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A recent study shows that investors have figured out a way around the passive versus active management debate.
The Gates Foundation is trying to stop Zika by giving mosquitos a sexually transmitted disease
Global policymakers have been warned by the OECD to "act now" to prevent "persistent and sluggish growth" and another economic downturn.
Donald Trump will likely adjust to the views of the Republican Party if he is elected president, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tells CNBC.
"Seek revenge and you should dig two graves — one for yourself," Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said.
Applications to refinance a loan and to purchase a home fell last week, as interest rates maintained a slow climb.
Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch just downgraded Nike on concerns about Under Armour and Adidas.
The tech sector has regained some steam. Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Eddy Elfenbein of “Crossing Wall Street” talk tech with Seema Mody.
Consumers can discover the truth about investment fees by taking matters into their own hands, finding the fees and acting accordingly.
Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella has become the latest U.S. technology boss in recent months to visit China. Here's three reasons why.
A French naval vessel has picked up signals believed to be from one of the black boxes of EgyptAir flight MS804 which crashed last month.
Oil is no longer impacted by OPEC's decisions. Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service makes the case.
Jim Cramer offered up the best method to help investors lock in profits.
The S&P 500 hasn't seen a 52-week high in over a year, and this could change the way you view the market.
Our live blog tracked oil prices on the back of a report that said OPEC is likely to consider a new output ceiling.
Three separate surveys of Chinese economic activity were the latest signs that the nation's much-discussed slowdown remained in place.
Well-respected figures in the oil industry believe that prices are still too low and that the only way is up.
June kicks off with a slew of manufacturing reports expected on Wednesday.
McDonald's must respond to a lawsuit accusing it of discrimination for refusing to serve blind customers who walk up during late-night hours.