David Einhorn is pounding the table on the crushed energy name. Erin Gibbs and Ari Wald discuss the stock with Brian Sullivan.
A wintry blast of air brought blizzard-like conditions to parts of the West after whipping up a damaging tornado in Central California.
The number of global million-dollar donations to charity shrunk in 2014 by close to $3 billion as U.S. giving dropped.
Carl Icahn sold his stake of 46.3M shares in eBay and reported the same number of shares in PayPal after the spinoff from eBay in mid-July.
Last week's deadly terror attacks in Paris and Beirut have stirred up political tensions in an unlikely locale: Silicon Valley.
China's economic slowdown isn't spooking Morgan Stanley, which has its eye on the mainland's "new economy."
Islamic State and Boko Haram brought the human and economic cost of terrorism to their worst levels in 2014, according to new statistics.
Pandora is laying the groundwork for the subscription service they would like to build using some of Rdio’s spare parts.
Russia and the United States may stand in the way of France calling on NATO to help defeat Islamic State terrorists.
The "Family Guy" and "American Dad" creator has seen his net worth skyrocket.
German antitrust authorities are investigating Amazon and Apple for an agreement about selling audiobooks, the FT reports.
Commodities trader Noble Group is coming under scrutiny again after lackluster 3Q results released last week triggered a review from Moody's.
FedEx is confident it will successfully take over Dutch peer TNT Express following a failed bid by rival United Parcel Service (UPS) three years ago.
BlackBerry could post a profit next year, helped by the launch of its Priv model, CEO John Chen told CNBC on Tuesday.
Cable TV company acquires UK telecoms group with operations in the Caribbean, for stock and a special dividend worth $5.3 billion.
Two of China's biggest real estate firms are seeking approval to raise about $7.37B in Shanghai listings as IPOs revive after a stock slump.
Cheap gasoline prices are about to get a lot cheaper, especially in the Midwest.
Japan's economy has slipped into recession, but demand for cup noodles and pricy chocolates suggests some hope for 'Abenomics'.
"When I hear folks say that we should just admit the Christians ... that's shameful," Obama says.
If militarization increases after the Paris attacks, some under-the-radar companies could benefit, one analyst said.