Jim Cramer revealed the standouts of earnings season, and what groups to focus on moving forward.
The battle over whether to ratify the TPP trade deal has shown how toxic U.S. politics have become, Singapore's ambassador-at-large said.
DOJ officials objected to sending $400 million in cash to Iran at the same time as the country released American prisoners, the WSJ revealed.
Viacom earnings got a boost from higher license fees and theatrical revenue at its movie business.
Restaurant Brands International reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Police used stun grenades and tear gas to clear protesters in the path of the Olympic torch in a poor suburb of Rio de Janeiro.
Amid a frustrating environment, investors are chasing dividend yields, and that might not be a good thing, experts told CNBC.
The electric car maker says it is seeing increases in demand for its vehicles, and plans for its Model 3 are on track.
Nike is getting out of the golf equipment business, an announcement that is sure to send Tiger Woods searching for new clubs next season.
Hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management sold its entire stake of 9.8 million shares, The New York Times reports.
Large-cap mutual fund managers put in a strong performance, with 58 percent beating their Russell 1000 index benchmark.
India's historic approval of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) could disrupt consumption and growth in the short-term.
Intel has suffered a setback in the wearables market after being forced to recall a smartwatch for safety reasons, the FT reports.
Fully autonomous vehicles are still one of Tesla's top two priorities.
Tesla's Elon Musk had harsh words for a California state government program he says is being mismanaged.
Clint Eastwood is stopping short of endorsing Donald Trump but says the Republican presidential candidate is "on to something."
The SPDR Gold Trust has already rallied more than 27 percent this year.
He tweeted Wednesday that last month, the company saw its "highest-ever monthly billings and money paid to developers."
More than 1,300 patients identified as at-risk of Zika are served by a single health-care facility.