Shares of Yum Brands, the parent of Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut, plunged after it missed Wall Street's estimates.
Asness said "facing up" to returns that will be less than the historical norm is the "single largest factor out there we have to deal with."
A new survey finds that only 29 percent of people have $1,000 or more in a savings account.
Should Donald Trump's presidential run prove successful, Barry Diller is liable to do something desperate.
The nation's largest pharmacy benefit manager plans to control costs from new cholesterol drugs through discounts and restricting use.
Some claim the housing market is in a bubble far worse than the devastating one in 2006. Here's why.
Decades after one of the worst nuclear disasters in history, animals are spotted near Chernobyl. But other researchers are skeptical.
Expectations for Apple have fallen low enough that the tech giant could easily surprise Wall Street, one company watcher said.
Amtrak on Tuesday threatened to suspend some train service unless Congress extends a deadline for adding safety technology.
Scandals alleging "insider trading" in daily fantasy sports have worried some. Experts say information access is part of any game.
U.S. companies are saving some $620 billion by parking profits outside the country, according to a report Tuesday.
US oil closed at nearly a 3-week high after the US cut output forecasts and big producers signaled joint action to support the market.
The chief investment strategist of Wells Capital sounded the alarm that the market sell-off is not over in a note to clients Tuesday morning.
Chinese are now the top foreign buyers of domestic properties, according to the National Association of Realtors.
U.S. biotech shares extended their downward spiral on Tuesday as concerns about drug pricing continued to plague the sector.
CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss strength in oil, and what investors want to hear from ECB President Draghi.
Is there a way to improve the "sell in May and go away until November" strategy?
Top players can make huge cash in the booming but criticized daily fantasy sports industry, which is led by DraftKings and FanDuel.
There was a drop in the number of patients seen by doctors, who still had increased payments.
There may be a private tech bubble, but looking out over the long term, it is really just noise, Y Combinator President Sam Altman says.