A look under the hood shows that the U.S. is likely stuck in the same growth trap in which it has found itself since the Great Recession ended.
A normally red state, Arizona has emerged in 2016 as a presidential battleground.
Growing uncertainty is taming one of the stock market's biggest bulls.
The GOP candidate may not be too kind toward foreigners or immigrants, but a minority of Asian-Americans support him.
Donald Trump wired an additional $10 million to his campaign Friday.
Donald Trump barely made any progress in early October toward his goal of giving $100 million to his campaign.
Donald Trump is getting no help from econ data that show America is not doing as terribly as he would have us believe, Politico's Ben White says.
Here's why the same old lobbying and crony networks won't help Big Pharma protect its pricing schemes, says Jake Novak.
Trump is going against tradition in his campaign spending strategy, says Joshua Spivak. Here's how it might pay off.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee listed the stocks that will likely benefit or suffer the most from rising wage inflation.
Grant Cardone amassed a fortune thanks to this tip from his mom.
People hear Baltimore and think riots and shows like 'The Wire,' but the city is betting billions on good business.
It's not the Fed or any central bank. Or the dollar, the price of oil or a US president. The biggest market threat is the rise of populism.
AMD's chip in the MacBook Pro was built to ensure high performance while maintaining Mac's extremely thin shape, AMD CEO Lisa Su said.
An artificial intelligence system puts Republican nominee Donald Trump ahead of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the election race.
A better-than-expected GDP report Friday was boosted by a one-time surge in soybean exports that inflated the third quarter growth rate.
Last year the flu cost the economy billions of dollars. This season could be worse, since fewer people are opting for vaccinations.
Three-quarters of Americans think the economy is heading in the wrong direction, yet the majority of the country think their financial future is secure.
Exxon Mobil said it could write down billions of barrels of reserves as the company faces federal investigations into how it values them.