The U.S. economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter as a surge in exports and a rebound in investment offset a slowdown in spending. » Read More
Alphabet's earnings impressed Thursday, showing growth in nearly every area – a good reason to stay invested long-term, one analyst said.
Donald Trump barely made any progress in early October toward his goal of giving $100 million to his campaign.
BMW is recalling about 136,000 vehicles registered in the U.S. for a fuel pump problem that could cause stalling.
Low rates and better growth prospects are spurring U.S. corporate deals, making the value of such announcements this October the second-largest ever.
While their hardware may be very different, the way they're selling these new devices is eerily similar, the Verge reports.
Under longstanding antitrust policy, the AT&T-Time Warner deal should be practically a shoo-in, the Times reports.
Amazon has launched a tailored version of its Prime service in China to tap consumer demand for overseas goods.
It's that age old question: Who do you tip and how much? Here are the Do's and Don'ts of leaving a tip.
It's not the Fed or any central bank. Or the dollar, the price of oil or a US president. The biggest market threat is the rise of populism.
Chevron on Friday reported quarterly earnings of $1.3 billion, or 68 cents a share, on revenues of $30.14 billion.
Hillary Clinton entered the final U.S. presidential election push with a huge cash advantage over rival Donald Trump.
Regulators finalized rules that force internet providers to obtain consent from subscribers before selling data about online behavior to marketers.
Growth likely accelerated in the third quarter, potentially keeping the Fed on track to raise interest rates in December.
Growing uncertainty is taming one of the stock market's biggest bulls.
The embodiment of U.S. corporate greed on failed friendships and why his fraud trial is "all for political show," the Financial Times reports.
Xerox's quarterly revenue fell nearly 3 percent, the seventh straight quarter of decline, as sales of its printers and copiers continued to fall.
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Actor and filmmaker Ron Howard says he believes there is an inevitability to releasing a movie simultaneously in theaters and in homes.
The UMD grad hopes his success story inspires others.
Uber's Jeff Holden presented today, a future where Uber riders can hail a Jetsons-like aircraft from their phones, Recode reports.
Today's bell ringers are golf equipment manufacturer Acushnet with Wally Uihlein, president & CEO, celebrating its IPO, at the NYSE, and cloud-based software provider Blackline Inc. with Therese Tucker, founder & CEO, celebrating its IPO, at the Nasdaq.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss Alphabet earnings including their plays in artificial intelligence and the Pixel smartphone.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss Amazon's earnings as the stock falls after the release.