With the S&P 500 potentially poised to suffer its sixth straight quarterly earnings decline, the stakes for corporate America may be rising.
Tech investor Paul Meeks bought shares of Salesforce for his "Platinum Portfolio" on Wednesday, following a drop in the stock.
Samsung said Wednesday it is buying Viv, a San Jose-based startup created by Siri co-founder Dag Kittlaus, Recode reports.
9 years ago, Steve Jobs told CNBC how the iPhone would change the world.
Two groups of Congressional representatives are at odds over how the SpaceX explosion inquiry should be handled.
The "Fast Money" traders debated whether it's too late to get into Consol Energy, a stock that has surged 152 percent so far this year.
KLA-Tencor and Lam Research announced on Wednesday that they are terminating their proposed merger.
Yahoo was forbidden from disclosing the order and the collection is no longer taking place, The New York Times reports.
If the IMF is not able address politics, it would hinder its ability to create economic stabilization, Ian Bremmer says.
The Sam Adams founder asks himself the same thing every day when he wakes up.
Some may fear an end of globalization, but others see renewed opportunities for investors in emerging markets.
The world's oldest people may have attained the oldest age biologically possible for the human species.
Yum Brands reported third-quarter earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Wednesday, sending the stock down as much as 5.1 percent.
Energy stocks and financials led the market rally Wednesday and are probably going to go even higher, Citigroup's Tobias Levkovich says.
U.S. companies are parking trillions overseas, with little progress from policymakers trying to bring all that money home.
A Fitbit study that says users cost employers less in health care may be flawed, The Verge reports.
A new study suggests bigger isn't always better when it comes to global hotel chains and the generosity of their loyalty programs.
The entrepreneur's new furniture line is sourced from the U.S. and mostly made in America to help bring skilled jobs back.
Employees may be the biggest cybersecurity threat organizations face, cybersecurity experts agreed.