Opponents of mandatory labeling for foods made with genetically modified organisms spent roughly three times their spending in all of 2013.
Shares of big banking institutions could double under a best-case scenario, says value investor Rich Pzena.
There's a slow and steady path for the S&P 500 to hit 3,000, Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker says.
The U.S. climbs further up the ranks of the world's most competitive economies, the World Economic Forum says in its annual report.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has picked two lawmakers with friendly ties to China for his party's top posts, a move seen to be aimed at thawing chilly ties with Beijing.
The highly anticipated iPhone 6 is expected to provide a much-needed boost not only for Apple sales but also for Greater China's export sector.
You can pay more than $100 for an "indestructible" phone case, but is that money well spent?
Smart devices, a Samsung product launch and the latest smartphones are expected to dominate the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.
Bove envisions a scenario in which long-term financing that has come with fixed interest rates is endangered as mortgage buyers dry up.
U.S. dollar bulls are enjoying their moment in the sun, and analysts told CNBC the good times could continue.
You may see solid gains this September, even though it's historically known as the worst month for stocks, Bespoke's Paul Hickey says.
Crude oil was crushed on Tuesday, as concerns of slowing oil demand in China and Europe failed to offset supply worries from Libya.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Concur, Helen of Troy, Guidewire & more.
Life's most puzzling questions are now being answered in the form of GIFs by a new and viral Twitter account.
It's one of a kind. Take a peek inside this Knightsbridge penthouse that rents for $99,000 a week.
A report from Credit Suisse suggested a merger in the vitamin sector would generate tailwinds. What does Cramer think?
Magic Mountain in California is banking on a combination of nostalgia and new technology for its big new ride next summer.
The U.S. attacked al-Shabab not only for its current capabilities, but to safeguard against its future potential, experts said.
A rise in joblessness would be proof that Janet Yellen's theory of the labor market—that there's lots of extra workers out there—is accurate.
Here’s what Samsung’s and Microsoft's phones may feature that Apple’s iPhone may not.