Apple shares moved into correction territory, but BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk says it can shake off the dip.
President Obama unveiled his plan to tackle climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy stocks have seen months of declines, but they're still trading at a remarkably rich valuation.
Oil fell to its lowest in six months, knocked by fresh evidence of growing oversupply and data highlighting slowing demand in China.
Wall Street is delusional over China and missing the real message in plunging commodities, says Michael Pento.
Remodeling to stay in your home as you age may be easier (and cheaper) than you think. Which projects are popular, and how much they cost.
The so-called market fear gauge could be indicating more gains for stocks.
While recent data on the consumer have been less than encouraging, the market is sending a different signal, strategist Tom Lee says.
The proliferation of high-profile cyberattacks has led investors rushing to find start-ups building next-generation security software.
What's the state of the restaurant industry? It depends where you look.
Third Point's Dan Loeb crushed the market over the last 20 years—with a simple Buffett-like strategy.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Monday revised its outlook on the European Union to "negative" from "stable," citing Greece as a factor.
Oppenheimer's Ari Wald says the combination of narrowing breadth and seasonal weakness could set up for a stock market pullback.
The department store's shares fell nearly 8 percent after it issued a second-quarter performance update.
Car collectors will not be descending on Cuba to buy up the thousands of antique American cars still on the road in the Caribbean nation.
Twitter shares hit an intraday low on Monday amid lingering concerns about long-term user growth and profitability.
Utilities are trading at a 2-month high. Rich Ross, Evercore ISI, and Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global, discusses investor sentiment.
When Dan Price said he would set a minimum salary of $70K for his 120 employees, he didn’t foresee the turmoil it would cause, NYT reports.
Isaiah Kacyvenski has transformed from gridiron competitor to entrepreneur at the forefront of science and technology.
New smartphone apps are making trucking more convenient and profitable, but serious safety concerns remain an issue.