"This is not like the old days," CNBC's Jim Cramer says about the Greek-EU standoff.
With fixed-income yields at record lows, a senior broker has told CNBC that now is the perfect time for investors to sell and move into equities.
Mohamed El-Erian also tells CNBC a Greek exit from the euro would cause "short-term chaos," but it would not bring the global economy to its knees.
Employment reports have been positive, but economic growth is weak and rates elsewhere are going down, economist Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
Using a revolutionary osmosis process, Oasys has found a way to clean polluted fracking water, thus solving the industry's biggest quandary.
A Chinese startup is giving every employee with more than four months with the company a Tesla for their traditional year-end bonus.
Latin America is the fastest-growing smartphone market in the world as users ditch older phones for 3G- and 4G-capable devices.
A panel outlined three ways that shoppers can be duped into thinking they're getting a better bargain than they actually are.
Sentiment among single family U.S. home builders chilled in February, right along with temperatures across much of the nation.
The next few days will be crucial for the future of both Greece and the euro zone.
Is new Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Europe's last revolutionary? His principled rebellion is a unique leadership-under-fire strategy.
Apple's anticipated smartwatch is set to debut in April but what exactly is it meant to do?
Shares of cloud play Box are extremely popular with the retail investor, but if they didn't get in on the IPO, they may want to cut their losses now.
Sorry, Tony Fratto is wrong. We need a currency rule in the TPP agreement in order for it to work. Here's why.
West Coast port shutdowns have pinched automakers, but the dispute has only minimally impacted vehicle tool maker Snap-On, the CEO told CNBC.
The tech giant announced on Monday it is in the process of redesigning its stores, re/code reports.
Priceline investors aren't worried about the Expedia-Orbitz tie-up. The shares rallied in the two trading days after the announcement.
Frits van Paasschen, president and chief executive of international hotel chain Starwood, has resigned “by mutual agreement with the board of directors,” according to the company.
Here’s what will happen to the market and individual stocks when underperforming hedge funds are forced to chase this rally.
Are a few days in January a small Swiss mountain town relevant to the way the world will be shaped for the rest of the year?