Negotiators could still reach a deal to lift sanctions on Iranian oil exports and send prices further south, analysts say.
GoDaddy will price its initial public offering at $20 per share, above its previously indicated range, the web-hosting company said late on Tuesday.
Most bicycle makers are trying to make their bikes lighter and stronger. But this bike is heavier—and much more expensive. Try $500,000.
The Japanese are hoarding over $300 billion under their mattresses that will likely stay there, barring a crisis of epic proportions.
A new report from Goldman Sachs suggests there are only two decades of "mineable" gold left.
Andrew Getty, 47, grandson of the oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, was found at his Hollywood Hills home. No cause of death was given. NBC News reports.
The chief executive officer of Wal-Mart Stores on Tuesday asked the governor of Arkansas to veto a religious freedom measure, saying the bill approved by lawmakers earlier in the day undermines "the spirit of inclusion" in the state.
Japanese leaders indicated the nation would not become a founding member of the AIIB but remain loyal to the U.S., which has urged allies not to join, NYT reports.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find out S&P 500 could be headed. A bumpy road in the cards?
It is not exactly clear where the Brooklyn, New York-based company's total valuation will stand after the sale.
A new survey estimates an average 65-year-old couple will pay $260,000 or more in retirement for basic health care.
A new definition by the Brewers Association of what constitutes craft beer changes the lineup of the largest U.S. brewers by sales volume.
The White House and the Defense Department are proposing changes to military retirement benefits.
Warren Buffett spoke with CNBC from an automotive Forum on Tuesday.
Here's why the "debt strike" sentiment is catching on.
Banks, looked to as a bright spot for the upcoming earnings season, might not live up to expectations, according to an analysis.
Jim Cramer reveals the top places to invest new money on the stock market.
Prices in the nation's top 20 housing markets were 4.6 percent higher in January than in January 2014. Is housing overheating again?
The precipitous fall in earnings expectations for the first quarter has been "stunning," S&P Capital IQ's Mike Thompson tells CNBC.
U.S. stocks closed lower, giving back most of Monday's major gains, as investors eyed mixed economic data and the end of the first quarter.