There are 13 stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500 that have consistently beaten the August slows, according to USA Today.
U.S. labor costs in the second quarter recorded their smallest increase on record amid tepid gains in the private sector.
Gold's been on a steady downfall, but according to some traders, the worst is yet to come.
Despite muted returns for the S&P 500 in 2015, analysts on Wall Street just love these stocks.
Regardless of the outcome of Patriots QB Tom Brady's appeal, he loses, says Dan Eaton. Here's why.
U.S. consumer sentiment came in slightly below expectations at 93.1, the Survey of Consumers said Friday.
A new study reveals wealthy Americans might be a bit delusional when it comes to sizing the wealth of others, reports NBC News.
Illegal downloads and puny streaming royalties mean aging rock stars don't make the money they once did. So they're becoming entrepreneurs.
Chevron delivered quarterly earnings that fell well short of analysts' expectations on Friday.
J.K. Rowling, the magical mind behind "Harry Potter," turned 50 on Friday and her reign as literary queen is stronger than ever.
One family's heirloom, a baseball card dating back to before the Civil War, sold for more than $179,000 at auction.
Apple will launch the next generation of its Apple TV set-top box in September, with a new remote and support for Siri voice control, BuzzFeed reported.
The top U.S. tech companies came through in a big way, blowing past estimates while showing that investments are paying off.
Donald Trump's GOP presidential candidacy has been successful, but too controversial to have staying power, former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor tells CNBC.
Hilary Clinton is in Miami to discuss her pro-trade stance on Cuba, which is opposite of Republicans Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush.
Business activity in the U.S. Midwest jumped to a six-month high in July, showing expansion in the region for the first time since April.
Investors shouldn't expect pro-growth fiscal policies to take the spotlight from central banks any time soon, Stephen Wood said.
Smart planning before you turn 65 could help reduce Medicare out-of-pocket health-care costs.
Is there a surprise rally ahead for the S&P? Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Erin Gibbs with S&P Capital IQ discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Steel stocks have been surging, but traders Ari Wald and Erin Gibbs warn the rally could be losing steam.