August is here, bringing the final few pieces of data the Fed has left to consider before it holds its rates meeting in September.» Read More
All of a sudden, during a quiet August trading afternoon, there was a momentary flash of excitement in the currency market.
Strong second-quarter GDP growth just got stronger and prospects for the third quarter also improved, thanks to a narrower trade gap in June.
The rise in prices is providing equity to buy another home while still holding on to their old home, which is then providing lucrative rental income.
Diseases like Ebola will affect us in this era of global health care, the Cleveland Clinic CEO said.
Putin earlier signed an order banning or limiting imports of agricultural products from countries which have imposed sanctions on Russia.
A handful of Twitter users have noticed a new setting for "payment and shipping" within the company's Android app.
U.S. oil ended at a new 6 month low despite data showing a further decline in oil stockpiles and a steep drop in gasoline inventories.
Lyft and Uber will allow its members to opt into carpooling with people who are taking similar routes in return for a significant discount, re/code.
Ron Insana went short the stock market last week. Here's why he's hanging on to that position—and what would change his mind.
Pipeline companies are viewed by Wall Street as engines of growth, especially as the oil boom in the U.S. continues.
These two brewers should continue to serve up profits, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Blackstone Advisory Partners Vice Chairman Byron Wien tells CNBC that the fundamentals are sound but investors have become too complacent.
The three-year drought in California is officially the worst drought on record for the state, already costing over $2 billion and 17,000 jobs.
The Netherlands' prime minister has called a halt to the search for remains of victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster in Ukraine.
Investors seeking steady gains on innovation should look past tech buzz. When R&D productivity is measured, 'boring' stocks often lead.
Ebola virus and conflict in the Middle East and a possible trade war with Russia could all hurt air travel this year, the IATA said.
The U.S. Federal Reserve approved a resubmitted capital plan from Bank of America, which announced it has raised its dividend.
The number of female CEOs is on the rise but we still need more, says Rich Wellins, an exec at global talent management agency DDI.
The wave of innovation will eliminate even more blue-collar jobs and it could also threaten significant numbers of white-collar workers.
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected as petroleum imports dropped to a 3-1/2 year low, suggesting trade is less of a drag on growth.