Apple's cashless transactions service now accounts for two-thirds of all mobile payments in the U.S., analyst Will Power tells CNBC.
Here's why Cowen's valuation of Instagram is at $33 billion, according to one of its analysts.
Stolen information used in fraudulent tax returns filed through TurboTax was obtained outside Intuit's system, CEO Brad Smith tells CNBC.
Bill Gross associate Paul McCulley is stepping down as Pimco's chief economist and managing director.
The Massachusetts senator has repeatedly rebuffed suggestions that she will or should enter the 2016 race.
Barclays analyst Meredith Adler told CNBC Friday that the bank's downgrade was due to expensive problems on Wal-Mart's end.
Rudy Giuliani should not have questioned President Obama's love of America, a former advisor to Republican Mitt Romney tells CNBC.
The "audit the Fed" issue raised by Rand Paul is likely to come up for other 2016 presidential hopefuls, Politico's Ben White says.
More than $37 million in monthly housing subsidies for needy people ended up in the wrong hands last year. The Fiscal Times reports.
Sarissa Capital will nominate two directors to Ariad Pharmaceuticals' board and seek the "imminent retirement" of Chief Executive Harvey Berger.
With Wal-Mart raising the entry-level wage for workers to $9 an hour, pressure is mounting for other private employers to follow suit.
West Coast dockworkers and shippers can't even agree on whether the slowdown is a lockout or partial strike. But the difference matters.
Sales growth from Hispanic consumers significantly outpaced that of Non-Hispanic shoppers across every beauty segment.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday that Instagram's latest valuation shows Mark Zuckerberg was right all along about Instagram.
Analysts have revised down earnings in energy, but strength in other sectors could bubble up this year, Oppenheimer's Alec Young tells CNBC.
The European Central Bank faces the threat that speculators will swoop in if it does not show unity, Boris Schlossberg tells CNBC.
A key week for Greece's economic future drew to a close on Friday with the country facing the very real threat that it's running out of money.
All those pining after childhood stories of "the tippy-top floor" of New York's Plaza Hotel might soon get to recreate it a few blocks away at the Waldorf.
Citigroup cut CEO Corbat's pay by about 7 percent in 2014, a year in which the bank's profit nearly halved due to higher legal costs and a slump in bond trading.
January's fastest growing rental markets included Denver, Kansas City, Nashville, Portland, OR and Charlotte, according to Zillow.