Major averages have been on a roller-coaster ride in recent weeks. So how are you positioned ahead of the holiday weekend?
Not all hedge funds are getting crushed in the recent downturn, some are even prospering, the New York Times reports.
Polaroid will release a modernized version of its classic instant print camera in the fourth quarter of 2015 that doesn't use ink.
Halting tobacco sales at all of its drugstores caused people to buy 1% fewer packs of cigarettes in 13 states, USAT reports.
With the Dow down 11 percent from an all-time high, many of its members are starting to look mighty cheap.
Tesla said it would begin delivering its first luxury electric crossovers, the Model X series, on Sept. 29 to customers who have already reserved it.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why the roller coaster ride in crude oil could continue over the next several weeks.
Netflix shares were down 3 percent midday Wednesday on news Citron Research tweeted it was time to short Netflix.
The treasury secretary, in an exclusive CNBC interview, also said the stock market turmoil isn't a major concern at this point.
Tobacco firms are getting the equivalent of a tax break after the end of a federal assessment, USA Today reports.
The ECB downgraded its inflation forecast and President Mario Draghi left room to extend and expand its bond buying program as the heightened market volatility seen over the summer have upped the risks to the euro zone's growth outlook.
Removing access to websites isn't a new Russian tactic but removing facts from archives is, Financial Times reports.
Investors appear to be parking their money in cash, says one bond expert.
Did you miss the all-important news conference with ECB President Mario Draghi? Never fear — CNBC caught all the highlights.
New applications for unemployment benefits rose more than expected, but the underlying trend remained consistent with a strengthening market.
China is "not going in for a crash," former Morgan Stanley Asia chairman Stephen Roach says.
Before you clock out early for the Labor Day long weekend, check out a few of these holiday trades.
The spread between the cost of crude and the average cost of gasoline means more money for refiners and distributors.
The Commerce Department said on Thursday the trade gap narrowed 7.4 percent to $41.9 billion.
CircleUp, an online marketplace, has just introduced a secondary market that enables shareholders to sell their stakes twice a year.