Deflation talk these days is mostly centered on the euro zone and parts of emerging markets, but the U.S. is dancing on the brink itself.
Conventional wisdom holds that retirees should not enter their golden years still holding a mortgage. Should they really?
As millennials and baby boomers flock to urban cores, embracing shared cars and bicycles, the discount for living farther away is growing.
Improving economic data and the potential announcement of new stimulus may boost Chinese stocks in the fourth quarter, Timothy Moe said.
Emerging markets aren't just suffering through another market rout—it's a third wave of the financial crisis, Goldman said.
Investors are losing patience with airline stocks' underperformance as they worry industry conditions may deteriorate.
NBC News reports on why consumers shouldn't assume that bundling TV, Internet and sometimes phone services will always save them money.
Third-quarter revenue is projected to fall for the third consecutive quarter, a troubling trend, according to one strategist.
Voter initiatives in California and Ohio to control prescription med prices have ramifications for the presidential contest.
A Domino's driver was in tears when a church congregation tipped her $1,000 after she delivered a $5.99 pizza. USA Today reports.
Fortress Investment Group announced on Tuesday that it will close the Fortress Macro Funds and managed separate accounts.
"I don't like job cuts, don't get me wrong ... but I think Twitter was bloated," CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Bankrate has found that more than 3 in 5 Americans are limiting their spending each month.
As part of a redesign unveiled next March, the print edition of Playboy will no longer feature fully nude women, the NYT reports.
Jay Leno has his doubts that truly autonomous cars will ever arrive.
A man who bought the Google.com domain name for $12 and owned it for about a minute has been rewarded by Google for uncovering the flaw.
Nearly two-thirds of those surveyed said that having no debt is a top priority right now, USA Today reports.
A study has pinpointed 11:17 a.m. Monday morning as the time of the day we feel most unhappy — in case you needed proof.
Richard Fisher said Tuesday the Fed should heed the call of central bankers around the world and get on with hiking interest rates.
It will be difficult for the Federal Reserve to switch gears after only one month of additional data and raise rates at its October meeting.