Facebook is set to launch a payments feature in its Messenger app which will allow friends to send money to each other.
The company says it will separate its computer and printer businesses from its faster-growing corporate hardware and services operations.
With higher out-of-pocket costs for health care ahead, it's time for patients to be more proactive in handling their health-care expenses.
Chimerix said its experimental Ebola drug has been provided for potential use in patients, sending its shares sharply higher in premarket trading.
Ammo being used by ISIS are found to have been manufactured in 21 countries including the US, NBC News reports.
"I have been waiting for (the) moment where I thought the reward was better than the risk for some stocks. I think that time has come," Cramer said.
Bitcoin lost nearly a fifth of its value over the weekend, raising concerns that investors are losing faith in the cryptocurrency.
Investors may be better off tapping ETF strategists rather than trying to track the "smart money" of hedge fund managers.
The freelance NBC News cameraman who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus arrived in the U.S. early Monday on his way to a Nebraska hospital.
Student-led protests in Hong Kong shrank Monday but a few hundred demonstrators remained camped out in the streets.
The U.S. dollar rally has much further to run, and could help out countries dealing with excessively low inflation, a report from HSBC argues.
General Motors said it was recalling more than 57,000 vehicles in the U.S. for problems ranging from a wiring problem to inadvertent engine shutdown.
The man known as America's greatest investor isn't bothered by stock market volatility.
Computing giant Hewlett-Packard is close to breaking itself into two companies, following a months-long process during which it explored the sale of several business units, Re/code reports.
Experts are concerned that autonomous vehicles could be susceptible to sinister cybercriminal activity.
Falling oil and gas prices may give a fillip to the consumer—but that won't necessarily help the stock market.
English-speaking nations are the most appealing foreign destinations in which to work, with the U.S. taking the top spot.
Even after Friday's jobs report fueled the market's rally, stocks could be in for more bumps, as the first trickle of earnings reports begin.
Shop smart and you can enjoy the holidays without putting yourself in the poorhouse.
The U.S. dollar is driving up the costs of doing business overseas, suppressing the value of non-U.S. sales and, signaling weak international demand.