You could be travelling at just under the speed of sound in 3 years via the hyperloop, according to one company developing the technology.
New data suggest there has been little, if any, improvement in consumers' password choices in the last year.
Asia markets lost early gains and slid into negative territory, following another Wall Street selloff on concerns over global growth, China and oil.
In preparation for the Hulk Hogan trial, Gawker Media sells a minority stake.
Fund managers' average cash balances climbed to 5.4%, the third-highest level since 2009, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's latest survey showed.
Renault has denied it used cheating software in its cars after recalling 15,000 vehicles over emissions.
Our live blog kept an eye on markets moves as the World Economic Forum ramped up in Davos.
British finance minister George Osborne said he will nominate Christine Lagarde for a second term as managing director of the IMF.
The move reflects Apple's broader search for new growth markets amid predictions that iPhone sales could fall in 2016, the Financial Times reports.
Xi Jinping's Middle Eastern tour, the first by a mainland leader in seven years, may reveal a shift from Beijing's trade-oriented foreign policy.
China's central bank will inject a net 315 billion yuan into the market this week, up from 40 billion yuan last week.
Possible, though in bear markets, you always get rallies.
U.S. oil futures recorded their worst settlement since May 2003, as a global supply glut bumped up against bearish financial news.
Should you listen to the message that stocks appear to be sending about the state of the economy, or not?
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday, including Viacom, FireEye and Chesapeake Energy.
Is oil, or Fed fears responsible for big banks' stocks poor performance to start 2016?
After another wild session for stocks Wednesday, "Fast Money" traders picked plays that they felt would limit damage ahead.
Jim Cramer thinks the selling on Wednesday wasn't induced by fear, and that's what makes this market so treacherous.
Investors thinking of selling amid the current market turmoil should resist that urge, Vanguard Group founder Jack Bogle says.
Mark Cuban contrasted stocks to the embattled daily fantasy sports industry as more officials call it illegal gambling.