Both Tesla Motors and SolarCity shares gave up their gains after Tesla announced new versions of its Model S and Model X.
Most people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money to the Clinton Foundation.
A slowdown in business investment could be a sign of recession ahead, according to economists at Credit Suisse.
In a year that has had little good news for hedge funds comes one positive tidbit: holdings of stocks outside the large-cap space have done well.
It's no secret that America's rich are getting richer. But there's another, more obscure trend driving income inequality in the U.S.
For the first time since the recession, home size is shrinking. Median single-family square floor area has fallen by 73 feet.
Billionaire Mark Cuban has picked another fight on Twitter, this time with former General Electric CEO Jack Welch.
A judge in California dismissed a case that accused Starbucks of under-filling its iced drinks.
30 years of trading has taught Lee Bohl some key lessons.
Toll Brothers CEO Doug Yearley discussed on CNBC the homebuilder's better-than-expected earnings report and the state of the housing market.
Homebuilding stocks are surging, and market experts believe that investors should give them another look.
Trade Desk's ad technology is serving a host of Senate Republicans trying to keep their seats. The company is also headed for an IPO.
"The 4-hour Workweek" author says that even the most accomplished people have flaws, insecurities and fears.
Best Buy is finding a way to survive Amazon.com's competition, according to Breakingviews.
As two significant chart patterns come to a head, Apple looks primed to either tank or soar.
If changes aren't made, the euro zone could suffer a break-up, economist Joseph Stiglitz says.
McDonald's recalls toys in kids' Happy Meals.
The furniture maker said it saw its quarterly same-store sales decline by 1.9 percent.
Jeremy Shuler, who started classes at Cornell this week, could become the Ivy League school's youngest graduate.