The market looks set to break out to new highs. But there are still nagging doubts that could create a summer of uncertainty.
Outdated federal IT systems are being used to handle nuclear, taxpayer, prisoner and veterans' functions.
Brent oil futures climbed above $50 a barrel on Thursday for the first time in nearly seven months.
Walt Disney chief Iger shoots back at Sanders for attacking theme park and movie company over worker pay and conditions, The Wrap reports.
While much of the oil industry is bleeding from low prices and oversupply, one segment is getting a boost.
Mainland investors have often been referred to as "gamblers" or "cash hoarders." Authors of a new study beg to differ.
Looking for a great place to get started with a newly minted college degree? Think Pittsburgh. Or Indianapolis.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton violated federal rules through her use of a private email server. NBC reports.
The entrepreneur secretly financed a lawsuit to try to put the media company out of business, the New York Times reports.
Increased defaults in China's corporate bond market - generally viewed as a positive - could send investors running for the hills, analysts warned.
Gold now makes up almost 70 per cent of the country’ s total reserves, which fell to a low of $12.1 billion last week, the FT reports.
The recent surge in the S&P 500 could soon run out of steam, according to one trader.
Amazon.com's growing marketplace is attracting an increasing number of fraudsters who are stealing designs from other sites.
Four people were shot, one fatally, during a concert at Irving Plaza in Manhattan on Wednesday night, the police said, the New York Times reports.
Facebook was the top buy for hedge funds in the first quarter; Apple was the top sell.
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U.S. crude oil extended its strong run Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders picked the best ways to play the commodity's climb.
Jim Cramer says when there is this much bearish sentiment, investors have to go for these three groups — the most loathed stocks out there.
India has said Apple must meet a rule obliging foreign retailers to sell at least 30 percent locally-sourced goods.
Facebook's transition to mobile has become even more evident with the company shutting an ad platform for desktops.