Markets in Asia ended mixed on Friday, as traders continued to digest announcements from the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan.
Donald Trump said he would work with lawmakers if elected to tie federal funding and tax breaks for colleges to lower tuition costs.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has funded a partisan group devoted to circulating Internet memes besmirching Clinton, the Daily Beast reported.
Jim Cramer’s explaining how to level the playing field with the help of Amazon.
"Frog Princess" Chelsea Wan has created some surprising products in the fight to keep the family farm in business.
Corporate America saw two of its CEOs under fire this week on Capitol Hill, and experts said their performances left a lot to be desired.
The Bank of Japan has radically changed how it will purchase exchange-traded funds in Japan’s stock market. Here’s how to play it.
The widespread social unrest in Charlotte, as in other cities, stems from ongoing economic inequality along racial lines.
If you think stocks are going higher, where do you invest? Erin Gibbs of S&P Global and Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Hillary Clinton adviser tells reporters how Clinton is preparing for Monday night's first debate with Donald Trump, NBC reports.
Not all buybacks have the same relative impact on actual returns to shareholders, based on CNBC's analysis of data from S&P Dow Jones Indices.
The Nasdaq hit a fresh all-time high on Thursday of 5,342.88.
Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner is under investigation by federal prosecutors in Manhattan for alleged sexts to a 15-year-old girl, NBC News reports.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is going to have to leave his gig, it's just a matter of when.
Life is Good co-founder John Jacobs explains how a lesson from Bill and Melinda Gates inspires his approach to business and life.
Jim Cramer was disturbed by the drama over the Fed’s decision not to raise rates and says investors got faked out.
Biotech stocks were trading higher Thursday afternoon and reached the highest they have been since January 2016.
Harvard University's investment arm on Thursday said its portfolio lost 2 percent during the 2016 fiscal year.
Last quarter saw a significant decline in the number of companies making such large repurchases.