Hedge fund manager Paul Singer is "shocked" by Bitcoin's rise, especially given gold's fall.
With the exception of Wall Street's biggest banks, the financial sector appears to be getting ready to add workers to payrolls.
Investors hoping for the much-ballyhooed market correction to take hold so they can jump in at sharply lower prices may have a long wait.
After a temporary drop in the last six weeks of 2013, short interest is back on the rise.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Singer feels for the poor but thinks increasing minimum wages is a terrible idea.
Happy Tuesday. Back from Davos and ready for a fresh morning six-pack.
Thirty-two years after building its first car in the United States, Honda has reached the point where it is a net exporter of vehicles from the U.S.
U.S. equity markets had a stellar 2013, and while they've gotten off to a lackluster start in New Year not all hope should be lost.
Comcast may buy New York City, North Carolina and New England assets from Charter if Time Warner shareholders approve a Charter takeover.
The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos hail from states where recreational marijuana is now legal for people over 21.
Tight credit and more expensive homes, versus existing houses, are keeping many buyers out of the market.
A Washington-based alternative asset manager has made its second investment from its Carlyle Sub-Saharan Africa Fund.
Starting July 1, Southwest Airlines will start flying its own planes to Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Call them the "Bickering Billionaires," two financial titans who squared off in a breathtaking, unforgettable smackdown Friday on CNBC.
Authorities have been vague about what is going on, but take a look at this comment from Stanley Black & Decker CEO John Lundgren.
JANA Partners, Barry Rosenstein's $8 billion activist hedge fund firm, has a new target: energy industry equipment maker Cameron International Corp.
Here's the real reason that having all the key people in a Swiss ski town doesn't do anything about the crucial issues facing humanity.
Turbulence in emerging markets has become the main course for what has been a rather unappetizing start to 2014.
Stocks dropped overnight on poor China manufacturing data and then again when the U.S. market opened.
The luxury level hotels have been slow to offer free Internet connections, but Loews is giving up the fees in hopes of luring more guests.
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