Active managers serve a powerful social function, according to a Bernstein strategist. But does that make active investors akin to philanthropists?
Tech executive Kobi Alexander will plead guilty to securities fraud 10 years after moving to Africa allegedly to avoid prosecution.
An email released Tuesday by Citizens United raised questions about a trip taken by Huma Abedin when she was at the State Department.
Shares of gold miners fell as gold dropped below its 50-day moving average, ahead of Yellen's highly anticipated Friday speech.
Platform is testing sound on its autoplay videos. Experts say it may turn users off since they aren't expecting to watch clips.
Buyout chatter and optimistic trial results boosted the biotechnology sector on Wednesday.
Traders are loving Pfizer more, according to data showing an increase in bullish mentions of the stock on Twitter.
Politicians—including Hillary Clinton—don’t get the “sharing economy” and a lot of policies are actually stifling growth, says Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
Trump has tried to draw parallels between his campaign, which has a strong nationalist message, and Britain's vote to leave the EU.
SolarCity executives buy millions in company bonds, putting them at cross purposes with shareholders, says one expert.
Tim Cook will hold a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, but the Apple CEO has proven bipartisan with his political cash.
It's not easy to get a mortgage, but a lot depends on where you live, according to the Urban Institute.
Ford Motor said on Wednesday it was recalling about 91,000 vehicles worldwide to replace faulty fuel-pump parts that could potentially cause a car to stall without warning.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocked a swath of central Italy, burying residents under rubble as they slept. NBCNews reports.
Investors have enjoyed a very favorable risk-reward relationship in U.S. stocks recently, but what will the future bring? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Erin Gibbs of S&P Global discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Mexico's peso currency has been unusually volatile and anti-Mexico, and protectionist talk during U.S. election season is blamed.
The three-month London Interbank Offered Rate — more commonly known as Libor — is around the highest level it's been since May 2009.
The 39 respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey now say by a 47-37 percent margin that the best outcome for the economy is if Clinton wins.
Should you buy long-term-care insurance? That's the question for workers nearing retirement. The cost of coverage and care is rising.