In the multibillion-dollar business of sneakers, Vans may be considered the little brand that could.
Six years ago, tech entrepreneur Tristan Walker left Wall Street with a specific goal in mind.
Despite criticisms from the financial commentariat, both theory and evidence argue for a strong and stable dollar, says Larry Kudlow.
Jeff Immelt, the CEO of General Electric, has played down speculation that he might leave the U.S. conglomerate before the end of his tenure.
If advanced robots knock out more low-skilled automatable jobs, will more low-skilled Americans fall further behind?
Egypt is a safe place for investment, according to the country's prime minister.
Kristin Sausville's two opponents ended up with negative scores in "Jeopardy," making her the winner by default.
Let it go (on)! The Walt Disney Co. has announced plans to make a sequel to the animated mega-hit "Frozen."
Japanese stocks tracked a positive lead from Wall Street to hit a fresh multi-year high, breaching the 19,000 level, as major indices in the region largely rose on Friday.
Saturday marks "Pi Day"—the sole day this century where the date matches the mathematical expression of one of math's favorite formulas.
Mohamed El-Erian said that Egypt's economy had been impressively revived after a shock that he likened to having a "heart attack."
The dramatic drop in oil prices is going to be very painful for the oil and gas industry, BP CEO Bob Dudley told CNBC Saturday.
Dollar bulls are flocking to the U.S. dollar index, pushing futures interest to all-time records in the last few days.
A scandal unfolding in Monaco and Singapore could shed light on the global market for multimillion-dollar art and possible manipulations by megadealers.
The Russian economy is ready for the upside; it's time to ease tensions with Russia, says Dan Steinbock.
Villagers in eastern Ukraine saw a missile overhead before a Malaysian airliner was shot down last year, suggesting it was from pro-Russian rebel territory.
While consumers are obvious winners in the on-demand economy, the story for workers is more complex.
Apple's decision to open the beta version of its latest iOS update was necessary to make a better operating system and to create buzz, an analyst says.
The Fed in the coming week may finally signal it's on a course to raise rates, and anticipation of a change in its zero-rate policy has been sending ripples through markets.
As investors fret about the prospects of higher interest rates in the U.S., the cost of borrowing is falling in the rest of the world.