Barack Obama and his European counterparts agreed to act quickly to impose more sanctions on Russia if Ukraine peace agreements not implemented.
Apple is discussing a settlement in a lawsuit brought by electric car battery maker A123 Systems, which accused them of poaching top engineers.
Jim Cramer sees six issues that could spell disaster ahead for the economy if not addressed now.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer spots one company getting the best of this bad story.
A new study titled "Am I Normal?" published Tuesday in the British Journal of Urology reveals the answer to a common question. NBC reports.
The U.S. government can't borrow normally after March 15, setting up a potentially contentious vote to raise the debt limit.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq couldn't hold 5,000 on Tuesday, but CNBC "Fast Money" traders saw upside in some key technology names.
The House passed a spending bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security through September 30, without immigration restrictions.
Oil trader Andy Hall has closed out his bearish bets on oil and is predicting a price recovery in crude sooner than many analysts expect.
If your mobile payment app isn't accepted everywhere, one company has come up with a fix.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Smith & Wesson, TiVo, Bob Evans & more.
If anybody can make wearable technology cool, it's Apple. A host of unlikely cheerleaders is hoping the watch hits it big.
Despite this nation's currency and geopolitical troubles, it is a bright spot in the global energy market. Good news: Value plays abound.
Brandywine Global's Stephen Smith doesn't see a corporate bond bubble despite huge issuance and growing concern.
Jerry Webman, chief economist at OppenheimerFunds, says that using the Fed's words to time the first rate hike has become a fool's errand.
Two analysts told CNBC that they saw no traces of a stock bubble and even said that the market is undervalued at the moment.
Smith & Wesson beat on both the top and bottom lines, and its stock shot up nearly 9 percent.
The UFC has started to overcome a year of injuries and sagging viewership, but a legal challenge looms from some of its own fighters.
A nuclear Iran would throw a wrench into the growing Israeli economic powerhouse.
Consumers have been filling their pockets with the money they're saving while filling up at the gas pump, Moody's economist Mark Zandi said Tuesday.