Based on historical data on a week like this, the stock market performs widely in the following weeek, with huge swings one way or the other.» Read More
Ikea will replace all lighting on shelves With LED bulbs, shifting away from fluorescent lights, The New York Times reports.
Twitter interim CEO Jack Dorsey is just one of a few insiders to buy the stock in recent days. Could this signal a bottom?
The senior official says the private emails of "all top national security and trade officials" were targeted, NBC News reports.
Thomas Lee believes a market rally may be in the cards, recommending investors buy out-of-favor names as a way to create excess returns.
The S&P 500 has traded in a tight range this year, and as U.S. stocks declined almost 2 percent last week, one technician said it's time for defense.
Every single bullish case for commodities appears to have been proven wrong.
OPEC exporters have no plans for an emergency meeting to discuss the drop in oil prices, two OPEC delegates said.
In October, bank lenders perform a biannual review of loans and revolving credit they make available to exploration and production companies.
Hillary Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt.
U.S. inflation is "very low" but only temporarily so, and the economy has nearly achieved full employment, Federal Reserve Vice Chair Fischer said.
China shares shook off weak economic data, surging nearly 5 percent after a report the mainland will finally begin to reform its state-owned enterprises.
A bomb attack at a police station has killed three people, while the city's U.S. consulate has also come under fire, news agencies have reported.
Coca-Cola is backing a new "science-based" solution to obesity: To maintain a healthy weight, get more exercise and worry less about cutting calories.
When a book is written detailing the negotiations between Greece and its creditors, it could rack up a higher page count than War and Peace.
Why doesn't oil & gas get more attention in the news media?
Asian markets have plenty to chew over in the week ahead, including second-quarter growth reports for Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will step down from the board once the social communications company selects a new CEO, according to numerous sources.
Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate owned by Warren Buffett, is close to a deal that may be its largest ever, the WSJ reported.
Football player and veteran sports journalist Frank Gifford has died in Connecticut, his family announced on Sunday. He was 84.