Stocks fell on Thursday, pulling the S&P 500 below 2,000, as concerns about Ukraine overtook upbeat reports on the economy and labor.» Read More
Working through a long list of legal problems, JPMorgan Chase is starting the new year with another steep payout to the government. The NYT reports.
Three weeks after accounts of Target shoppers were hacked, customers of smaller banks are beginning to feel repercussions.
FireEye acquired Mandiant, the computer forensics specialist best known for unveiling a secret Chinese military unit believed to be behind hacking attacks on U.S. companies.
Mandiant, a U.S. cybersecurity company, has been bought for more than $1 billion, highlighting concerns on government online spying. The FT reports.
Despite modest overall sales growth, it's been a banner year for U.S. businesses. These 11 firms were hot in 2013.
What 10 stocks does trader Michael Farr think are going to deliver in 2014? Click ahead to find out.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act isn't meant to "crack down" on U.S. companies. It's meant to help them.
Long-time stock market bull Thomas Lee is looking for another double-digit gain in 2014.
To prevent falling behind in capturing business in China, JPMorgan turned to a tactic used by rivals: hiring the children of China's ruling elite.
As U.S. and European banks drop out of commodity trading, Russian, Chinese and Gulf state firms are filling the gap.
Textron said it will buy aircraft maker Beechcraft for about $1.4 billion in cash, in a deal that sees Textron expand its aviation business.
Investors may be jittery over rising Treasury yields, but stocks will still climb and some sectors will get an extra fillip, a private banker said.
Federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff spoke exclusively with CNBC in some of his first public comments following his controversial essay in January.
U.S. and Europe fined banks record amounts this year, imposing penalties and settlements of more than $43 billion.
More firms are inviting hedge fund managers with activist ideas of returning capital and business spin-offs to join company boards, the FT reports.
Banks like Chase and Citibank could hit Target to help pay for the cost of cleaning up the mess its data breach caused.
Chase said it will raise limits on credit cards affected by the Target breach. Chase customers will now be able to withdraw $250 in cash and spend up to $1,000.
JPMorgan Chase notified customers who used debit cards at Target stores during the recent security breach that it limiting use of the cards.
Gávea Investimentos feels upbeat about beaten-down Brazilian stocks rebounding in 2014.
After his conviction Wednesday on criminal insider trading charges, Michael Steinberg could be hit with millions in unexpected legal fees.