Could American Pharoah's victory spell losses for the market? CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
Parents overwhelmingly recognize the importance of a college education, but fewer are willing to pay for it, a new survey finds.
Employer health-care costs will rise 6.5 percent, the slowest rate in 10 years, according to a forecast from PwC on medical cost trends.
A female patient with an extremely hard-to-treat form of tuberculosis is being treated at the National Institutes of Health outside Washington D.C.
The stratospheric rise in Chinese A-shares has many investors on edge, including the world's biggest asset manager, BlackRock.
Google vet Neal Mohan is expected to leave the search giant to join Dropbox as its head of product.
Pent-up demand in the U.S. is leading to a major boom in the new car market, reports The Detroit Bureau.
Picking a good trade using technical analysis often involves more than looking at just price alone, according to technical analyst Todd Gordon.
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Apple kicked off its annual WWWDC on Monday, where it unveiled "Apple Music," the much-anticipated music streaming service.
LeBron, who endorses Samsung products, gave away Apple Watches to his Cavaliers teammates ahead of their first NBA Finals game.
Apple is getting in on the music streaming game. Having revolutionized music with the iPod and iTunes, Apple is now trying to catch up.
Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street firms warned clients to not expect much more out of the overall stock market for the rest of the year.
Apple's announcements are setting up the company to soar in 2016, analyst Dan Ives said Monday.
Sam's Club is planning to sell many more drones this holiday season, reports The Wall Street Journal.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple’s big streaming music announcement from today’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
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Chinese consumers are now the world’s preeminent luxury shoppers. Brands need to speak their language.
The boss of Dalian Zeus Entertainment Group used his stock quote as inspiration for a bid to dine with Warren Buffett.