Japanese shares outperformed the region by clinching a new multi-year high, as the rest of Asia traded mixed on Thursday.
While gold may be in for a rough ride in 2015, its outlook looks far brighter in the next few years, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Salesforce.com reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that met analyst expectations, but it topped estimates on several key metrics.
Shares of Lumber Liquidators fell more than 17 percent Wednesday morning after the company said the DOJ may pursue criminal charges.
Budget consumer electronics firm iBall raised eyebrows this week on a report that it has stolen Samsung's crown as India's number one tablet vendor.
Arthur Mondella, president and CEO of Dell's Maraschino Cherries, killed himself Tuesday during a drug raid.
Economic costs links to depression rose to $210.5 billion annually in 2010, a 21 percent increase from 2005, spurred partly by the 2008 recession.
Oil futures climbed on Wednesday even as data showed inventories of U.S. crude increased.
A lot of people are questioning why, exactly, the proposed "Nicaragua Grand Canal" would need to exist in the first place.
Despite recent data showing weak home sales for January, a new report shows home buyers may edge back into the market in March.
A weak economy, an oil-price crash and sanctions. Even with this backdrop Russian stocks are proving to be the world's best performers in early 2015.
Greece wants to re-establish trust with Europe, the country's finance minister told CNBC, after Athens obtained an extension of its bailout program.
Wall Street might be wary of gobbling up Shake Shack stock, but the chain is dominating social media.
As the cease-fire between Ukraine and Russia looks shaky at best, Ukraine's prime minister told CNBC that Russia needed to end its "illegal invasion."
China's manufacturing sector expanded for the first time in four months in February, a private survey showed on Wednesday.
Indian police confiscated 60 kilograms of gold in the country's single biggest seizure of smuggled bullion, according to a local media report.
With all of the bull market signs swirling around him, Jim Cramer has declared this is in fact a bull market!
As Texas Roadhouse looks for additional growth beyond its flagship casual dining chain, it has quietly opened a new fast-food restaurant.
Federal agents have secretly seized control of two computer networks that hackers used to steal millions of dollars from unsuspecting victims, the NYT reports.
S&P could downgrade New Jersey again because of budgetary imbalance and underfunded pensions, putting it among the three worst-rated states.