"If the market retrenches 5 to 10 percent, we would think of that as the market being on sale," global strategist Samantha Azzarello tells CNBC.
Like many tech firms competing for a younger work force, Activision is breaking new ground with its employee benefits.
Home prices in August surged on a monthly basis by the largest margin in 11 years. Where and why?
Most global forecast models suggest Matthew will be churning off the east coast of Florida and the southeast United States by Friday morning.
Donald Trump is spending more on ads, but hasn't overcome Hillary Clinton's 4-to-1 ad-spending advantage, according to data from Advertising Analytics, NBC News reports.
The noose around Wall Street's neck is likely to tighten no matter who is elected president.
Netflix shares have surged on an unlikely rumor. Here's why you shouldn't buy it.
Gold fell to its lowest in over two weeks on Tuesday as the dollar gained strength after upbeat U.S. economic data.
S&P 500 companies tend to cut their estimates in the months before a presidential election. Chad Morganlander of Stifel Nicolaus and Eddy Elfenbein of the Crossing Wall Street blog discuss the trend with Kate Rogers.
Being right is less important than being successful, they say.
CNBC talked with two cybersecurity experts about the rapidly evolving threats companies face and how they address them.
Trump did not pay federal income taxes in 1978, 1979, or 1984, and most likely did not in 1991 or 1993, according to Vox.
Cheaper grocery prices may not be the reason that consumers are spending less money at restaurants, at least, according to Darden Restaurants' CEO.
Withdrawing $20 from an out-of-network ATM can cost you more than 20 percent in fees on average, but you can avoid those charges.
Borrowers in the oil patch expect to see their borrowing ability slashed more than actual lending institutions do, a new survey indicates.
Search ads are coming to the App Store — a move that could help developers and support Apple's services ambitions.
More than 2 million people would get subsidies to reduce their premiums, but aren't because they buy outside of Obamacare exchanges.
Bloomberg reported that Google will unveil two new smartphones that were designed in-house.
Mack Weldon wants to change the way men shop for underwear, socks and essentials.