Applications for U.S. home mortgages slipped last week as refinancing applications dropped, an industry group said on Wednesday.
HealthTap Prime allows people to see a doctor via video conference on a smartphone. The patient can be diagnosed, treated and prescribed medications.
Twitter stock's jumped 30 percent after growth in its user base soothed concerns about its future, but some analysts remain skeptical.
Sprint reported higher-than-expected second-quarter revenue on Wednesday.
Wall Street on Wednesday will get two reads on the U.S. economy, one from the Commerce Department and the other from the Federal Reserve.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura won $1.8 million in his two-year fight to prove he was defamed by a military sniper and best-selling author.
Peter Schiff says two catalysts this week could send gold prices higher.
GM was hit with a lawsuit brought on behalf of more than 650 people allegedly injured or killed in accidents involving cars that have been recalled.
Kidnapping Europeans for ransom has become a global business for Al Qaeda, bankrolling its operations across the globe. The NYT reports.
McDonald's and its franchisees can be held liable in complaints that the company violated employee rights, an official at the U.S. NLRB said.
Truck companies are banking on the safety features of their vehicles as a selling point.
Russia's MICEX Index rallied 2 percent in morning trade, despite news of the toughest sanctions against the country since the end of the Cold War.
Barclays investment banking profits almost halved in the first half compared to the same period last year, as trading revenues slumped.
Sanctions are intended to tighten the screws on Russia by targeting broad sections of its economy and financial markets.
U.K. authorities have announced plans to hit misbehaving bankers in the pocket, and could potentially demand the repayment of seven-year-old bonuses.
Tempting ads and your subconscious could be driving up your credit card bills.
Russia continues to see the U.S. and Europe as partners, not adversaries, a Russian diplomat told CNBC on Wednesday.
Geopolitical tensions are heating up globally, but it isn't clear investors should react, with markets not paying the conflicts much attention.
Twitter jumped sharply on Tuesday after the social media company easily topped earnings and revenue expectations.
Paul Singer has called the threat of a widespread blackout from an electromagnetic surge the "most significant danger" in the world.