Wall Street's average cash bonuses hit the third highest on record at $164,530, New York state's comptroller said on Wednesday.» Read More
Five former employees of Bernard Madoff responded on Thursday to government assertions that all but one of them and Madoff were involved in a messy menage-a-cinq.
Nasdaq-OMX CEO Robert Greifeld defended the way his exchange handled Thursday's three-hour outage, saying unspecified outside issues were the real problem.
After the Nasdaq exchange shut down trading for an unprecedented three hours today, many voices on Wall Street were wondering: Why can't Nasdaq get its act together?
A managing director at Goldman Sachs has been charged with raping a 20-year-old woman in an East Hamptons home he rents with his wife.
Nasdaq said it halted trading for three hours Thursday after a "connectivity issue between an exchange participant" and a system that disseminates all stock prices for the industry..
Stocks closed higher on Thursday with the major averages holding onto their gains after the Nasdaq reopened from a more than three hour trading halt.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said Thursday that he has spoken to Tim Cook and will be having dinner with the Apple CEO to discuss the "magnitude" of a stock buyback.
The Fed's easy-money policies have boosted U.S. manufacturers but requires less fiscal and regulatory restraint from Washington, a top Fed official said on Thursday.
The Nasdaq trading platform took another punch in the eye Thursday, with one veteran trader saying he's never seen anything like it.
Technicians have been marveling at how long the rally had lasted without having four consecutive down days. That streak ended Monday.
While the government is expected to say the unemployment picture continues its gradual improvement, Gallup puts the unemployment rate at an ugly 8.6 percent in August
Not only is the chairman's absence a break with a 25-year tradition, but it comes at a time when markets crave clarity on the direction of monetary policy.
Struggling retailer J.C. Penney is adopting a "poison pill" just two days after reporting its sixth straight quarter of big losses and steep revenue declines.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman said the company is on track for its five-year turnaround plan and is identifying strategic acquisitions.
US manufacturing activity hit a five-month high in August as hiring picked up and new orders increased at their fastest pace since January, an industry report showed on Thursday.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been acting like she's going to run for president in 2016. "She'd be ... terrific," said her former State Department economic guru.
Earlier yesterday, I was told by an NYSE spokesman had said the exchange didn't keep historical records of trading errors and busted trades. Now the NYSE says that's just not true.
The goal is to link a new college financial ratings plan to federal financial aid awards.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week but held close to a six-year low.
Running out of money to fight wildfires at the peak of the season, the U.S. Forest Service is diverting $600 million from other areas to fill the gap.
Jim Cramer takes cameras with him as he tours an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.
Starbucks said the mobile tipping option will be available on its update app for iPhones starting March 19.
President Obama played straight man to comic Zach Galifianakis, subjecting himself to a biting interview in order to tout Obamacare.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Amazon is hard at work on a streaming TV device that could hit stores as early as this month.
CNBC's Rick Santelli weighs in on Tesla and the unanimous vote of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission to ban auto manufacturers from selling cars directly to consumers.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone discusses his new venture, "Jelly," and how his experience with Twitter has redefined his meaning of success. CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports.