After Nike's blowout earnings report cited strong growth in China, many market watchers were left scratching their heads.
Biotechnology stocks deepened their rout Friday, as fears of drugs prices continued to mount.
Information like addresses and Social Security numbers of about 9,000 Army families could be compromised, according to a report.
Fed leader's remarks that seemed to spark a fairly aggressive stock market rally Friday seemed to differ little from her previous speeches.
Top technical analyst Colin Gillis believes this stock will be the first to hit $1 trillion. Hint: It's not Apple.
House Speaker John Boehner, under fire from conservatives over a government shutdown, said Friday he will resign from Congress at the end of October.
The primary areas of contention in the relationship are geopolitical concerns and cybersecurity issues.
Health care is often at the top of the list of industries seen benefiting from Americans living longer, but there are other options.
Now's the time to rebalance portfolios, boost retirement contributions and make donations so you can cut your tax bill in April.
On this day in history, WaMu is seized and sold to JP Morgan. The following day Washington Mutual filed Chapter 11. We look at the biggest bankruptcies in U.S. history.
A report released Friday by job-search site CareerCast ranks the most overrated and underrated jobs of 2015.
QVC hopes to pass along to Zulily its knowledge in how to attract—and more importantly, retain—repeat buyers.
Markets are confused because the Federal Reserve has not delivered a clear message on interest rate policy, Jonathan Golub said.
Whether its Jeb or Hillary in the White House, here's why tax reform will be the big winner in 2016, says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
"The Department of Justice is working closely with the EPA in the investigation into these allegations."
The site, www.carlicahn.com, will be used "from time to time to communicate with the public about our company and other issues."
Fed Chair Janet Yellen had a brief health scare after a speech in which she left the door open for a rate hike this year.
Swiss prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into Joseph Blatter, the head of world soccer body FIFA.
Quantitative models that are constructed to forecast recessions are sending warning signals, suggesting low returns for risky assets ahead.
Experts expect cyberattacks to continue in 2016, as the biggest targets haven't done much to step up security. Here are areas most at risk.