Asian stocks declined early Tuesday, following a negative lead from Wall Street and as investors digested the slew of economic data out of China.» Read More
Not only is this company best-of-breed, its stock could soar some 15 percent or more, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Bitcoin is suffering its worst day since May, but it is not clear what is causing the slide.
GoPro stock deserves to be shorted, Dialectic Capital's John Fichthorn says.
Copper futures slid more than 1 percent Wednesday, falling to the lowest level since late June.
Facebook is now able to track how ads impact consumer spending across multiple devices, the company said Wednesday.
Some market watchers believe that oil price softness could be signaling something more sinister in the global economy.
The fait accompli attitude of Michael Leavitt, the former GOP governor of Utah, toward Obamacare is drawing criticism from conservatives.
No matter how fast, smart and powerful our phones get, they still often die by mid-day if we leave our charger behind.
DXL is shuttering its Casual Male nameplate and targeting a customer who's taller, younger and spending more money.
Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos was killed in a plane crash in the southeastern city of Santos on Wednesday.
Samsung's metal-framed Galaxy Alpha smartphone could be a tough competition for Apple's iPhone.
The role of broker-dealers in short term lending may exacerbate strains in times of turmoil, Boston Fed's Eric Rosengren says.
The seemingly "unlimited ability" of colleges to increase costs has "run its course" as a business model for higher education, Purdue's Mitch Daniels tells CNBC.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Russian steelmaker falls victim to the hostile environment facing the country's companies when it raised less than expected in a syndicated loan.
The record gap between America's rich and poor is shaping an uneven housing recovery that threatens to hold back the broader economic revival. The FT reports.
The collapse of "repos" signaled the beginning of the financial crisis, and there's trouble brewing in the market again.
Price deflation is rearing its head in the world's richest cities, and it's having an impact on an unlikely sector: commercial sex workers.
Macy's reported quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations and said the full year would be weaker than expected.
The VA said it was considering disciplinary actions against six employees, but the details of these actions are unclear.