Oil prices are likely to fall toward $40 a barrel as China's crude imports hit an inevitable ceiling, according to Matt Smith.
A major real estate investor and a leading real estate attorney help sort out the housing market's mixed signals this spring.
Marketers should stop treating millennials like narcissistic babies, and start understanding where they're really coming from, says Keenan Beasley.
Qualcomm, one of Apple's major chip suppliers, fell almost 2 percent Friday after reports that Intel inked a chip order with Apple.
The Department of Financial Services seeks information pertaining to the bank's Malaysian 1MDB dealings.
Food stocks have offered investors some of the highest dividends, but are they worth digging into?
Legendary Entertainment's digital group launches video-on-demand platform that lets viewers influence the show in real-time.
Despite Friday’s sell-off, Jim Cramer says he is “more constructive than most” on the market.
Residents across Southern California were woken early Friday by a 5.1-magnitude earthquake that rocked the region. NBC reports.
Whether you like Hillary Clinton or hate her, it's time to admit that she won the nomination because she's really good at politics, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
Conservative billionaire Charles Koch is campaigning for Americans of all political stripes to "end the divide," USA Today reports.
Buyout firms, long known in technology for taking staid businesses and milking them for cash, are trying their hand at cloud software.
Two former Unilever execs have created a line of allergen-free hair products with no toxins, called Fresh Monster for kids.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump must fight for a razor-thin slice of "hardcore independent" voters, says Larry Sabato.
Gold has rallied since last week's jobs report, but is the yellow metal being overbought?
When kids move, they learn better. That's why schools are experimenting with bringing exercise directly into the classroom. Check it out.
One key report on Friday afternoon could be interesting for markets.
Mylan shares shed more than 5 percent after Wells Fargo Securities analysts said they were worried about the firm's pricing practices.
Consumer attitudes are stable so far this month, as they weigh better wages against more uncertain feelings about the U.S. economy.
Fear is on the rise and so is the price of gold.