Whole Foods reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
The Fed remains on track to hike rates this year, and the minor tweaks to its post-meeting statement were just vague enough to keep the debate going on when it will move.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday both declined to raise interest rates and provide any clues about when a hike is on the way.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on June 17.
CNBC's Big Crunch analyzed every single word from Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Here are the insights from those press conferences.
Global financial markets are being manipulated and once the manipulation stops, the markets may drop, Bill Gross said.
A major investment firm knocks down the theory that China's parabolic bear market won't affect the country's economy.
A new study finds that people are not contributing as much to employer-sponsored retirement plans as they used to.
The total number of consumer complaints in the U.S. increased nearly 5 percent in 2014, according to a new survey.
Former NBA star Vin Baker is now training to manage a Starbucks franchise in Rhode Island, the Providence Journal reports.
Soon-to-be parents encounter plenty of enticements to bank or donate baby's umbilical cord blood. Here's what you need to know.
It's the Windows you know, only better. That is how Microsoft describes its new operating system, which officially launched Wednesday.
Despite its myriad troubles and doubters on Wall Street, Bank of America has a friend in Dick Bove.
Facebook is set to report earnings after the bell. Will positive results push the stock over $100?
Trump's antics are getting traditional media attention, but here's the big problem that could be his undoing, says Joshua Spivak.
Zazzle, an e-commerce company that's stayed under the radar in hype-happy Silicon Valley, is finally divulging its numbers. And they're impressive.
Twitter's management doesn't get the wink and a nod game of earnings conference calls.
An outbreak of a bacteria that grows in warm water has left 31 sickened and two dead in New York City.
The market's fear indicator has dropped again. Is now the best time to buy protection?