Hawaii took the Japanese auto parts maker Takata to court on Friday, accusing it of covering up a deadly air bag defect.
Intrexon is ready to fight the Zika virus and believes it will get approval to do so in the U.S., its CEO says.
Uber hasn't officially responded to the news that Apple has invested $1 billion in its Chinese rival, but this is what its boss had to say.
Ellison told an interesting anecdote about his best friend, Apple's late founder Steve Jobs, Recode reports.
It’s been a frustrating couple of months for investors as stocks continue to churn in a narrow range. But according to one trader the S&P 500 could soon make a run back at its 2016 high—and he has a clever strategy to double your money on the way up.
Big spenders paying record-breaking prices are offsetting lighter volume for upscale-art auction houses.
The futures market shows investors do not expect U.S. benchmark crude to rise above $50 for more than a year.
Former OMB Director David Stockman says that it doesn't matter if Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump become president - they won't be able to stop a recession.
As the crisis in Venezuela worsens, the looting of basic goods, including underwear, is on the rise.
There's a pattern to opposition to Donald Trump within the GOP, and House Speaker Paul Ryan embraces it fully. What is it?
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee for the GOP, tell us whom he should select as his running mate.
Billionaire Mark Cuban offered to be Hillary Clinton's running mate, reports Recode.
With the cost of using renewable energy falling, the shift to using 100 percent sustainable resources is on in a growing number of cities.
Todd Gordon has a smart trade on energy-heavy ExxonMobil.
A top Greek official said Friday he is not worried about the cash-strapped nation's ability to meet its debts.
Faced with a huge problem for e-commerce, this start-up got creative.
Swift is critically important to the global financial system, former Treasury Department official Tony Fratto says.
Retail sales' surprise and a look at next week's earnings are giving investors renewed hope that the consumer hasn't completely shut down.
Netflix is off to a rough start this year, and one savvy trader says the pain is far from over.
In 2006, it was housing. In 2011, it was Europe. Here are four danger zones that Wall Street traders are keeping their eye on now.