U.S. consumer sentiment edged down in July, while an index of consumer expectations weakened for a third straight month, a survey released on Friday showed.» Read More
Asian stocks ended mostly higher on Monday but trading volumes were thin with Japanese and South Korean markets shut for holidays.
Warren Buffett told shareholders he didn't want to "go to war" with Coca-Cola and explained why he thinks revealing executive pay hurts shareholders.
More than 40,000 Berkshire Hathaway shareholders have descended on Omaha for Warren Buffett's annual 'Woodstock for Capitalists.'
U.S. stocks declined Friday as unrest in Ukraine offset the US jobs report.
Obama warned that the U.S. will "move quickly" to impose further sanctions against Russia if it disrupts the Ukrainian election.
Manufacturing is pushing higher after a lull in the winter, but a surge in inventories in 2013 is preventing a faster pace of factory activity.
Euro zone unemployment remained at 11.8 percent in March, unchanged since December, Eurostat said on Friday.
Skechers waded into the crowd of potential investors mulling taking a bid for the LA Clippers.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open on Wall Street, ahead of the government’s all-important non-farm payrolls jobs report.
Job creation accelerated in April as the U.S. economy added 288,000 new positions, while the unemployment rate plummeted to 6.3 percent amid a sharp drop in the workforce.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Activist investor David Winters tells CNBC Coke's executive comp plan raises corporate governance questions.
Warren Buffett also addressed concerns about Coca-Cola's controversial executive pay plan: "They've listened to shareholders before and I think they'll listen again."
AstraZeneca's board rejected a $106.5 billion bid from predator Pfizer just hours after it was received, arguing that it is too low.
Part-nationalized Royal Bank of Scotland trebled its profit in the first quarter, boosted by effective cost-control and waning impairment charges.
Manufacturing growth accelerated for a 3rd month in April, boosted by a pickup in employment. Separately, construction spending rose.
A U.S. jury has ordered Samsung to pay $119.6 million to Apple, far less than Apple had sought in the latest round of their mobile patent litigation.
Asian shares were mixed on the final day of the week with traders hesitant to make big bets ahead of Friday's U.S. jobs report.
EBay has settled a lawsuit with the U.S. Justice Department by agreeing to stop making deals with other technology companies to not poach employees.
The $4.5 million penalty is seen as minor, but it still sends a message about rules over high-speed trading and other violations.