Donald Trump said Hillary Clinton did not get under his skin except "maybe" when she brought up accusations by a former Miss Universe.
Hours after trading barbs in the race's first one-on-one debate, Hillary Clinton appears to have put some distance between herself and Trump.
The presidential debate is over and both candidates have made their case to the American voter. Who do you think was the big winner?
U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs has lowered its forecast for the price of oil price.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Clinton appears to have edged out Trump in the first presidential debate, based on analysts' take on the market reaction.
Donald Trump tried to flip the "bad temperament" he's so often accused of on Hillary Clinton at the first debate. Did it work? Jake Novak weighs in.
Brands like Sam's Club and First Data with overlapping customers can now create co-marketing campaigns with targeting tools from Radius Group.
A rollover IRA lets you transfer retirement funds from prior 401(k)s into an investment plan with potential strategic advantages.
Europe has woken up to headlines dominated by the first televised debate between U.S. presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
NBC News and PolitiFact fact-checked the first presidential debate and these are the results.
Media pundits were underwhelmed, at best, by Donald Trump's debate performance against Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump yesterday set off an explosion on Twitter at the first presidential debate not by some outrageous remark, but by a bad case of the sniffles.
S&P Global's Sam Stovall tells clients of an investing strategy with returns better than the market at lower risk.
Shale gas from the U.S. arrived on the shores of the U.K. for the first time Tuesday, sparking a wider debate about the industry.
Trader Todd Gordon thinks gold is headed to break through its current range, and he plans to capitalize on the potential gain.
The nominee told himself, "I can't do it. I just can't do it. It's inappropriate. It's not nice."
Vancouver in Canada has been identified by Swiss bank UBS as the global financial center with the riskiest housing bubble.
The hedge fund firm founded by Richard Perry and Paul Leff in 1988, plans to wind down its main hedge funds.