Obama also spoke with Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, thanking him "for energizing millions of Americans."
A “self-service” divorce app is being launched by two women which is claimed will cut thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Suzuki Motor Corp's Chief Executive and Chairman Osamu Suzuki will give up his CEO title while Exec Vice President Osamu Honda will retire.
May's soggy Chinese trade data offered the latest sign that the world's second-largest economy was still a long way off from full health.
The proceeds of a $3 billion bond sale by a troubled Malaysia state fund didn't pass through any Singapore bank, the city-state's central bank said.
The impact of the Brexit vote is being felt in London's property market, with many overseas investors sitting on the sidelines.
The World Bank slashed its 2016 global growth forecast on Wednesday to 2.4 percent from the 2.9 percent estimated in January.
Nomura declared a Trump presidency a major market risk, predicting turbulence if the presumptive Republican nominee moves into the White House.
Heiress Poman Lo has a life lesson for any young person weighing up whether to work in the family business: don't stop dreaming.
Here's why one trader thinks equities are moving higher over the next couple of months.
Our live blog tracked market reaction after the World Bank cut its 2016 global growth forecast on Wednesday to 2.4 percent, adding pressure on stocks.
China said it would give the U.S. a 250B yuan investment quota, as the countries used their bilateral dialogue to deepen financial ties.
The 2130 level is a tough resistance level for the S&P 500 index and this offers traders three types of opportunities.
Metrics can tell us which companies will keep paying their dividends, but not necessarily which ones will fail.
U.S. oil prices rose as expectations of U.S. crude draws underpinned a market already worried about potential supply shortages.
Jim Cramer is seeing signals that the airline stocks could fly much higher soon, which could lift the economy as well.
CNBC's No. 1 disruptor has set its sights on another lucrative niche in the auto market that technology left behind: auto finance.
The "Fast Money" traders debated which laggards they would own that have missed out on the recent rally.
If Fed policy was a fairy tale, the title might be "The Central Bank That Cried Wolf."