After building a business over years, many craft brewers wonder whether it's time to plan for the next generation to take over.
If people aren't reading headlines about Twitter and if not that many people are really using it, then will it be able to attract ad dollars?
Pro trader Kenny Polcari tells CNBC's Sue Herera why he thinks stocks will bounce off highs next week.
The Autographer, a wearable camera, takes a sequence of images with just one click of a button.
Decent earnings have been overshadowed by poor showing in Asia, and a weak U.S. durable goods figure.
Rebecca S. Mairone, a midlevel executive at Bank of America's Countrywide mortgage unit, was held liable by a federal jury in Manhattan.
Eike Batista's OGX—the cornerstone of his short-lived mining, energy and shipping empire—is expected to file for bankruptcy as early as this weekend.
A new rule that takes effect Monday should better protect people who make international money transfers.
People with a college degree are more likely to get—and stay—married than their less educated counterparts, according to new research.
The high likelihood that the Federal Reserve will maintain current interest rate policy means stock buybacks likely will remain in vogue.
Music producer Quincy Jones sued Michael Jackson's estate on Friday, seeking millions of dollars in royalties he said were generated from some of the star's biggest hits after the King of Pop's death.
The big data revolution has made geeks sexy, but not like this.