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.
Lawyers for Big Corn and Big Sugar are back in federal court Thursday for the latest installment in a long-running legal battle.
There's a slice of private equity that isn't too concerned about valuations: Middle market firms that focus on small and mid-sized companies.
Chinese manufacturing dropped notably in January, with major components all logging declines.
Regulators are looking at Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to see if its failure would threaten financial stability, according to Bloomberg.
Bob Pisani's vote for most influential person in the financial markets over the past 25 years.
Where to find love Feb. 14 if you're willing to spend thousands on a hotel.
A new movie features a woman who gives birth to Satan's spawn. But that's not the only strange baby-related thing going on.
We got an earnings report from IBM, and the picture they paint isn't pretty. The technology bellwether had a rough quarter.
Amazon's desire to move products closer to customers has heated up the development of warehouses. Other retailers may follow suit.
By day, Chris Solarz analyzes hedge funds. By night and weekends, Solarz is a serial world record setter in feats of extreme endurance.
The wrong drugs could be an existential threat to Wall Street.
A small group of alternative investment funds are now using video to sell themselves.
One of the country's most congested air spaces is expected to get worse with the addition of about 1,200 private jets during Super Bowl week.
Another foray into the great debate about hypothetical insider trading in a penny-stock that soared when Google announced it was buying Nest Labs.
IBM earnings after the close are important. They've missed the last couple times, and traders say the company may be primed for a beat.
As fans flock to New York and New Jersey for the Super Bowl, some will actually bunk on ships on the river dividing the states.
U.S. shale oil reserves have changed the structure of the oil market and now there is talk that the export ban may be lifted.
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