U.S. oil producers proved remarkably resilient in the face of an OPEC policy aimed squarely at curtailing American output.
The Fed's Charles Evans said he favors a later interest rate hike and places more importance on the pace of increases.
Puerto Rico's governor unveiled an extraordinary fiscal measure in order to avoid defaulting on its debt.
Matt Hougan, president of ETF.com, shares his views on the energy market and how to play it.
You might want to check with your insurance agent before buying this season's dangerous holiday toys.
BioMarin Pharmaceutical's CEO is still optimistic about FDA approval of its Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug, drisapersen, despite FDA concerns
After the 2008 financial crisis, big banks made a big mistake. And now they're paying the price, says Dick Bove.
Car buyers in November cashed in on the powerful combination of low gas prices and cheap financing.
John Stumpf also said the economy will be largely dependent on external factors moving forward.
John Stumpf, chairman and CEO of Wells Fargo, discussed at length his views on the stock market and economy on Tuesday morning.
Did shrinking oil revenues force Russia to sell a prized fighter jet to China?
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of SolarCity after spotting unusual options activity.
OPEC is not expected to take any action this week to prop up oil prices, which have yet to hit rock bottom, according to a CNBC Oil Survey.
California's lucrative nut business is increasingly becoming a target of fraud rings, and a spike in thefts has led the industry and law enforcement to call an emergency summit.
This particular stock could be pointing to a recession in one sector, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Total online sales on Cyber Monday rose 16 percent from last year, to $3.07 billion.
The next US president will decide climate policy, not Paris negotiators, says Terry Tamminen. Here's how the candidates stack up on the issue.
RBC Capital Markets Internet Analyst Mark Mahaney explains why he is bullish on Google parent company Alphabet.
S&P cut Volkswagen's credit rating on Tuesday, shortly after the automaker reported sluggish U.S. sales for November.
The explosion was believed to have been caused by a power transformer, the Reuters report said, citing Turkey's Haberturk.