A couple of big health-insurance mergers could have a very positive side effect, says consultant Jon Kaplan.
Tinder's chief executive Christopher Payne will step down and Sean Rad - the co-founder of the dating-app - will take his place immediately, the company said.
Cars are more efficient than ever, but fuel costs have also been rising. On a miles-per-dollar basis, driving today is much like it was in the 1950s.
Global gold demand slumped in the second quarter as consumers in China and India continued to pull back on purchases of jewelry, coins and bars.
China's central bank weakened the yuan against the dollar on Thursday, following reports it intervened to stem the currency's sharp slide late on Wednesday.
This year's flattish stock market hides a sea of turbulence under the surface, and that could be the early warning signs of a long overdue stock market correction.
Can't afford one of these superb driving machines? The fabulously wealthy among you can.
U.S. authorities are investigating whether the former chairman of Dean Foods leaked inside information that made its way to golfer Phil Mickelson, the WSJ reported.
The 90-year-old Carter's recent liver surgery revealed cancer had spread to other parts of his body.
Public investors are thirsting for tech growth as start-ups reel in private capital. But there's at least one new company in the queue.
In the course of just a couple of days, things have gotten a lot more complicated for the Federal Reserve.
Credit Suisse told clients on Tuesday to buy shares of master limited partnerships, noting a high likelihood for the group to move higher.
Could a better Social Security statement prevent people from claiming benefits too early?
Japanese telecoms group SoftBank, the majority owner of Sprint, said it acquired 22.9 million additional shares in the U.S. wireless carrier.
After Cisco's solid results Wednesday, some "Fast Money" traders saw the tech giant's prospects improving.
Jim Cramer saw three key bullish indicators that made him believe that this rally could be here to stay.
China's decision to devalue the yuan keeps weighing on the markets, and Wall Street is worried, Art Cashin says.
Wheaties, the breakfast of champions, has partnered with a craft brewery to create a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer named HefeWheaties.
The U.S. dollar is up 20 percent over the last year. That's not good for Chinese exporters.
Could a coming rate hike actually help growth stocks? RBC’s Jonathan Golub and Piper Jaffray’s Craig Johnson discuss with Brian Sullivan.