U.S. stocks closed lower as investors weighed earnings and looked ahead to the beginning of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting on Tuesday.
Advisors are fielding more client calls than ever as markets soar, the Fed ponders a rate rise and health costs continue to escalate.
The workforce is graying, and a new study says that's a good thing. Think experience, loyalty, and more.
Corinthian Colleges said Sunday it's closing its remaining 28 for-profit schools effective immediately, kicking about 16,000 students out of school.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a slightly higher open on Monday as markets eyed Apple earnings and hints on monetary policy from the Fed.
No matter how great your driving record, expect to pay a lot more car insurance in Michigan.
Deutsche Bank announced a major overhaul in an effort to deliver savings Monday, which would cost a one-off $4 billion to achieve.
If oceans were considered a country, their worth would outshine the likes of Russia and Brazil's economies, according to a new report.
Royal Bank of Scotland has sold a further portfolio of North American loans to Mizuho, as it continues to sell off unwanted international assets.
Cadbury has invented a new chocolate bar called "Cadbury Dairy Milk Spectacular 7," a limited-edition bar that contains seven kinds of chocolate.
China stocks soared to multi-year highs on Monday while caution over central bank meetings weighed on the rest of Asian indices.
China shares have surged this year, but with active fund managers still underexposed to the market, the rally isn't over, Goldman Sachs said.
With evidence coming in from several studies, scientists are more certain that oil and gas drilling is causing earthquakes across the U.S.
The economic costs of Nepal's devastating earthquake could exceed $5 billion, equivalent to 20 percent of the impoverished nation's GDP.
Malaysian police have arrested 12 people linked to the militant group Islamic State and seized explosives, foiling a plan to attack the capital city.
Jay Z is blasting what he calls a shadowy "smear campaign" to bury his music service before it even begins to take off.
With nuclear power in the doldrums after the Fukushima disaster, it's solar energy that is becoming the alternative in Japan.
Companies have been beating first-quarter earnings expectations nicely, but there's a big problem up on America's top lines.
As Nepal grapples with the aftermath of a devastating quake, technology giants are helping some breathe a sigh of relief amid the chaos.
U.S. elections have long featured a familiar whipping post. Yet thanks to the energy boom, it's one that may not play a role in 2016.