Bank results are on a roll, and it's picking up speed. Yet these stocks are starting to look pricey.
For the first time in recent memory, Main Street borrowing and spending has been a bigger driver of earnings than Wall Street's trading.
Warren Buffett's annual gift to the Gates Foundation is worth a record $2.1 billion this year, up from $2.0 billion last year.
Viking Global Investors, the $28.8 billion firm led by Andreas Halvorsen, is preparing the launch of a new fund to focus on illiquid investments.
John Paulson correctly anticipated merger activity in the energy sector, making him one of the big winners of Whiting's purchase of Kodiak.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen highlights that some sectors, like social media and biotech, are seeing stretched valuations.
Markets were treated to a plateful of U.S. economic data on Tuesday. As usual, the offerings were mixed as some were benign and others sour.
If recent speeches from prominent Federal Reserve officials are any indication, the U.S. central bank is feeling pretty emboldened.
The DOW closed above 17,000 on a strong U.S. jobs report. Strong upward momentum has seen all-time highs but charts suggest momentum may slow.
Wall Street lobbyist SIFMA suggests changes to market structure that could make trading less complex and fragmented.
Expedia has released its annual "Flip Flop Report," surveying beach habits the world over, and Germans are most likely to go in the buff.
Malware on computers in hotel business centers can record every keystroke a guest makes.
A young man's "selfie" photograph with Warren Buffett and Paul McCartney sitting on a bench is getting a lot of attention on the Internet today.
Private equity firm KKR continues to expand its offerings, this time buying a stake in hedge fund firm BlackGold.
Mom-and-pop nudist resorts are folding while larger more luxurious options are thriving, The Economist reports.
Big mergers are afoot. But is a major shale oil deal a sign of a strong market?
Exchange-traded funds have exploded over the past several years and investors literally can't get enough.
For all the attention Lyft has drummed up from investors, government regulators in New York are far from impressed.
Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn is still alive after three days (and nearly 30 hours of play) in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Stocks reaching record highs haven't caused hedge funds to decrease their market exposure. In fact, many are adding to their bullish bets.