Prices in luxury real estate dipped in the third quarter as investors fear a volatile market.
Investors looking for upside that comes with risk-oriented energy plays can find similar returns in Chevron, Sam Margolin of Cowen said.
The heat is on between a credit union catering to cannabis and the Federal Reserve, in a case heard by a Colorado court this week.
A notorious hacking scandal hasn't deterred more than 4 million people from joining cheating website Ashley Madison.
What will the next year bring the global economy? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Larry McDonald of Societe Generale discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Thursday marks the close of a bumpy year for some corporate giants.
UPS CEO David Abney dismissed the notion that UPS' large retail customers would be better off going it alone.
Samsung consumers will be able to do a lot more than change channels with its 2016 smart TV lineup.
It can be easy to amass investments in your employer's stock, but it is a risky move. Here's why diversifying your investments matters.
Financial firms have expressed doubts about the actual software solutions Blythe Masters's start-up is working on, the NYT reports.
Your holiday bonus presents a unique opportunity to invest more. It's not every day you score a significant amount of extra income, after all.
Cypress has had a rough year, but one trader is betting $1 million that the company sees a bounce in the first half of 2016.
China's bold Silk Road project runs through Afghanistan, where it could gain control of mineral riches in a nation failed by US and Russia.
The trade-in program is a convenience play, as consumers could likely get more for their old gift cards at online marketplaces.
Stocks are set to fall 7 percent in the first quarter of 2016, according to Oppenheimer technical analyst Ari Wald. Here's why.
Take a look at what wealth advisers and their ultra-high-net-worth clients expect for the year ahead and how they plan to invest.
What holiday-themed drink do you love the most? Starbucks released a report on the country's favorite festive brews.
The season of giving may have turned into the season of stealing in New Jersey.
Tight supply of homes for sale is pushing home prices ever higher again — with annual gains swelling in most major markets.
"I still think we have a chance of making a run at $40 in the very short term," the Again Capital founding partner says.