Moody's economist Mark Zandi says his personal political views had no influence in his reports criticizing Trump's plans and praising Clinton's.
Goldman Sachs has been ordered to pay $36.3 million relating to a case in which an-ex employee allegedly used regulatory information to win clients.
A few months ago, Wall Street was hopping on the Trump train. But now, the street's love affair with the reality TV star seems to be over, says Turney Duff.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses next-generation tech-stock buys with Catherine Wood of Ark Invest and Christopher Retzler of Needham Funds.
So where does he think people should invest? Well, that's also difficult.
Some affluent retirees don't need their required 401(k) and IRA withdrawals. Here's what to do with the cash.
It's not just Olympians who will be going for the gold this month. Bill Gross is bullish on gold, and he's got plenty of company in 2016.
Goldman Sachs downgrades its rating on Western Digital to sell from neutral.
The company, which owns VR company Oculus and long-range aircraft Aquila, is opening up a new space for these projects.
Some big tech names on the list will be familiar, while others may surprise you.
The Dow closed lower on Tuesday, marking its seventh straight session of declines. Where are stocks headed now?
July was a record month for Lyft, which performed 13.9 million rides, according to a letter that Recode obtained.
Vin Weber, a key early lieutenant in the Newt Gingrich revolution, says he may not remain a Republican if Donald Trump is elected.
Donald Trump lives on Twitter and Facebook, but employees at the two companies are almost exclusively backing Hillary Clinton.
Companies added 179,000 positions for the month, topping Wall Street estimates of 170,000.
Sales growth at the high-flying handbag maker fell well short of analysts' estimates.
Technical analyst Paul Ciana explains why oil may take stocks lower and where traders can find opportunity.
Gordon Smith, the bank's CEO of consumer and community banking, says it is determined to hit targets it set two years ago.
The president and Congress are failing to fund Zika virus measures amid the first cases of local transmission in Miami, Florida Gov. Rick Scott says.