Millionaires are souring on the stock market, reporting their lowest level of confidence in stocks in over a year.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says the Greek drama could present more trouble for stocks going forward.
Stocks remain stuck in a tight range. Which way will they break? Curtis Holden of Tanglewood Wealth Management and Ari Wald of Oppenheimer discuss with Brian Sullivan.
One Uber service has promises cheaper fares and less impact on the environment, but for some passengers there's a third benefit.
Legendary technical analyst Louise Yamada explains why the technicals are pointing to steeper selling in the market.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the Puerto Rico situation is more important than Greece or China.
If public sentiment in Little Athens is any sign of public sentiment back in Greece, people are torn on what the country should do next.
New Hampshire has by far the largest state legislature; that means even minor candidates can get an impressive number of local endorsements.
The countries agreed to measures aimed to open trade, increase infrastructure collaboration and increase the use of renewable energy.
With the legalization of same-sex marriage, couples' celebrations are getting bigger—by some estimates, exceeding that of straight couples.
Apple's foray into music streaming could be the precursor to TV streaming to come out later this year, said an analyst on Tuesday.
Apple's iTunes became the dominant music download store, and with the launch Tuesday of its new music service, it could do the same for music streaming.
The interim nuclear accord originally scheduled to close by the end of this month has been extended until July 7, per a Tuesday announcement.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie formally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination on Tuesday.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee explains why Monday's weakness in stocks will be short lived and the market will rally into year end.
How China's new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank can rival the West's World Bank, says Curtis Chin.
U.S. consumers were more optimistic about the economy in June, according to a report released Tuesday.
Home prices continued to rise in April, but at a slower pace than the previous month, according to the latest S&P/Case Shiller Index report.
The Greek debt is roiling securities minute to minute, but in the big picture, markets are resilient enough to absorb a shock, experts told CNBC.
All eyes are on Greece's impending default, but Societe Generale's Larry McDonald says it's another crisis that threatens the financial market.