A jump in oil supplies helped fan speculation the market is setting up for a selloff that could take oil prices to a new cycle low.
Companies with happy workers can outperform the broader market handily, while companies with less-than-happy employees see shares fall short.
The dollar-euro parity signifies an ongoing trend in changing money supplies and disparate global central bank policies.
"It's very hard ... when you can't get a return on your capital," Goldman Sachs president said during a break at his firm's TMT Leveraged Finance Conference.
Activist investor Robert Chapman tells CNBC negative reports about Lumber Liquidators only encouraged him to raise his bet.
E-commerce company FlipKart is focusing on mobile offerings as Indian consumers increasingly turn to online shopping.
CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at the link between a strong greenback and the Fed's decision on raising interest rates.
An oil tanker and car crash caused a massive explosion on I-94, shutting down traffic in both directions, Detroit News reported.
How much is an Apple store worth? It turns out, a whole lot.
Greece's Justice Minister suggested German property could be confiscated to compensate for the Nazi occupation of Greece in WWII, according to reports.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on how trucking companies might be able to regain some of the business they've lost to the railroads.
Beyond raising wages in retail, Wal-Mart's latest move will have an even bigger impact on the future of retail.
Compensation rose even as pretax profits at broker-dealer operations of NYSE member firms fell.
Here's why the euro will continue to weaken, Deutsche Bank's George Saravelos told CNBC.
The upward run in the U.S. dollar to 12-year highs shows the currency index could be reaching a peak soon, if history is any guide.
Inflatable paddle boards, detachable cellphone camera lenses and turn-signal gloves for cyclists—Amazon's vast offerings just got a little quirkier.
Fast food giant McDonald's plans to test table service at some locations in the Netherlands, a local news agency reported.
History shows you can bank on financials to rise on Thursday.
Let the anti-Apple Watch ads begin.
One trader is trying to make $120 million by betting that the euro goes way lower over the course of the year.