By: Fred Imbert
U.S. stock futures opened sharply higher after Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen emerged victorious, with Dow futures soaring nearly 200 points. » Read More
The clash points to recognition that personal digital records are among the most valuable currencies in the digital economy, The New York Times reports.
The U.K. will not waiver under the threat of terrorism, Prime Minister Theresa May has said in an announcement to the House of Commons Thursday.
"There is often a support mechanism, Jack Tomarchio tells CNBC as British authorities continue to investigate Wednesday's terror attack.
The Twitter accounts posted a series of profanity-laden posts and one in which hackers said they supported President Donald Trump.
UBS says Whole Foods is facing increasing competition from other organic food retailers and Trader Joe's.
"What I have created financially in my life is very simple," says Grant Cardone.
Apple shipped around 60 million iPhone 6s units in 2016, IHS Markit data showed.
Pressure on undecided members has been intense, with President Trump, Paul Ryan, and other GOP leaders, USA Today reports.
Here's how to use Siri to book dinner reservations at your favorite restaurant.
How do you pay for prekindergarten when those costs are nearly as high as college tuition? Grandma and Grandpa can help.
Goldman Sachs says FireEye has a $200 million sales opportunity this year as 6,000 security devices come up for renewal.
The number of Americans filing for benefits unexpectedly rose last week, but remained below a level associated with a strengthening labor market.
One technician believes the Trump trade is still intact, and he's got one chart that shows why.
North Korea has a criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump he probably wasn't expecting: He's too much like Barack Obama.
U.S. President Donald Trump issued a holiday greeting on Wednesday to Iranians celebrating the New Year holiday known as Nowruz.
Prime Minister Modi's decision to install a Hindu nationalist as leader of India's most populous state may sow seeds of religious tension.
Jim Cramer sees a Trump-obsessed market, but he'd rather put his money in individual companies.
The overlooked expansion of Swift Playgrounds could speak just as much to Apple's ruthless forward-looking attitude.
Billionaire Richard Branson said that Brexit is "one of the saddest things" to happen to Britain and to Europe.
Tightening monetary policy against fiscal gridlock does not paint a pretty picture.