Discussing his efforts to grow jobs opportunities and address the health-care system in the country, Obama struck an optimistic tone.
Offering signs of hope the economic recovery is solidifying, new data supports a more optimistic Main Street that plans to boost wages and raise prices.
Families in these states don't have enough liquid assets to survive three months in poverty according to the Assets and Opportunity Scorecard.
Despite its new prominence in the U.S., Alibaba's efforts in China to expand into mobile—the fastest growing part of e-commerce—faces challenges.
A swinger's club has set up in a Financial District office building, disturbing fellow tenants and neighbors throughout the workday.
Walt Disney has extended the near decade-long tenure of Bob Iger, granting its chairman and CEO a contract extension through June 2018.
Financial literacy is focused on the young, but parents should still impart money lessons to their newly adult children.
A study says that having too many older workers in a society slows its rate of entrepreneurship. Let the debate begin.
As Wall Street extended its worst start to October in three years, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC the selling may be overdone.
A number of major commodities are trading in bear market territory, off by more than 20 percent from their respective highs.
Some cities have cooled for single-family rentals, but investors are still gobbling up properties in other markets like Charlotte, North Carolina.
Car dealerships have created vast personal wealth for countless American families. Who are these car kings?
GOP Senate candidate Cory Gardner's ability to mobilize conservatives and court swing voters in Colorado could be replicated elsewhere.
The global economy is weaker than was envisioned just six months ago, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said on Thursday.
Warren Buffett won't name names, but he told CNBC the companies were "names you'd recognize."
A new survey finds super-rich investors are expecting returns of 9 percent or more, and some expect returns of at least 11 percent. Crazy?
The entire farm complex could see widespread selling after a fertilizer maker issued an earnings warning, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
China's recent push to tighten control over Hong Kong's political process could turn out to be a very costly move for Beijing.
If you're not buying stocks after Wednesday's selloff, you'll be sorry, Stifel CEO Ronald Kruszewski says.
Investors should not overlook these companies' pre-announcement to the downside, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.