Financial conditions have tightened since the Fed raised interest rates in December, New York Fed President Bill Dudley said Wednesday.
Research shows companies reporting late in the season see their stock fall further and faster than those reporting early.
Wall Street money is flowing to presidential candidates Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton, and away from former favorite Jeb Bush.
Buffalo Wild Wings shares fell more than 7 percent after health officials said they were investigating an illness that affected at least 10 diners.
A better understanding of our mental wiring gives us a clear decision-making framework to help us know if and when to get out of the market.
CNBC's Jim Cramer is not convinced that Yahoo's reverse spinoff plan will work.
Google has wired 100 homes in a Kansas City public housing project with high-speed Internet.
Though it seems there is nothing to lose by evacuating a school and being safe, there are large costs associated with these closures.
The last time Google was more valuable than Apple was in February 2010, when both companies were worth less than $200 billion.
WalletHub reveals the states that rely most heavily on the gun industry for jobs and political contributions.
Value investor Bill Miller says he lost 20 percent in a month, but he thinks it's a good time to buy.
The flight to safety may be sending a rather ominous signal for the global economy.
The odds of a U.S. recession this year have risen to 40 percent, according to Deutsche Bank's chief U.S. economist, Joseph LaVorgna.
U.S. Republican Rand Paul suspended his 2016 presidential bid on Wednesday after his small-government campaign failed to gain traction with voters.
Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein also tells CNBC he's feeling "pretty good" after getting treatment for lymphoma.
Carl Icahn may not like the restructuring plans announced by AIG last week, but other shareholders do, CEO Peter Hancock says.
Stressed-out markets will get a look Wednesday at the health of the U.S. services sector.
GM rode sales of SUVs and pickup trucks to a record profit in 2015, and the automaker reaffirmed its expectation to do better this year.
Making money is the number one goal for any restaurateur, but what are the signs you're on the right track? The hosts of "Restaurant Startup" explain.
Your children may be facing student loans and a lackluster job market, but you can still give them a savings boost.