Chinese investors continue to look to the government to help stabilize the markets, but just how long can officials maintain their support?
A new survey shows that Generation Y leases more vehicles than the national average. Here's what they need to know.
Despite reporting robust second-quarter earnings last week, the value of Apple shares quickly plunged and have struggled to regain momentum.
Brussels is targeting Disneyland Paris for allegedly overcharging some customers on the basis of where they live, the FT reports.
Twitter Interim CEO Jack Dorsey reiterated something that most who follow Twitter already know: The product is too hard to use.
An unclassified email network used by Army General Martin Dempsey and others from US military's Joint Staff has been taken off line after suspicious activity.
Oil giant Total reported that net profit fell 2 percent in the second quarter, as the company sped up its cost-cutting drive.
Presidential hopeful Chris Christie tells CNBC's John Harwood that Donald Trump would not be an effective president.
A look at what alternatives exist for keeping your home safe without adding a new category to your monthly budget.
With Twitter and Yelp shares plummeting and Facebook set to report earnings, "Fast Money" traders looked at Internet stocks.
Investors throughout China are waiting for the government to step in and buy stocks, but many are losing hope.
"Few assets offer the combination of relatively modest risk and high returns as U.S. real estate," a Zillow researcher says.
Gilead blew past top and bottom line expectations on the strength of strong sales for its hepatitis C treatments.
Jim Cramer loved the rally on Tuesday. Could the oil, China and Fed stars align for the averages again?
U.S. housing looks so weak that the Federal Reserve will not be comfortable starting its interest rate tightening cycle, Mark Hanson said.
While big-name oil stocks rose in tandem with the commodity Tuesday, they're still slated to struggle, one industry analyst said.
Delta Air Lines will soon begin offering a new upgrade option to select fliers that will land them a seat on a private jet.
In the fast-food fight for customer spending, the restaurant giant is struggling.
On Tuesday, Procter & Gamble confirmed earlier reports that it will appoint David Taylor as its next CEO to succeed A.G. Lafley.
Geri Pell, CEO of Pell Wealth Partners, explains portfolio hedging, a means of reducing risk exposure in investment portfolios.