Friday's government employment report is the big chunk of data markets are awaiting, but ADP is a kind of warm-up to that number.
Three high-profile incumbents, including Rubio and McCain, have beat back primary challengers in Tuesday's primaries, NBC News reports.
Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian says currently the chance of a September rate hike from the Federal Reserve is about 60 percent.
Apple's Irish tax bill could top $20 billion if it does not succeed in overturning an European Commission ruling, says expert.
Markets in Asia opened mixed on Wednesday, with Japanese shares gaining on the back of a weaker yen.
The ISIS leader at the top of the U.S. kill list has died after being wounded in Syria, NBC News reports.
One aspect of the India-U.S. relationship remains murky as ever and it's unlikely to see much progress during this week's bilateral meeting.
Big banks begin to partner up as web-enabled banking products keep gaining traction with consumers.
R&B singer Chris Brown was arrested Tuesday after a woman claimed he threatened her with a gun, NBC News reports.
Records of Hillary Clinton's schedule as secretary of state show a weekend in San Diego to honor a chef and a friend.
The answer is two subsidiary entities the tech giant created the that effectively own most of the company's intellectual property.
Thousands of pages of Hillary Clinton's schedule as secretary of state reveals a billionaires' guest list, including one meeting with George Soros.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn rejected any assertion Tuesday that he is backed into a corner on troubled nutritional supplement company Herbalife.
A CNBC reporter looked at nearly 4,000 pages released by the State Department of Clinton's daily schedule, offering a rare glimpse into her life.
His shares were valued at more than $5.93 million in all. He bought them for more than $3.26 million. USA Today reports.
CNBC PRO researched legendary hedge fund manager Seth Klarman's investing philosophy.
Jim Cramer told investors what they need to see to know if a turnaround is for real.
Jim Cramer pointed to technology, retail, food and energy groups that need takeovers in order to stay appealing.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has filed formal charges to fire the officer who fatally shot Laquan McDonald in 2014.