Asia markets closed mixed on Friday in the wake of the BOE's rate cut, with traders looking ahead to the July U.S. non-farm payrolls report.
The IOC approved the entry of 271 Russian athletes, or 70 percent of the original team, for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Thursday after a doping scandal.
New York state's financial regulator sent a second request to Goldman Sachs about its fundraising for Malaysian fund 1MDB, a source said.
Automakers have been working to put in more technology into cars to make them smarter and in line with changing customer expectations.
U.S. corporations are on track to raise a trillion dollars in new debt this year, and the Bank of England just added more fuel to the bond fire.
The BOE's easing decision makes the corner in which the Fed had found itself even more claustrophobic.
One of Wall Street's biggest businesses is under growing pressure from competitors old and new.
Jim Cramer spoke with Phil Knight on Nike’s rise to the top, and how he succeeded in the face of adversity
You can now drive your carry-on bag around the airport, but it will cost you.
Jim Cramer outlines why Wal-Mart needs to buy Jet.com to stay relevant in a digital world.
Top tech investor Paul Meeks says that Facebook will soon dominate social media as much as Coca-Cola dominated the beverage industry in its heyday.
The president made his comments from the Pentagon after a meeting with his National Security Council.
Restaurants are feeling the headwinds of rising labor costs and shifting consumer trends, according to one expert.
Carl Icahn said he lost $100 million on the Trump Taj Mahal's failure. But he can make some back at the Tropicana.
Tim Cook doesn’t want to sell you TV anymore. He wants to tell you what’s on TV. Recode reports.
Willie Degel said restaurant owners must be more versatile, because the consumer is more selfish and educated than ever before.
Sellers should revise inventory strategy and avoid relying so much on department stores, said some analysts on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Illinois-based Advocate Health Care Network will pay $5.55 million to federal regulators.
Vegan food start-up Hampton Creek undertook a large-scale operation to buy back its own mayo, making the product appear more popular, Bloomberg reported Thursday.