Oil prices will remain below $100 a barrel until at least 2025, according to a draft report by OPEC, seen by The Wall Street Journal.
Avengers: Age of Ultron continued its global box office domination this weekend.
Fox is lowering the curtain on "American Idol," ending a series that dominated television throughout the 2000s.
An expected dismal earnings season has become a positive, money-making one. Here are 5 ways to play it.
Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around California have gotten into accidents since September.
Recent jobs data show "good momentum" for the rest of the year, San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams told CNBC.
Traders are cheering data that suggest the Fed will put off a rate hike until September, economist Maury Harris says.
Citigroup could plead guilty to an antitrust charge to resolve a U.S. Department of Justice investigation of its dealings in foreign exchange markets.
Concern about increasing income inequality in the U.S. is well-founded, but Democrats have it wrong when it comes to solutions, says Harvard's Greg Mankiw.
Have Internet stocks become dangerously overvalued? That’s what one striking chart may indicate.
The chances of another sharp fall in the price of oil is rapidly receding, according to a notable European commodity analyst.
Comcast said Monday it has named Michael Cavanagh as its new chief financial officer.
Pending June's Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage, married gay and lesbian couples face challenges due to the uneven legal landscape.
Aberdeen Asset Management CEO Martin Gilbert says QE in Europe is driving stocks there, and that's dangerous.
Facebook is testing its own in-app search engine that will allow users to post links in a status update without having to visit Google.
Lower revenues and a dip in credit expectations contributed to the decline in small business confidence, Wells Fargo said.
China's third interest rate cut in six months has spurred concerns the mainland's economic slowdown is hitting where it hurts: the labor market.
Marc Faber, editor & publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, says China's economic growth has decelerated to 4 percent or less.
Just five US companies are hoarding nearly half a trillion dollars as the country’s tax code and a tepid global economy deter firms from spending.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer will be watching two reports like a hawk next week.