Candidates say they support small businesses. But what are they doing to help this key driver of economic growth?
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey faces investors for the first time since taking over the CEO position on a permanent basis.
CNBC's Jim Cramer made his remarks after Alibaba reported better-than-expected revenue.
Find out where the GOP presidential candidates stand on fixing Social Security and addressing America's $1.3 trillion in student loans.
Valeant held a conference call Monday morning to defend itself from recent allegations. Here is what Wall Street said after the call.
The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Index showed U.S. home prices rose 5.1 percent from the year-ago period in August.
Passengers may continue to put e-cigarettes in their carry-on bags, but they cannot use or charge them during a flight, USA TODAY reports.
Automakers and technology giants alike are working on autonomous cars, but they're still not quite ready for the road.
CNBC's John Harwood spoke to former presidential candidates Joe Lieberman and Jon Huntsman about the problem of labels in American politics.
There's a big change underway in retail: Completing purchases on smartphones is starting to gain on browsing.
It's a staple of every presidential campaign: Candidates walk through a manufacturing plant and say they will bring back millions of jobs.
Comcast earnings were helped by NBCUniversal's box-office hit "Minions" and growth in its high-speed Internet and business services divisions.
With third-quarter earnings season underway, options traders are targeting a select group of stocks they believe will post sharp moves.
The budget deal would free Obama from budget battles as he looks to secure his legacy in the remainder of his second term, The New York Times reports.
As the Nasdaq ticks closer to the record set in 2000, technical and fundamental traders advise staying away for now.
Jim Cramer teaches investors how to use the negative perception of various stocks to gain portfolio advantage.
Oil prices extended losses into a third week on worries over a supply glut and with another increase in U.S. crude stocks expected.
A gauge of U.S. business investment plans fell for a second straight month, the latest indication that economic growth braked sharply.
Amid stock market volatility, there has been nearly $8 billion in net inflows to so-called alternative funds since the beginning of 2015.
General Motors said Tuesday it is recalling 1.4 million of its older models due to a fire hazard.